Featured by Shawne Wickham, The New Hampshire Union Leader
‘This is what I signed up for’—Navy combat nurse ready to treat the hell out of patients aboard hospital ship Comfort
Capt. Lynne Blankenbeker has treated troops in combat zones since 1990. Now she's heading to New York City to help fight the coronavirus pandemic.
A veterans group is fighting to keep a Bible at the oldest continuing POW-MIA vigil in the country
The Northeast POW/MIA Network is seeking intervenor status in the case, filed by a veteran against the V.A. Medical Center in U.S. District Court, that claims the presence of the Bible in the display is unconstitutional
This 100-year-old vet escaped a Nazi prison camp. Now he’s at the center of a lawsuit over a Bible at his local VA
Herman "Herk" Streitburger was on his final bombing mission and due to go home when his plane was hit by German fighters over Hungary in 1944. He was captured and held as a prisoner of war, enduring starvation, forced marches and a harrowing escape
Thousands of bikers ride in honor of seven Marine motorcycle club members killed in June
"This was so horrific. Let's counter it with something equally as loving, caring and respectful."