A combat veteran and incoming CEO of a local nonprofit got a once-in-a-lifetime experience courtesy of Mario Andretti.
A 103-year-old World War II veteran is finally being honored for his time in the military, 75 years later.
Connecticut has joined with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and law enforcement officials and charity regulators from more than 50 states and territories in Operation Donate with Honor – an education and enforcement campaign including more than 100 actions against charities, fundraisers and individuals, cracking down on fraudsters that con consumers by falsely promising their donations will help veterans and service members.
Some unexpected visitors Thursday at Stony Creek Brewery in Branford. Service dogs were there for a fundraiser.
An event to combat veteran suicide was held in Newtown on Sunday.
A decorated combat veteran and University of Connecticut alum has been named director of UConn’s Office of Veterans Affairs and Military Programs.
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Democratic Presidential Candidate Tulsi Gabbard wins push-up contest while campaigning in New Hampshire
2020 Democratic Presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard won a contest in New Hampshire Thursday….but not a voting contest, a push-up contest.
MASON CITY, Iowa (AP) — Pete Buttigieg strides past an oversized photograph of himself dressed in fatigues, the Afghan horizon behind him, as he enters a Des Moines arena for an Iowa Democratic Party gala. In his first Iowa television ad, he holds a rifle and points it toward the rubble at his feet, introducing […]
Iraq and Afghanistan combat veterans deserve a chance to change their discharge status if they suffered from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, according to a lawsuit