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Lance Corporal Tia Dufour/ U.S...These Medal of Honor winners are scheduled to participate in the Veterans Day Parade. Here are the stories of the astonishing bravery that won them the nation's highest military honor. *** Paul Bucha, 70 Bucha guided
MacLean stepping off that plane Wednesday at O'Hare, he might drape his arm around his wife of 50 years, walk into a welcome from their grown children and a gaggle of grandkids, and hug his twin sister, Donna. Instead, Donna Mitchell holds her hand
The sun shined down on Celebrate Hoover Day at Veterans Park today, providing a pleasant backdrop for the city's annual festival. Organizers estimated that nearly 10,000 people showed up for the event, which is close to the usual crowd...Erin
Brock Vazquez could have signed up for four more years anywhere, but he said he wanted to make his re-enlistment memorable. N.J. -- A couple of days after Superstorm Sandy washed away their childhood home here, Army Spc. Brock Vazquez and his
Torrance has erected a second set of 10 banners recognizing the military service of city residents. The banners, which cost $220 and are paid for by relatives, friends or sponsors, are hanging from streetlight poles in front of City Hall on Torrance
Colo. (AP) — With a growing demand for ways to treat the psychological damage of war, one Army pilot project is offering therapy for post-traumatic stress disorder by encouraging soldiers to take control of their own stories in a filmmaking class
when we see men and women in uniform at the airport, when we accept a paper poppy from a veteran at the supermarket, when we sit next to a member of the military at a ballgame...We say it, but then most of us go back to the rest of our lives.
Thomas Kent Fogarty, 30, died when his vehicle was struck by an improvised explosive device just a month after his deployment. Three other soldiers were wounded in the May 6 attack. "I feel so sad for his family," said Margie Sherratt, a former
Of all the speakers at Saturday's memorial stone dedication at Red Rock Canyon, Marcy Cote perhaps said it best. She stood up before 300 veterans, friends and family members of the fallen and told a story about her son, Budd, before he left for Iraq.
Somewhere between the bellowing politicians, screaming car salesmen and unending ads for prescription drugs, there was a news story about Dec...Coverage of the war's end lasted about as long as a Fourth of July sparkler. Network television news