A mom, Monster Jam® driver and military veteran, Kayla Blood is a force to be reckoned with. She proudly served in the Louisiana Army National Guard for six years and now brings her tenacity to the dirt, competing in Monster Jam competitions around the world. Continue reading Veteran Kayla Blood Takes on Monster Jam World Finals® in Soldier Fortune®
by Sarah Sicard, MilitaryTimes
Rockstar has become the latest in a string of energy drink companies to add a hemp-infused beverage to their offerings, so consumers can chill out while they rage. Continue reading Can soldiers consume CBD energy drinks?
By Jade Jackson, THV11
RUSSELLVILLE, Arkansas — A large American flag hung by the local fire department blows with the wind as motorcyclists ride over a hill to the River Valley Veterans Memorial Park in Russellville.
By Dana Thiede, Kare 11 NBC
Vowing to make good on Minnesota’s duty to “protect and support” those who have served in the military, Governor Tim Walz on Tuesday signed the new state Veterans Bill into law. Continue reading New Minnesota Veterans Law promises to ‘protect and support’ those who served
On our special milestone 30th Military Makeover, we are proud to be honoring not one, but two deserving veterans on our upcoming season, and a love story unlike any we’ve told before! Continue reading Military Makeover: Meet Our New Military Makeover Family
With Veterans Day approaching and the veteran unemployment rate falling to 3.9% from the average of 6.5% in 2020, the personal-finance website WalletHub recently released its report Continue reading 2021’s Best & Worst Places for Veterans to Live
When Peter Keating took off from the starting line at the Boston Marathon, it was the realization of a dream come true. But he never imagined just how unique his 26.2-mile trek would be. Continue reading Marine Corps veteran, amputee makes history at Boston Marathon
Merriam-Webster defines military service as “time spent serving in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, etc…” A simple, literal definition whose meaning goes so much deeper. Continue reading Serving the Called — Letter From the Editor
Navy Federal Credit Union recently released a new report on the financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on military families. Continue reading Navy Federal Credit Union Report Reveals New Financial Habits for Military Families During the Pandemic
By Kellie Speed
What started out with two US Marine veterans in Massachusetts looking for a way to help fellow veterans has turned into a federally recognized war veteran organization with numerous nationwide charters. Continue reading The Motorcycle Club Helping Wounded Veterans