Honoring Veterans News
When 'World Makes You Cynical,' Veterans Can Inspire, Obama says
President Obama today renewed his call for national unity in the wake of a divisive election, saying in a Veterans Day speech at Arlington National Cemetery that Americans must "find strength in our common creed." Speaking after laying a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Obama noted that
Severely Injured U.S. Army Captain Receives New Smart Home
ABC News' Ali Dukakis takes us inside a new smart home designed for a severely injured veteran.
Inspirational Marine Turns Adversity Into Triumph
American veteran Sergeant Joey Jones shares his inspirational story after being disabled by war and tells others how to live life without limits.
Prince Harry's Girlfriend Meghan Markle Jets to London
I always go for the funny, George, like somebody else we know. Your beautiful wife who is in "Pop news." First I have your royal romance update. Going to be a big weekend for prince Harry and his girlfriend. We know Meghan Markle is in London and "The daily mail" snapped these photos entering the
A Look Inside 'Take Me Home Huey' Medevac Helicopter
ABC News' Rachel Scott checks out a helicopter that was shot down in Vietnam and repurposed as an art piece to honor veterans.
Marine Veteran Charlie Linville Is First Combat-Wounded Amputee to Scale Mount Everest
A U.S. Marine Corps veteran made history Thursday as the first ever combat-wounded amputee to reach the summit of Mount Everest . Staff Sgt. Charlie Linville, 30, climbed the 29,029-foot summit of the highest mountain on earth with a prosthetic leg after being involved in a blast in Afghanistan in
‘Negro’ D-Day Hero Overlooked for Medal of Honor, Lawmaker Says
The faded, type-written piece of paper was buried in a box of 70-year-old documents at a presidential archive, but after it was recently unearthed, the fragile paper shined a spotlight on what a history detective called an injustice that lingers on from the Second World War – that of some black
World War II Veteran Honored Others Who Served
The family of Kenneth Spilman, a World War II veteran who spent the last 15 years of his life paying tribute to war heroes talks to ABC's Tom Giusto.
NFL Teams Billing American Taxpayers to Honor Veterans
Sources say sports franchises are accepting hundreds of thousands of dollars which they say is part of an advertising deal with the Pentagon.
First Lady Michelle Obama Meets With Prince Harry Over Tea During European Tour
First lady Michelle Obama received the royal treatment in London on Tuesday when she met with Prince Harry over tea at Kensington Palace on the first leg of her week-long European tour. Kensington Palace announced the prince was “very pleased” to host the first lady, her daughters Sasha and Malia,