The Clarksville-Montgomery County Veterans Day Parade will take place on Saturday, Nov. 7.
Veterans Day Parade is on for Clarksville, coming up Nov. 7 | ClarksvilleNow.com
On his 107th birthday, Army Pfc. Oliver Jeffers was buried behind the church he grew up attending.
“I’m glad he’s finally home” | WWII veteran buried in Huntsville 76 years after dying in battle
FRANKLIN, Tenn., Oct. 7, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Mitsubishi Motors North America, Inc. (MMNA) announces its support for Team Record the Journey (RTJ), a nonprofit-based entry in the 2020 Rebelle Rally.
Mitsubishi Motors Supports Female Military Veterans For 2020 Rebelle Rally
Two statistics regarding American veterans should concern anyone who appreciates the sacrifices they made in service to their country: the number of homeless veterans and of those who take their
Support veterans at the ground level
The Montgomery County Veterans Service Organization had the largest single-year increase in recorded history for the state of Tennessee for 2019.
Montgomery County Veterans Service Organization breaks record, extends service hours | ClarksvilleNow.com
Army Veteran David Harker will turn 75 later this year and recalls his five years spent as a prisoner of war during Vietnam.
Army Veteran recalls his time as POW during Vietnam – VAntage Point
(The Center Square) – A veteran seeking care at the Memphis VA Medical Center died by suicide one day after experiencing “deficiencies in care, care coordination, and facility response,” a
Inspection report: Veteran died by suicide after not getting needed care at Memphis’ VA hospital
The bills broaden options for troubled vets in the legal system and expand a home renovations grants program.
Here Are the 2 Veteran-Supporting Bills President Trump Just Signed into Law
Washington Co., WI – Agent Orange has long plagued survivors of the Vietnam War. Prior to passage of the Blue Water Navy Vietnam Veterans Act of 2019, Veterans who served offshore were denied Agen…
Washington Co. Vietnam Veterans collect over $1 million in new benefits after decades’ delay
The Fair Care for Vietnam Veterans Act would approve benefits for Vietnam War veterans suffering from bladder cancer, hypothyroidism and Parkinson’s-like symptoms — conditions thought to be caused by exposure to the chemical herbicide Agent Orange.
Advocates begin ‘final push’ to get benefits for Vietnam War veterans