In Combat, There Isn’t Always A Choice Between Right And Wrong
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Wood spoke with Task & Purpose about moral injury, combat as a coming-of-age experience, and how we can begin to heal after 15 years of war.
Civilians Need To Get As Engaged In Their Communities As Veterans
When our veterans return to civilian life, their mission of service doesn’t end, but civilians need to do more to follow their lead.
What I Learned During My 3-Year Recovery At Walter Reed
Marine veteran and Medal of Honor recipient Kyle Carpenter reflects on the need for hope, humility, and thankfulness.
Veteran-Owned Businesses Can And Should Be A Force For Good
Here are four reasons why veteran-owned businesses should think about joining the B Corp movement.
Charity Puts Veterans On The Street To Ask For Money
While some money the charity collects goes to veteran grants, most of the millions pay for its veteran’s work program, which puts veterans on the streets to collect money.
The 22 Pushups Challenge Isn’t Actually Helping Anyone
The 22 Pushups Challenges isn’t the solution veterans need. Carl Forsling explains why.
How A Kid Spent 5 Years Raising Money For Families Of Fallen Special Operators
Will Thomas spent the last five years raising $500,000 for the families of fallen special operations forces. He’s only 17.
Marcus Luttrell Has A Twin Brother And He’s A Neuroscientist
And he was a Navy SEAL who deployed nine times to Iraq and Afghanistan over 10 years.
How 2 Strangers — A Sailor And A Nurse — Teamed Up To Stop A Bridge Suicide
It took a social media forum to reunite them hours later.
What’s Really Going On With Veteran Employment?
Veteran unemployment is on the decline, but it’s still difficult to know how veterans are doing in the economy long term.