• Continue reading Team Red, White, and Blue hosts nationwide Old Glory relay

    June 6, 2022

    Rooted in an epic display of patriotism, the Old Glory Relay epitomizes what Team RWB is all about – showing [...]

  • Continue reading Borne the Battle #279: Major General (ret.) Charles Swannack, Speedway MotorSports’ VP of Armed Forces Affairs

    May 30, 2022

    This episode of Borne the Battle features MG Charles Swannack, Speedway Motor Sports’ VP of Armed Forces Affairs, and member of Patriot Military Family Foundation.

  • Continue reading VA Recognizes the Month of the Military Child

    April 23, 2022

    In April, our country marks the Month of the Military Child. During this month, we pay tribute to the incredible resilience of military-connected children, which includes active duty, National Guard, Reserve and children of Veterans. 

  • Continue reading “Six Triple Eight” women to receive Congressional Gold Medal

    March 31, 2022

    On March 14, President Joe Biden signed the Six Triple Eight Congressional Gold Medal Act of 2021 into Public Law 117-97.  The legislation awards the Congressional Gold Medal to the 855 members of the Women’s Army Corps, who were assigned to the 6888th Central Postal Directory Battalion – the “Six Triple Eight” – during World War II.

  • Continue reading Finding Vietnam Veteran and Navy Corpsman Gregory Williams, pt.3

    March 28, 2022

    Bill Mulcrevy’s search had come to an end. Gregory Williams, the Navy Corpsman who had saved his and so many other Marines’ lives in Vietnam, died in Illinois in November 2017. He was 73.

  • Continue reading How VA and partners helped a Vietnam Veteran find Corpsman Williams, pt.2

    March 27, 2022

    Part 2 of the story on how VA and partners came together to help a sick Marine Corps Veteran search for the buddy who saved his life in Vietnam.

  • Continue reading A Vietnam Veteran’s search for the Corpsman who saved his life, pt.1

    March 26, 2022

    A sick Marine Corps Vietnam Veteran reached out to VA to help find Gregory Williams, a Navy Corpsman buddy who saved his life in Vietnam.

  • Continue reading VA honors Alwyn Cashe on National Medal of Honor Day

    March 25, 2022

    March 25 is National Medal of Honor Day. The Medal of Honor is the Nation’s highest military commendation and it recognizes members of the armed forces who have distinguished themselves through extraordinary bravery and valor in combat.

  • Continue reading Call for Submission: 2022 Veterans Day Poster Contest

    February 28, 2022

    VA and the Veterans Day National Committee are currently accepting submissions for the 2022 Veterans Day poster contest.

  • Continue reading Black Army Veteran’s historical stand paves way for changes

    February 1, 2022

    Just under 70 years ago, an Army Veteran’s stand against racial injustice changed interstate transportation. Sarah Keys was a young, Black soldier serving at Fort Dix, New Jersey. She traveled on her way home to Washington, North Carolina, Aug. 1, 1952.

  • Continue reading How to make National Vietnam War Veterans Day more meaningful for Vets

    January 18, 2022

    National Vietnam War Veterans Day is just over two months away, and any organization who wants a simple, free way to make the day more meaningful for Vietnam Veterans can become the Vietnam War Commemoration’s “commemorative partners.”

  • Continue reading Pearl Harbor attack sailors killed, interred at national cemetery

    December 7, 2021

    Of the 2,341 service members killed at Pearl Harbor Dec. 7, 1941, nine who died are buried at Fort Snelling National Cemetery in Minnesota.