University Of Memphis Now Tuition Free For Families Of Fallen SoldiersThe University of Memphis is making tuition free for the children and spouses of United States soldiers who died in the line of duty.
Man Sets Out To Mow Lawns In 50 States For People In NeedThe founder of Raising Men Lawn Care Service started mowing lawns for those in need three years ago after seeing a neighbor in Alabama struggling to cut his grass.
Army Doctors Transplant New Ear From Soldier's ArmAn Army soldier who lost her ear has received a revolutionary transplant which saw doctors grow a brand new ear on the patient's own arm.
Injured Veteran Receives First Total Penis, Scrotum TransplantThe Johns Hopkins reconstructive surgery team has successfully performed the first total penis and scrotum transplant in the world.
Nurses Caught Laughing At Dying Veteran Charged With MurderThree people at an elder care facility in Georgia are facing criminal charges, including felony murder, after being caught on a hidden camera neglecting a dying veteran's cries for help.
Homeowner's Group Tells Veteran He Can't Fly U.S., Marine FlagsThe veteran and his wife are claiming that the local HOA in Rosenberg told the couple their U.S. and Marine Corps flags have to come down due to HOA rules.
Serving Those Who Served: Veterans Get Mentorship Training In NE PhillyVeterans who have struggled since returning from the battlefield don't have to look far for a helping hand.
Treatment Vs. Jail: New Program In NJ Helps Veterans Afflicted With Mental IllnessIt's called the Veteran Diversion Program.
Delaware Restaurant Responds After Woman’s Rant Over Veteran’s Service DogA Delaware restaurant is speaking out after video shows a woman ranting about a veteran’s service dog inside a restaurant.
New Bill Would Help More Veterans Exposed To Agent OrangeCongressman Tom MacArthur announced a bill to help more veterans who served along the Korean Demilitarized Zone on Tuesday at the American Legion Post in Pemberton.
Army Veteran's Dying Wish Is To Hear From YouArmy Veteran Lee Hernandez served in Iraq and has a terminal illness that's left him blind and in pain. He has just one dying wish: to talk.