In Thousand Oaks, California, a bar’s “College Country Night” turned into carnage as a gunman opened fire on revelers. Frantic patrons used bar stools to smash windows and escape, but 12 people were killed before the shooter apparently turned the…
Many women who served in the military decades ago were victims of sexual assaults but often felt compelled to keep quiet.
By Anna Casey, Kaiser Health News
Lucy Coffey, the oldest living female veteran, died earlier this week at the age of 108. In 1943, the Indiana native enlisted in the Women's Auxiliary Army Corps, and later, she served in the Pacific Theater, earning two bronze stars…
By PBS NewsHour
The new Congress has the fewest military veterans since World War II, but recent veterans from the Iraq and Afghanistan wars are on the rise. What priorities do they bring to Capitol Hill? Judy Woodruff talks to Rep. Martha McSally,…
By PBS NewsHour
By WTVS, Detroit Public Television
Jennifer Karady is a photographer who works with veterans to create what she calls "staged narrative photographs" about the psychological effects of war. Watch a Detroit Public Television report.
By Lorna Baldwin
A day before the anniversary of D-Day, 89-year-old Jock Hutton recreated the parachute jump he made into a field in Normandy 70 years ago.
Chronic tinnitus affects millions of Americans, and is the most widely reported disability among veterans. New research reveals the roots of the disease lie deep within the brain, and experimental therapies are providing hope for a cure.
WWII Veteran Marvin Murphy Tells His Story…
Chris Kyle, Among Deadliest American Military Snipers, Shot by Fellow Veteran…
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