The funeral procession wound its way from Fairchance in Fayette County to the National Cemetery of the Alleghenies bringing the cremated remains of four veterans and one military wife, all who, until today, had no final resting place.
Ground was broken on a new VA facility in Butler County today.
World War II veteran Victor Saftner cuts the ribbon on the porch of a house inside a building. The virtual environment called “MyHome,” on VA Pittsburgh’s Heinz campus in Aspinwall, will help wounded vets transition from hospital to home.
The Pentagon has lifted its ban on women in combat. United States Defense Secretary Leon Panetta announced the historic change on Thursday. But how do people feel about the move?
Volunteers,veterans groups and families gathered at the National Cemetery of the Alleghenies and other gravesites around the country, to pay a special holiday tribute to soldiers who made the ultimate sacrifice.
The Brain Dead Republican Congress has had some low points, but last week’s Senate vote on a United Nations treaty for the disabled was notable in its outrageousness.
The U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs has assured Sen. Bob Casey that he’s on top of the outbreak of Legionnaires Disease at the VA hospitals in Pittsburgh.
When the deal is being made to change the tax rates and cut the deficit we must remember to keep our commitment to our veterans.
KDKA’s Rob Pratte talked with military author John DePaul, in addition to West Point graduate and retired Army Colonel Sam Johnson.
Thousands line the streets of downtown Pittsburgh Saturday morning to honor our veterans.
Some restaurant chains will show appreciation for current and retired military members Sunday and Monday.
The Fort Pitt Museum will offer special activities and free admission for active and retired servicemen and women this weekend.
Over the last decade, with the United States fighting two wars, there has been an incredible increase in the number of service people with traumatic brain injuries.
It is becoming a growing form of protest over the outcome of the Presidential Election; people flying the American Flag upside down. But now those protests are sparking a protest of their own.
Hundreds of local veterans were honored Wednesday at Shaler Area Middle School.