'It's more than a brand:' Why these 11 veterans chose Harley-DavidsonIt's no secret many veterans love Harley-Davidson, but WHY do they choose H-D? We asked them and their answers might surprise you!
Corpsmen and Navy moms sound off on Jacksonville maternity ward scandalActive and former Navy Hospital Corpsmen, plus moms who gave birth in Navy hospitals, gave us their takes on the social media snafu.
AMVETS has a new National Commander and he means businessAfter serving over 20 years in the Coast Guard and another few decades as an AMVETS member and local official, Marion Polk says he is not at all intimidated for the job that awaits him in D.C.
Harley-Davidson helps military personnel get a handle on their deploymentAs part of their "Operation: Personal Freedom" Harley-Davidson offers free motorcycle storage to all vets during their deployments.
Renowned sculptor's WW1 memorial is coming to DC and it's epic
Harvey destroyed a small Texas town and Grunt Style is helping rebuild itWhen the Grunt Style hurricane recovery team was brought to Woodsboro, Tx. after a chance meeting with a fellow veteran, their mission changed immediately.
"Life is not better without you." John Preston is using music to fight the vet suicide epidemicMarine Corps vet John Preston lost his brother, also a Marine, to suicide. He doesn't want any more families to go through that pain.
John Burk is too busy building a social media empire to worry about his 'vetflake' detractorsJohn Burk doesn't have time for the trolls– whether you like him or not, this former drill sergeant is taking the internet by storm.
Having trouble finding work? Hire Heroes USA wants to helpA Marine Corps and UFC vet leads the team at Hire Heroes USA as they work to find vets the right job for them.
Here's why vets make good investors, according to NovaPoint Capital's founderJoe Sroka, a West Point graduate and the founder of NovaPoint Capital, told us why veterans have what it takes to be great investors.
At sea, the ship comes before the sailorAny sailor can tell you that if it comes down to saving sailors or the ship, the correct choice—while gut-wrenching—is very clear.
This Marine is helping vets one bottle at a timeHe was a Marine, then a tire salesman. Now he's making noise in the liquor industry, and helping vets with every sale.