Bud Pater is a man who, by his own admission, "wanted to do everything" in life. As a boy, he supported his family during the Great Depression. He worked on the planes that defeated Hitler and the Nazis in Europe. He sold Harleys. And so much more. But don't ask him the secret to longevity. To that question he replies "I don't know."
"I can visit with them," one veteran said of an Afghan family. "(But) if I were to give them any clothing or any money or any food, I could be arrested."
Travis Horr served a tour in Afghanistan in 2010 to 2011, he reflects on his time there and what the impact the withdrawal and the chaotic scenes emerging from Kabul will be for veterans. Horr has since dedicated his life to veteran's issues; he is the Director of Government Affairs at Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA). Mark Almond, Director of the Crisis Research Institute at Oxford University, explains that the writing was on the wall about the Afghan army.
Kanye West has finally released his hotly-anticipated album, 'Donda, featuring Jay-Z in the place on DaBaby on 'Jail' on streaming services.
Joanna Lumley has called on the government to engage with the "brave and loyal" soldiers from Nepal.
The wide-ranging songs on "The Last Thing We Ever Do" are drawn from first-hand accounts of Vietnam veterans, many of them living in Madison and Milwaukee.
“The Last Thing We Ever Do,” which releases Aug. 8, specifically focuses on tales from veterans who served in the Vietnam War.
Rap star Cardi B was just 12 when she witnessed an army veteran being assaulted.
After being closed to the public for more than a year because of the pandemic, the museum reopened to the public July 1.
Four former employees of color who spoke to the Cap Times say despite rhetoric in state government emphasizing diversity initiatives, they felt marginalized, micromanaged and condescended to while working at the veterans agency.
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This holiday weekend will feel something closer to Memorial Days of old, as COVID-19 restrictions are fully lifted in many places.
"Paine, Cadwell and the wisest of their comrades understood that they did not fight for their freedom alone."
As the coronavirus pandemic played out, veterans who were already lacking adequate benefits and resources found themselves in deeper trouble.
A Wisconsin Dells man became the 18th veteran to receive a motorcycle from a Wisconsin organization that gifts motorcycles to veterans to help them cope with mental and physical wounds from their time in active duty.
An Asian American veteran whose video exchange during a public meeting went viral after he bared his chest to reveal scars he got while servin…
Committee Chair Lois Levenhagen said the groups are closely watching health guidelines, but are moving forward with plans for a full public service May 29 to honor those who preserve the country’s freedom.
"Maybe it’s time for those of us who take pride in our ancestors’ sacrifices to organize and make it clear we’ll have no more of the acts that disgrace the legacy of these men and their deeds."
The wife of a Marine who died after contracting COVID at the Veterans Home at Union Grove says that the Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs omitted mentioning her husband's death when confirming a second outbreak at its nursing home.
The family of an Army veteran alleges it was negligence that led to the death of Vance Perry, 57, who died nearly three years ago when he wandered away from the Veterans Hospital in frigid weather.