They’re wounded Iraq War veterans still suffering from post-traumatic stress and traumatic brain injuries, but they consider themselves fortunate to have survived the improvised explosives and mortar attacks that nearly took their lives.
Some of the Steelers took time to honor veterans from our area Tuesday night.
Actor Gary Sinise is known for many different roles on-screen, but none is more important to him than his real-life role of supporting wounded veterans of war.
Thousands of soldiers and Marines are coming home from war — some of them with injuries that have changed their lives forever.
The Wounded Warrior Soldier Ride is a rehabilitative cycling event that focuses on physical health, wellness and healing.
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.
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.