A World War II veteran has embarked on a 10,500-mile journey to visit his wartime girlfriend after more than 70 years apart.
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The VA won’t pay benefits to a World War II vet in his 90s who was wounded in combat and earned a Purple Heart.
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A 90-year-old New York man wounded by Japanese fighter planes in World War II has been awarded a Purple Heart — 70 years after rescuing a fellow sailor.
They served the U.S. on battlefields from Korea to Iraq, but now they live in the shadow of the nation they once served, deported to Mexico for offenses as minor as getting caught ...
A World War II paratrooper from Colorado who was initially denied permission to move into the same nursing home as his wife has passed away after a brief reunion.
Women Airforce Service Pilot Elaine Danforth Harmon’s last wish was to have her ashes inurned at Arlington National Cemetery, and her family started a petition that got the ball ro...
Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald is traveling to Los Angeles to sign the draft master plan for the West LA VA campus after months of advocacy by local veteran leaders to ...
Alyce Dixon, one of the first African-American women to serve in the army and believed to be the oldest living female veteran, died Wednesday.