Left Hand Brewing Company today announced it has signed on with the national nonprofit Soldiers’ Angels to brew a custom recipe, Homefront IPA™, to raise funds to support U.S. service members, veterans, and their families.
Veterans from across Chester County united in solidarity with locals at City Hall on Monday.
On March 28, we recognized veterans and the sacrifices they made for our country.
About two years ago, members of the Hattiesburg Disabled American Veterans Chapter No. 62 were working to put together a master list of all the organizations that could help veterans in the Hub City with issues like homelessness, food insecurity and mental health.
A group of American Special Operations veterans and medical professionals are on the ground in Ukraine, training Ukrainian forces, doctors and civilians in how to address a range of medicine and surgery issues, from treating front-line combat injuries to advanced trauma surgery interventions.
As Patricia Finley played taps on her bugle, some veterans fought back tears.
Veterans of the Vietnam War and their supporters gathered to mark Vietnam Veterans Memorial Day with a ceremony on Friday, with attendees acknowledging that veterans of Vietnam have had to struggle against a harsher reception at home than veterans of other conflicts.
I am old enough to recall the anti-Vietnam War takeover of Central Michigan University’s ROTC building.
Just now, Bill Mulcrevy dug in. The 23 members of Mike Company, 3rd Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment (3/5) - friends Jim Johnson and Navy Corpsman Gregory Williams - formed the first waves of Operation Hastings, a multinational operation that was to force the PAVN 90th Regiment back across the DMZ and prevent it from taking over Quang Tri Province.
The White House is pushing for an 11% increase in VA's budget for 2023, which will cover rising medical expenses, expand the caregiver program, and get VA some capital improvement projects.
U.S. Department of Education warns student loan borrowers about predatory lending practices hitting veterans. Below is a summary of this week's news and how it may affect your student loans.
The Pentagon annual budget request unveiled Monday calls for a 4.6% pay hike for troops and civilians, significantly higher than the 2.7% increase in 2022 but still well below inflation.
Gas prices are affecting people in different ways. For some veterans who rely on assistance, getting to and from appointments can be tricky. There’s an organization in San Antonio that is helping get people where they need to go.
Capt. Donna Rowe had to make a decision.
The annual National Disabled Veterans Winter Sports Clinic is back in action this week with a full slate of adaptive sports like alpine skiing, cross-country skiing, sled hockey and curling in Snowmass Village and beyond. An opening ceremony kicked the event off Sunday evening in Base Village; the clinic wraps up Friday.
For some Southern Nevada combat veterans with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is much closer than it appears on television.
A new program partnering with Austin Peay State University wants to help women veterans focus on education after retirement. It's targeting women veterans in and around Montgomery County.
Many days are reserved yearlong to recognize our veterans. March brings many of them.
Let’s take some time to honor our veterans.
Scott County will soon honor Vietnam War-era veterans with its newly named Vietnam War Veterans Day on Tuesday.