No one knows how or when exactly, but The Duke survived a Soviet hit squad when Joseph Stalin labeled him the biggest threat to global Communism.
Buy a few beers or earn their trust by shouting "O-H," and the locals may tell you about the alien bodies, ghosts, and secret tunnels the Air Force hides.
The 70s fad didn't make its debut on a famous red carpet or in an elegant fashion show — it's the invention of the U.S. Navy. And it's awesome.
If a Corpsman or combat medic treats an enemy patient and discovers some new information, everyone needs to know — this info could save lives.
Irreverent Warriors put on an event with one goal: to let veterans know they are not alone, that help is available, and that suicide is not the answer.
If you struggled with mental health care as a veteran, the VA wants to hear your story. Make the Connection starts in LA, but will be elsewhere soon.
To prepare medical professionals for bloody working conditions overseas, many troops are sent through controversial live-tissue training courses stateside.
Patriot Boot Camp welcomes 50 veteran and mil-spouse entrepreneurs from around the country and offers an intense business training experience.
Objective Zero is comprised of unpaid volunteers and uses the latest tech and a crowd-sourced model to deliver services on a massive scale.
Salvatore DeFranco and his wife Dana opened Battle Grounds Coffee as a way to give back to the community and support veterans through various initiatives.
For the USS Intrepid's 75th Anniversary, the Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space Museum is calling back all its former crew members for a special reunion.
Even 18 months after his retirement, my spouse does things in our daily lives that are completely foreign to my friends married to “civilians.”
Operation Iraqi Freedom pilot Kim Campbell "Killer Chick" heroically brings combat-busted A-10 Warthog home safely during the Battle of Baghdad.