Each of America’s veterans are unique, but their military service is the tie that binds. This Veterans Day, we take a closer look at how some of these shared experiences have shaped their lives today. While they live all over the United States, the largest veteran populations are found in three states: California, Texas and
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Seeing a veteran lose hope was all it took to launch Ft. Bragg Army medic Kaleigh Presgraves into action. When Presgraves saw 67-year-old James Jackson standing in his driveway surrounded by floodwater, she stopped to help. That’s when Jackson, who had no flood insurance, told her he was ready to return his North Carolina
Al Cantu’s world widened when he left Corpus Christi, Texas, for the Army. But the 20-year veteran says the past decade of retirement changed his life the most. As a member of the VFW, the former paratrooper was invited in 2006 to visit the organization’s National Home in Eaton Rapids, Michigan. It’s a residential program
Before becoming a two-time NBA champion, former San Antonio Spurs center David Robinson graduated from the Naval Academy and served two years in the Navy. The philanthropist and businessman traveled with a Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff USO tour in 2009 and serves on the USO’s 75th Anniversary Honorary Committee. Is there a