Season 03 Reloaded is here for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II and Warzone 2.0, and players can show their appreciation for military veterans by picking up a new Call of Duty Endowment Pack. Continue reading Support Veterans With the Call of Duty Endowment Valkyrie Pack in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II and Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0
As part of Military Appreciation Month and Memorial Day, several businesses and organizations across the country are offering free and discounted services to servicemembers and veterans this month. Continue reading Memorial Day Freebies and Discounts for Veterans and Servicemembers
By Sarah Sicard, Army Times
Nearly every person who has ever had the honor of serving in the U.S. military knows that when a situation goes entirely sideways, it’s “FUBAR.” Continue reading ‘FUBAR’ stars Arnold Schwarzenegger in his first-ever TV show
By Sarah Sicard Military Times
French Emperor and military conqueror Napoleon Bonaparte is getting the silver screen treatment at the hands of famed director Ridley Scott (“Gladiator,” “Black Hawk Down”). Continue reading Ridley Scott, Joaquin Phoenix team for ‘Napoleon’ war movie
By Danielle Jackola
“On the streets of Hollywood, a recently retired NFL player is saved from scandal by a homeless veteran suffering from PTSD. With their ‘glory days’ behind them both, the two men Continue reading Former NFL Seahawk, Dave DesRochers’ The 1st & Goal Project Screens Movie: MVP
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’
Celeb Elvis Presley was far from the only person of fame to have served in the U.S. military. In fact, several people who are known for their accomplishments in other fields got their start in the armed forces. Meet some of the other well-known veterans throughout history that you may not be aware of: Continue reading Famous Veterans Throughout History
By Kellie Speed
If ever there was a true profile in courage that is Noah Galloway’s story to tell.
While the U.S. Army veteran lost both his left arm above the elbow and left leg above the knee to an IED attack during Operation Iraqi Freedom, that hasn’t stopped him from pushing his own limits becoming a nationwide inspiration as a result. Continue reading ‘A True Profile in Courage’
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
Since relocating to the former Fort McPherson Army base in Atlanta in 2015, Tyler Perry Studios has become an even-greater force in the entertainment and commercial production industry, promising enormous employment potential for military veterans in Georgia. Continue reading A Strategic Partnership Gets Veterans in Film Production