Survivor 43 winner Mike Gabler made history on Wednesday night after he revealed he’d be donating his entire $1 million prize to veterans. Continue reading ‘Survivor’ Winner Donates Entire Million Dollar Prize to Veterans: ‘I Am Very Fortunate’
U.S. Veterans Magazine, the premier resource magazine for transitioning service members, service-disabled veterans, veteran business owners and their spouses and families, has been awarded two prestigious awards in just one week. Continue reading U.S. Veterans Magazine Wins Two Awards in One Week
U.S. Veterans Magazine is an ongoing supporter of the VA Medical Center Cheeriodicals program. Continue reading Cheeriodicals Team Delivers gifts of Appreciation to Hospitalized Veterans
By Kellie Speed
FOX Nation is hosting its fourth annual Patriot Awards at Hard Rock Live in Hollywood, Florida, tonight. You can catch the patriotic show live at 7 p.m. ET on FOX Nation, and it will also be offered in a repeat presentation on FOX News Channel on Sunday, November 27, at 10 p.m. ET. Continue reading FOX Nation’s 4th Annual Patriot Awards Ceremony Benefitting the American Red Cross is Tonight
Give a Minute to Support Victories for Veterans. America’s veterans are on their most important tour—the tour of their lives. Continue reading Disabled American Veterans (DAV) : Victories for Veterans
By John Register
Thank you for your service!
As a retired combat disabled veteran, I have heard this heartfelt statement from many proud American citizens. I always hear it in terms of deep respect for the sacrifices men and women have made to defend our nation. Continue reading Veterans and the Oath of Enlistment: Thank You for Your Service
The mission of Charlie Mike is to save the lives of those still carrying the unseen wounds of combat, one veteran at a time.
Our vision is to help Soldiers, Marines, Airmen and Sailors help one another “Continue the Mission of Life,” in whatever form that may be. Continue reading Charlie Mike: “Continue the Mission of Life”
I fought in Vietnam for 13 months at the age of 18. After my tour in Vietnam, I returned home a changed man. And while there was nothing extraordinary about my experience compared with others who had fought, Continue reading I’m a Vietnam War Veteran. Here’s How Writing My Memoir Has Helped Me Heal
By Brady Rhoades
When the inaugural issue of U.S. Veterans Magazine hit the stands — and the internet — Gary Sinise was on the cover.
He’s back, and for good reason.
Sinise, best known as Lt. Dan in the movie Forrest Gump, has devoted his life to serving veterans. Continue reading Gary Sinise: Positive About Service
In order to ensure that military veterans are covered properly, truthfully and ethically in the news, the Military Veterans in Journalism, in collaboration with News Corp Giving, the nonprofit organization, will be providing a range of resources for reporters covering military and veteran issues through an online resource portal. Continue reading Military Veterans in Journalism