Imagine joining the military in the hopes of playing soccer for your country to only end up fighting your own battle to survive a sudden, terminal illness. Out of the 17.4 million veterans in the U.S., almost 3% of them experience a cancer diagnosis annually. Continue reading Victorious Veteran Combats A Hidden Enemy
By Kellie Speed
Eight years ago, Travis Mills’ life was forever changed when he became one of only five servicemen from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan ever to survive his injuries as a quadruple amputee. Continue reading Travis Mills: A Profile in True Courage
Seven years ago, Coast Guard veteran and PVA member Kaleb Wilson took a $100 bet that changed his life.
Continue reading The $100 Bet That Forever Changed Kaleb Wilson’s Life
By Kellie Speed
When Jeff and Maura Brodeur received the devastating call that would change their life forever— that their only son had been critically injured in Iraq and may not make it—they never could have imagined how far he would come today.
Continue reading Wounded Army Corporal Inspires Boston’s Wounded Vet Run
The Gary Sinise Foundation was established under the philanthropic direction of actor Gary Sinise, who has been an advocate of our nation’s defenders for nearly forty years. Continue reading Wounded Army Chief Gifted Smart Home Through the Gary Sinise Foundation
By Natalie Rodgers
In 2012, Wells Fargo and Company founded its Military Affairs Program, with the goal to connect with current and past military personnel and their families, and provide them with the proper resources to succeed in their day-to-day lives. Continue reading How Wells Fargo is Prioritizing Veterans
Prince Harry is collaborating on a new project with singer Jon Bon Jovi, potentially singing, for the upcoming Invictus Games for wounded soldiers. Continue reading Prince Harry, Jon Bon Jovi Team Up for Invictus Games
I knew I wanted to join the Army by the time I was 20 years old. In the months leading up to that birthday, I had taken some Continue reading Service Beyond the Battlefield
Paralyzed Veterans of America will host 12 wheelchair rugby teams from across the country to compete in its 3rd Annual Code of Honor Quad Rugby Invitational. Continue reading Paralyzed Veterans of America to host Wheelchair Rugby Tournament for wounded heroes and adaptive athletes
Paralyzed Veterans of America announces a new virtual engagement initiative from its employment program, PAVE (Paving Access for Veterans Employment), that specializes in helping veterans with disabilities Continue reading New virtual employment service provides support for disabled veterans anywhere, anytime