How one Florida veteran coping with tinnitus is helping other veterans
Take a walk out to 73-year-old Sal Gentile’s backyard and you’ll hear the wind gently rustling. It’s music to his ears.
Fox's NFL pregame will do Veterans Day show from Qatar
Fox's NFL pregame show is going international for the first time in 13 years for the annual Veterans Day show.
Colorado's oldest living veteran receives long-overdue Silver Star 8 decades late
Colorado's oldest reported living veteran finally received his long-overdue honor for his service in World War II after his records were lost in a tragic fire nearly 7 decades ago.
Pentagon lays out new food, housing programs for troops
The Pentagon announced a number of new programs Thursday that are aimed at helping service members who are struggling with housing shortages and steep food and living expenses as they move from base to base.
Last surviving member of WWII’s famed Easy Company dies at 97
Bradford Freeman was a member of Easy Company in World War II, which was made famous by the HBO miniseries “Band of Brothers” released in 2001.
Remembering D-Day: Joy, sadness intertwine at Normandy commemoration
Joy and sadness are pouring out of those on the beaches of Normandy for the 78th anniversary of D-Day.
Remains of Korean War veteran finally come home after being MIA for 71 years
Cpl. David B. Milano went missing in action after a battle near the Chosin Reservoir in North Korea on Dec. 2, 1950.
Terrence J escapes attempted ‘follow-home robbery’ in Sherman Oaks, sources say
Actor and host Terrence Jenkins, better known as “Terrence J,” escaped an attempted follow-home robbery early Wednesday in Sherman Oaks, FOX 11 has learned.
‘Make Camo Your Cause’: U.S.VETS leaders say goal is to ‘put ourselves out of business’
Launched in 1993, U.S.VETS is the largest nonprofit organization with boots on the ground to combat America’s veteran homeless crisis head-on.
Several veterans 65+ denied COVID-19 shots at Florida VA hospitals
Members of Congress from Florida are getting lots of calls from veterans complaining they’re being denied COVID-19 shots at VA clinics.
5 veterans in long-term care first to get COVID-19 vaccine in Orlando
The COVID-19 vaccine has arrived in Orlando, and local veterans are among the first to receive the shot.
Vets urged to access healthcare services online
Recipients can request prescription refills, sign up for text message reminders about their health care and ask non-urgent questions via video, telephone or the VA's secure online messaging system.
100-year-old Tuskegee Airman from Bethesda flips the coin at Super Bowl LIV
Col. Charles McGee is still living large at 100 years old.
Brain injuries in Iraq draw attention to invisible war wounds
Unlike physical wounds, such as burns or the loss of limbs, traumatic brain injuries aren't obvious and can take time to diagnose. The full impact — physically and psychologically — may not be evident for some time, as studies have shown links between TBI and mental health problems.
Texas man who transforms leftover Christmas trees into canes for veterans receives 1,000 donations
A central Texas man was overwhelmed by the response after he put out a call asking his local community to donate their leftover Christmas trees to him instead of throwing them out so that he could turn them into canes for veterans in need.
Tuskegee Airman from Bethesda celebrates 100th birthday with a flight
Retired Col. Charles McGee will turn 100 years old on Saturday and while the years may have slowed him down some, they haven't dimmed the memories of his 30-year service to his country as a Tuskegee Airman who paved the way for generations to come.
Georgia couple searches for owner of lost Marine Corps ring
A Lawrenceville couple is looking to reunite a Marine Corps ring with its rightful owner.
Not your average World War II history buff: Teen interviews veterans, collects artifacts for traveling museum
Benjamin Mack-Jackson is not your average World War ll history buff.
AARP survey: Veterans twice as likely to unknowingly participate in scams
They’re the people who fight to protect our country and who sacrifice to serve others.
Congressman John Mica: Make better use of old VA hospital
Mike Synan reports