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A D-Day veteran faced an unattended burial. 500 strangers showed up to honor his service
D-Day veteran James McCue died a hero. About 500 strangers made sure of it
3 World War II veterans attended the State of the Union. Here are their incredible stories
Those three tough, 90-something World War II veterans sitting directly behind first lady Melania Trump at the State of the Union address Tuesday night embodied the spirit of commitment to...
An American Flag That Led US Troops To Normandy On D-Day Is Finally Coming Home After 75 Years
A rare D-Day flag that flew on a U.S. Navy ship leading the allied advance at the beaches of Normandy nearly 75 years ago will be returned to America after...
74 Years Ago, Audie Murphy Earned His Medal Of Honor With Nothing But A Burning Tank Destroyer’s .50 Cal And Insane Bravery
On January 26, 1945, the most decorated U.S. service member of World War II earned his legacy in a fiery fashion
France Bestows Its Highest Honor On 3 American WWII Veterans
"Without these three gentleman here today, the French flag — that was flying in St. Louis in the early 19th century — would not be flying here today"
Hundreds Of Strangers Attend Funerals For Veterans Who Died Alone
Your heart-warming story of the day.
The Army Vet Who Nearly Gutted His Own Platoon Leader For Cowardice During WWII
Army veteran Milton Miller says he has never forgotten an act of cowardice by his platoon leader during the Battle of Anzio
She Was Worried ‘Nobody’ Would Come To World War II Vet’s Memorial Service. Hundreds Of Strangers Did
Candice Easton was worried that no one would come to her father's memorial service. Hundreds did.