Your family has been anticipating this day since forever, and finally, your soldier’s deployment is coming to an end. Preparing yourself for the big day and what comes after will require more than simply hanging up a banner and baking a cake. Every military family is different, but most will benefit from these home coming tips.
For one local veteran, today is a very special day because he is getting a look at his new, specially-designed house.
Begun in August of last year, injured Afghanistan war veteran Doug Vitale’s house construction is in the final stages.
An unseasonable snowfall blankets the yard of a special house under construction in Venetia, Washington County.
Support Operation Doug by joining Marty Griffin in a live broadcast from VFW Post 764.
There was a hero’s welcome Saturday afternoon for an injured Marine who is now finally back home.
Pittsburgh Marine Sgt. Doug Vitale is finally coming home this weekend and you’re invited to be there for the hero’s welcome.
Pittsburgh Marine Doug Vitale, stationed in Afghanistan, lost both legs and suffered a traumatic brain injury in an IED explosion.
Gary Sinise and his Lt. Dan Band are coming to Pittsburgh to help a local Hero!
A local war veteran is about to return home for the first time since he was injured overseas.
A community is coming together to help a local soldier and his family.
The “Lt. Dan Band” is coming to Pittsburgh.
Thousands of soldiers and Marines are coming home from war — some of them with injuries that have changed their lives forever.
A Marine corporal from Pittsburgh who lost his legs in Afghanistan is one of a dozen severely wounded veterans to get a new home. And it’s all thanks to a foundation headed by actor Gary Sinise.
Alexis Vitale of Peters Township learned that her husband, Marine Corporal Doug Vitale, had stepped on an explosive device while on patrol in Afghanistan. The couple has been inseparable since Doug entered a rehabilitation center in Tampa.