USMC vet and country star Stephen Cochran is done pretending to be someone he's notStephen Cochran tried being what the record industry wanted him to be, now he's being true to himself and focusing on veterans issues.
Developing: Here's everything we know about the San Antonio mass shooterThe man who burst into the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, and killed 26 people on Sunday was an Air Force veteran.
Veterans Community Showcase: The many sides of George StoeckerGeorge Stoecker was already a Navy veteran when he was drafted for the Vietnam War. Now, here are his reflections on a life full of stories.
Taking advantage of being a veteranThere are some really great perks waiting for you!
Ken Burns and Lynn Novick search for understanding in 'The Vietnam War'A new documentary, "The Vietnam War," a film by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick searches for reconciliation following decades of pain.
Believe it or not, 30 days to a VA disability decision!Veterans Affairs is now promising a new way to receive an answer for disability claims.
War hero eyes serving in CongressThis Air Force pilot is a hero to women all over: she helped get the ground combat exclusion policy changed. Now she's eyeing bigger changes: Congress.
This retired Navy Chief went from rocking the anchors to rocking the stageWhen Jeremy Siegrist retired from the Navy he couldn't play guitar and had never written a song. Now? He fronts an award-winning band,
HillVets trade suits for work boots as they battle mold in Harvey-ravaged HoustonThe DC-based veteran advocacy group HillVets, usually seen in the halls of Congress, are currently fighting to save Harvey-ravaged homes in Texas.
"I feel like I do everything": Caring for caregiversCaregivers for wounded veterans deserve massive respect- and more importantly, they deserve help.
Tell your Army story at the future National Army MuseumThere is a way to become a permanent part of the upcoming National Museum of the United States Army.
If these hulls could talk: Accounts from Vietnam-bound soldiersThanks to the Vietnam Graffiti Project we know exactly what some 5,000 troops felt along their journey to Vietnam aboard the 608-foot-long U.S.N.S. General Nelson M. Walker.