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Journalist reunites with his Marine ‘Red Dragons’ from the Iraq War
FOX News journalist Griff Jenkins remembers the invasion of Iraq like it was yesterday because he was on the ground for it.
A guide to Gold Star Mother’s Day
Each year, events, observances, and meetings are held around the country for Gold Star Mothers and their families.
Face the Fight gains momentum in battle to end vet suicide
A USAA-led initiative, with founding partners the Humana Foundation and Reach Resilience, gains steam to increase awareness of national crisis.
Amsterdam is the most fun you can have watching a film about veterans
Amsterdam is a wonderfully acted, filmed and paced movie that will keep your eyes on the screen and tug at the strings of your heart.
Mobile medical units providing health care to homeless vets
In addition to the challenges of being homeless, homeless veterans struggle to receive healthcare that they may be entitled to through the VA.
Music does not get the recognition it deserves for helping veterans cope with PTSD
Even outside of music therapy, music helps increase our overall well-being. Vet Tix can help get you there.
Why we celebrate Purple Heart Day on August 7
On August 7th, we celebrate Purple Heart Day. Today America recognizes the brave men and women wounded or killed while serving.
Non-profit SCUBA certifies veterans and their dive buddies
If you’ve ever thought about SCUBA diving, check out The WAVES Project and explore the incredible wonders the ocean has to offer!
MOH Monday: Sergeant First Class Jared Monti
Sergeant First Class Jared Monti was a member of the United States Army. He earned a Medal of Honor for courageous actions.
Medal of Honor Monday: Corporal Dakota Meyer
Corporal Dakota Meyer is a former U.S. Marine. He received a Medal of Honor for his service in Afghanistan during the War on Terrorism.
What is the Tragedy Assistance Program?
The Tragedy Assistance Program (TAPs) has assisted the survivors of the fallen since 1994.
MoH Monday: Master Sergeant Matthew Williams
Master Sergeant Matthew Williams is a member of the United States Army and a recipient of the Armed Forces’ prestigious Medal of Honor.
MoH Monday: SSgt David Bellavia
The prestigious Medal of Honor was awarded to David Bellavia, a retired Staff Sergeant of the United States Army, in 2019.
Everything you should know about Armed Forces Week
Armed Forces Week (AFW) is everywhere right now. That’s because it’s one of the most vital weeks of military celebrations in America.
How you can run up the famed Currahee Mountain from ‘Band of Brothers’
“Three miles up, three miles down,” became synonymous with Currahee Mountain and Band of Brothers. The trail is now accessible for visitors.
Watch this WWII Marine training video before your next club or knife fight
There are few organizations that more expected to end up in a hand-to-hand or knife fight than the U.S. Marine…