Protecting the military’s most sensitive information begins in the most unusual of places.
Veterans Day is when we remember and honor those who bravely fought for and defended our freedom. The following organizations are showing their thanks by offering “freebies” for active and non-active military members.
On November 11th, we’ll celebrate Veterans Day, a tribute to the men and women who served in the armed forces during times of both conflict and peace.
Sister Nancy DeCeasare Ph.D., associate professor of Human Services as Chestnut Hill College, says the specialized training session was geared towards mental health professionals.
The man accused of getting inside the White House after scaling a fence is a veteran who was awarded a medal for his service in Iraq and retired due to disability, the Army said Sunday.
A C-17 cargo plane carrying the body of 55-year-old Maj. Gen. Harold Greene landed Thursday morning at Dover, home to the nation’s largest military mortuary.
The Hiring Our Heroes Job Fair for Veterans is taking place at the Susquehanna Bank Center on Wednesday.
An effort is under way to give military families a helping hand this holiday season, particularly those with a deployed loved one.
David’s Bridal, the nation’s leading bridal and special occasion retailer, is offering active and former service members 20 percent off bridal gowns beginning on Veterans Day and running through Friday, November 15th.
Looking for something special to do to celebrate Veteran’s Day? Honor America’s servicemen and women at these special events.
Operation Gratitude is a non-profit that gives Americans a way to say “thank you” to the military men and women fighting over seas.
The Seattle-based coffee company says it will develop a system dedicated to matching the skills of veterans and military spouses with jobs throughout its organization.
A project of the Camden County Freeholder Board and the Camden County Animal Shelter, the new program is open to all active military, reservists or veterans who provide valid military ID.
Verna Ingram did two tours in Iraq with the Army and when he left the military he struggled with depression.
A new Gallup poll released on Thursday shows that just 10% of Americans have faith in the United States Congress.