veterans

'Women Veterans Appreciation Day' Could Be June 12 If Resolution Passes Congress

A woman veteran in Congress is again pushing to create a national day of recognition for women who have served their country in the Armed Forces and National Guard. Read more now.
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Who Needs a Cookout? 12 Food Deals and Freebies for Memorial Day 2020

Many restaurants are showing their appreciation for the military with deals for vets, as well as some for everyone to partake in over the long weekend.
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These Centenarian Veteran Sisters Are Using Technology to Stay in Touch Amid COVID-19

At 105 years old, Meta Monteleon is the nation’s oldest Army nurse veteran. And she’s not letting something like the COVID-19 pandemic stop her from talking to her 100-year-old sister, Virginia Dupree Phillips. Read more.
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Meet the World War II Veterans Who Will Participate in the Super Bowl LIV Coin Toss

Four World War II veterans will once again be part of history on Sunday. Army Staff Sgt. Odon S. Cardenas, First Lt. Samuel Lombardo, Brig. Gen. Charles McGee, and Cpl. Sidney Walton will participate in the coin toss at Super Bowl LIV before the Kansas City Chiefs square off against the San...
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LISTEN: Veterans Share Challenges of Civilian Life on 'To War & Back'

On the fifth episode of “To War and Back,” three veterans continue telling their stories of the challenges of retuning to civilian life. Army veteran Boone Cutler recalls struggling to return to a normal, post-war life, while Marine Corps veteran Kirstie Ennis finds a new source of strength. The...
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Combat Veterans Share Stories of Returning Home on 'To War and Back'

By Jacquie Cadorette Combat veterans Kirstie Ennis, Scott Huesing, and Boone Cutler are sharing their traumatic war experiences that shape these vets in the first episode of RADIO.COM's "To War and Back" podcast. The episode begins by telling the story of Ennis, a helicopter door gunner in the...
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