Retired Col. Charles McGee will turn 100 years old on Saturday and while the years may have slowed him down some, they haven't dimmed the memories of his 30-year service to his country as a Tuskegee Airman who paved the way for generations to come.
Army veteran Jeremy Sutliff is on a new mission.
BD Kennels in Lake Wales donates retired dogs to veterans suffering from PTSD.
An 8-year-old Maryland boy offers homeless veterans a helping hand with "hero bags" he fills with clothes, hygiene products and bedding.
A Lawrenceville couple is looking to reunite a Marine Corps ring with its rightful owner.
James Bamberg served in Vietnam 48 years ago. Today, the East Point, Georgia veteran is facing a new battle. He's been diagnosed with prostate cancer and type 1 diabetes, two conditions the Veterans Administration has linked to the Agent Orange, an herbicide mixture widely used during the Vietnam War.
Keith Brown was exposed to agent orange for years, but after being diagnosed with cancer years later, the VA said it wasn't related to the toxin and denied his benefits. Their correction was too late.
One of the region’s largest Veterans Day ceremonies was held in St. Petersburg at the Bay Pines V.A. Medical Center.
Operation Reveille provides an apartment for homeless veterans. Using federal dollars, the initiative is providing housing for 25 homeless vets in Hillsborough County.
A father who served at Pearl Harbor seems to have reached through time to make a special connection with his son in Pinellas County. The story spans an ocean and nearly 80 years.
Dr. Carlos Garcia made a career of serving others. After serving in the marines, he became a psychologist and opened his own practice with the help of Action Zone.
Deputies in Alabama pitched in last week to help a veteran with a disability get to an appointment with a doctor who was nearly 100 miles away, officials said.
Hillsborough County Judge Michael Scionti said it best: recovery begins for Veterans Treatment Court graduates after they leave the courtroom.
They were given earplugs to protect their hearing during military training and combat. Now, hundreds of veterans across the country are suing the Minnesota-based company 3M, claiming that defective earplugs led to permanent hearing damage.
A New Mexico veteran who served with the Marines in Vietnam said a final goodbye last week to the beloved dog he had to put up for adoption when he entered hospice care.