Anthony Van Luton poses for a portrait outside of his home in West Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on Tuesday, September 1, 2020. Luton is a Vietnam War veteran, and he's working on a degree in Behavior Health Counseling from Drexel University. Luton hopes to get a Masters degree after graduating and work with veterans.

An Air Force veteran in recovery is using his home to help struggling vets find peace and sanctuary

Air Force veteran Anthony Luton has seen a lot of things in life, good and bad. Now he wants to use his experience to help others like him

Ed Maldonado

A life in service: from the Marine Corps to DuPont with Ed Maldonado

When the Twin Towers came down, lives changed around the world. For Ed Maldonado, only a sophomore in high school, it was a pivotal moment that affected the trajectory of his life. From the war in Iraq to his work at DuPont, Maldonado has spent his life in service. It has shaped his person and defined his path to success and fulfillment


‘Take what’s inside and get it outside’ — Air Force psychologist reminds airmen of mental health resources

"For whatever reason, it's too hard to mutter the words, 'I need help.' We provide a lot of different mechanisms to do that."


Walmart to take veteran hiring programs to the next level

Brynt Parmeter spent almost 27 years in the Army, including time at West Point. After nearly six years in the private sector in Silicon Valley, he was named Walmart's new Senior Director of Military Programs in October, and he has big shoes to fill


Navy Russian linguist finds her fit at Republic Services

Hard-working high school student Amy Tregre was expected to go to college. Instead, she joined the Navy in 1999, enlisting as a cryptologic technician interpretive, to learn a language, see the world and fund her eventual higher education