A campaign to put more medals from the government of Korea into the hands of American veterans of that war and their families is seeing a flurry of interest.
U.S. Senators Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) and Gary Peters’ (D- MI) bipartisan bill to improve the Department of Veterans Affairs’ (VA) caregiver program was signed into law by President Donald Trump.
Maj. Gen. Jeff Holmes, Tennessee’s Adjutant General, announced Tuesday, Dec. 22 that Brig. Gen. Juan R. Santiago, from Memphis, is to become the new commander of the Tennessee State Guard.
We met Sarah Lee in 2018 on a 4,000 mile bicycle trip. It was her attempt at restarting her life. After 8 years in the service and a brutal combat year in Tikrit, Iraq, where she lost a close friend, Lee came back lost. “Part of that journey was proving to myself that I wanted to be here and, most of all, deserved to be here,” Lee said. “We didn’t come back with everybody, I lost a good friend over there.
In September 2022, the living recipients of America’s highest award for valor in combat return to Knoxville
Gov. Bill Lee recently announced Maj. Gen. Tommy H. Baker as the interim commissioner for the Department of Veterans Services.
Volunteers supporting Wreaths Across America at several local cemeteries have been working hard to ensure that some 500 service members buried there will indeed be honored again this year with
An Army veteran turned operations manager at Amazon in Baltimore is working nonstop to give back to the community during the coronavirus pandemic. Victoria Wilson, senior operations manager at the Baltimore Fulfillment Center, knows a thing or two about giving back to the community. She spent seven years as an Army military intelligence and cyber officer. Now, she runs the Local Warriors at Amazon program at the company’s BWI 2 warehouse. The group is composed of veterans and their spouses connecting and serving in a different way.