“In war, there are no unwounded soldiers.” — José Narosky
Some people leave a legacy.
Years after he served in Afghanistan, Chad Hammond can still smell the gunpowder.
A former commander of a U.S Naval submarine base will be the keynote speaker of the Memorial Day Service in Fremont.
Ever wonder what to do with an old, worn American flag?
Looking back on his lengthy career, Sgt. Randy Beaton believes one of the best part about his job has been the people with whom he’s worked.
Logan View High School graduate and Eagle Scout, Private First Class David Manzer II, 20, of Fremont, graduated from United States Marine Corps boot camp on April 16 at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego.
Carol Verbeek’s quest to honor her grandmother became an endeavor to pay tribute to many moms.
In 1968, Cheryl Feala was a nurse in Vietnam.
For years, Jerry Knoell didn’t talk about his military service in Vietnam.
Louis H. Semrad had never seen anything like it.
Pamela Anderson was at a gym when the news flashed on a television screen.
Veterans are invited to learn about services available to them at an event set from 3-7 p.m. Sept. 1 in the Getzschman Plaza parking lot.
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It will be a different Memorial Day without attendees filling bleachers at Veterans Park.
In the darkness, the Blackhawk medevac helicopter hovered over the turbulent waters of the Elkhorn River.
USVA Photographer Gene Russell will be taking portraits of women veterans in Nebraska as part of the USVA’s “I Am Not Invisible” campaign on Wednesday, March 4, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Photos will be taken at the Lincoln Community-Based Outpatient Clinic (CBOC) at 600 S. 70th St. in Lincoln.
A local store is continuing to accept donations of socks for active military personnel and veterans from the Fremont community.
Sgt. Hector Ramirez remembers what it was like to get a care package while serving in Iraq in 2004.
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Melissa Lanzourakis has been on a mission.
During his fifth deployment, Sgt. 1st Class Anthony Hayner helped provide logistical support to American troops.
Second Lt. Jody Hintz hopes the public will do something special this year to honor deceased veterans.
Nate Ingebritson was standing in the Humvee when the explosion occurred.
After 17 years and thousands of miles, Harry Franklin Carrier has been laid to rest.