United States Military Veterans

Police bodycam of homeless Army vet’s controversial arrest released

An attorney assisting the veteran hopes the release of the bodycam will push Gastonia police to take accountability for the incident.

What are navy burn pits? And why are veterans frightened about them?

The fires used in combat zones to dispose of waste may have caused serious illnesses in hundreds of thousands of U.S. service members.

Navajo Code Talker Samuel Sandoval dies

Hundreds of Navajos were recruited from the vast Navajo Nation to serve as Code Talkers with the U.S. Marine Corps. Only three are still alive today.

Coast Guard veteran held with out bail in ID theft thriller

Walter Glenn Primrose and his wife have been charged with stealing identities of two dead children.

Marine vet’s prisoner swap must be quiet, Russia says

Washington offered Russia a deal that would bring home Marine veteran Paul Whelan and WNBA player Brittney Griner.

102-year-old WWII veteran from segregated mail unit honored

Romay Davis is being honored for her service with the 6888th Central Postal Directory Battalion, which got mail to U.S. troops in Europe during the war.

Marine veteran grows new enterprise with microgreens

Veteran Ian Young said being in the Marines helped him develop the “self-management” he needed to run his own business full-time.

‘Lengthy 3 years’: Trial to begin in deaths of seven ‘Jarhead’ motorcyclists

The Jarheads Motorcycle Club is made up of Marine Corps veterans and their spouses.

Marine veteran’s e book tells his story of being held hostage in Yemen

The author credits his Marine Corps service with helping him stay focused and survive his hostage ordeal.

VA overhauls affected person wait time web site, however not insurance policies on different medical choices

The data is designed to help veterans see which VA facilities near them have medical appointment opneings.

Congress salutes Marine veteran, the final WW2 Medal of Honor recipient

Only six other private citizens have received the honor: civil rights icon Rosa Parks, the Rev. Billy Graham and four Capitol police officers.

Army veteran held in Ukraine speaks to mother by telephone

Relatives say Lois “Bunny” Drueke spoke to her son Alexander Drueke, one of two Alabama veterans captured earlier this month in Ukraine, via telephone.
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