The American Bar Association online program ABA Free Legal Answers, which lets qualifying users ask civil legal questions to volunteer attorneys, has expanded to offer help on immigration and veterans’ questions. Continue reading Free Legal Answers now offers help to veterans
By Kevin Rector LA Times
Early Saturday afternoon on a partially cordoned-off street in Washington, D.C., Peter Baca pushed a big stack of boxes containing thousands of cookies toward the doors of Jaleo, a Spanish-inspired tapas restaurant that famed chef and humanitarian José Andrés opened in 1993. Continue reading Feeding an army in D.C.: Chef José Andrés steps in to help feed huge influx of National Guard
The recipient of Hero Home 23, Marine Staff Sgt. Matthew Polizzi was surprised with the ultimate gift, just in time for Christmas.
Continue reading Operation Coming Home Gifts War Veteran with Mattamy Home
By Brenda Gregorio-Nieto and NBC 7 Staff
Ray Chavez, the oldest veteran survivor of the attack on Pearl Harbor will have a San Diego post office dedicated in his honor after congress passed a bill introduced last year by Rep. Scott Peters (CA-52).
Continue reading Ray Chavez, Oldest Pearl Harbor Vet, Will Get Post Office Dedicated in His Honor
ARLINGTON, Va. — Each year, the United Service Organizations (USO) honors the heroism of junior enlisted service members, E-5 or below, with the USO Service Member of the Year Awards.
Continue reading 2020 USO Service Member of the Year Honorees Announced
In 2011, Kenny Oliver was on top of the music world. At just 20 years old, he found himself producing and co-writing the massive hit ‘Sexy and I Know It’ by LMFAO, a track that would sell upwards of 8 million copies and become a number one hit around the world. Continue reading Former record producer switches buttons to join U.S. Army
LONG BEACH, Calif.- This holiday season, the USO, the non-profit organization founded in 1941 dedicated to strengthening America’s military service members by keeping them connected to family, home and country, throughout their service to the nation, is bringing the spirit of the holiday season to the men and women who work to protect our freedom.
Continue reading Join the USO in Sending the Gift of Home to Troops Around the World This Holiday Season
Wreaths Across America (WAA), is a national non-profit whose Mission to Remember, Honor, and Teach, is in part carried out with the placement of sponsored veterans’ wreaths at 2500 participating locations across America, most notably, at Arlington National Cemetery, each December. Continue reading Wreaths Across America is On the Road Again With The Annual Escort of Wreaths and Virtual Convoy
All across the country, U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds have been performing flyovers to honor the workers on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading Captain Remoshay R. Nelson – the Thunderbirds’ First Black Female Officer
U.S. Veterans Magazine recently had the chance to interview Air Force veteran Roger Hermeling about the apprentice program.
Continue reading Veteran transforming lives through local apprentice program