Veterans

Photo courtesy of Dale Maupin

While the VA works to resolve a huge claims backlog, the process may actually get worse for some, before it gets better for everyone.

Erin Toner

One Milwaukee man waited more than a year after filing a disability claim to begin receiving compensation for injuries sustained in Iraq.

Erin Toner

You probably remember learning about exo-skeletons back in biology class – beetles have them. So do lobsters. Well now, we can add humans to that list.

Feast of Crispian

A little over a year ago, Feast of Crispian began holding weekend Shakespeare intensives at the Zablocki VA Medical Center in Milwaukee.

Mitch Teich

As Milwaukee soldiers fought on the front lines during World War II thousands of miles away, several young women from the city's south side worked to make the homefront seem a little closer.

Courtney Lutz

For almost a decade, a group of volunteers has undertaken the task of bringing veterans of World War II to visit the Washington, D.C. monument honoring their sacrifice.

On this Veteran’s Day, we’re going to focus on the VA's efforts to improve health care for women.

Susan Bence

The goodbyes lasted as long as the ceremony on the terrace of the Milwaukee County War Memorial as Tom Voss and Anthony Anderson prepared to set off by foot to Los Angeles.

Veterans' Voices No Longer Silent "After the Wars"

May 27, 2013
Paul Calhoun

Some veterans feel like they can't discuss their combat experiences, but a new art exhibit gives them voice.

 Meet a veteran who developed great reverence for Memorial Day and its honorees.

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