In the U.S., March 13 celebrates K-9 Veterans Day, a time to honor the fearless fur-bound companions that have proven so important to the U.S. military.
In the Lone Star State, the Texas VFW has been active for almost 100 years. The Texas VFW started on April 21, 1921 and today has just over 69,000 members.
For more than 27 years, the Fisher House program has provided “a home away from home" for families of patients receiving medical care.
Since 2010, Lone Survivor Foundation has been helping our nation’s wounded veterans and service members make a new start in life.
This holiday season marks the 25th anniversary of Wreaths Across America, an annual event where holiday wreaths are placed on veteran grave markers.
The U.S. Army was called the Continental Army, made up of expert riflemen from the 13 colonies, when it began as a unified effort against Great Britain.
Texas veterans who want to go back to school should know about the Hazlewood Act. It gives veterans and their families up to 150 hours of tuition exemption.
Veterans List gives information, guidance and connections to veteran business owners. It wants them to grow and prosper.
Texas residents who have served in the U.S. military have a number of resources available to assist them in many areas of life. These resources are all provided by the state.
No one can say veteran Bryan Escobedo hasn’t packed a lot into his mere 30 years on this earth. He’s known the full emotional gamut that comes with war.