American Legion National Commander Says Goodbye"Our organization doesn't just look out for its members," he said. "We stand for all veterans, and their families, and for our country."
Patriot Guard Riders offer final respects to fallen USS Fitzgerald sailor“These guys all feel the need to make sure that we honor our vets, and that’s why we’re here,” says ride captain Michael Bu
Veteran charity ride gets disabled vets back on the roadThis year, more than 20 veterans made the journey of over 1,300 miles to attend the rally.
Steady paycheck, sense of trust makes vets attractive scam targetsVeterans are highly susceptible to these types of scams.
Amazon is stepping up to help hire critically wounded, injured, or ill veteransAmazon has a history of trying to hire veterans and military members. In 2016, they made a “Joining Forces” pledge to hire 25,000 veterans and spouses.
Disabled American veterans fight for post-9/11 caregiver benefitsWhile serving in the U.S. Coast Guard, Alexis Courneen was struck by a crane carrying a buoy that left her with a traumatic brain injury, leaving her entirely reliant on her husband and caregiver, Jason.
9 years, 5,000 miles and 29 pairs of shoes: How one woman is helping homeless vetsNine years ago, Kim Denmark had an epiphany: she was going to walk across America to bring attention to poor and homeless people, especially veterans.
Meet the Army vet who is fighting to end female veteran homelessnessFemale veterans are the highest growing homeless population in America.
Working with -- not for -- veterans to get help they needWhen I first got out of the U.S. Army, I thought I had a perfect plan.
Meet Jake Hughes“Knowing that I am going to help veterans get the help they need – and I am going to help them become aware of all the things they have available to them. It’s an amazing feeling.”