• Famous NFL coach, World War II Veteran eager to add to his literary accomplishments

    He has also written a book of poems, one of which he recited during a recent ceremony marking the 75th anniversary of V.J. Day, the Japanese surrender on Sept. 2, 1945, that ended World War II. Speaking by Zoom to “Friends of the National World War II Memorial,” Levy recognized the significance of that day:

  • Award-winning VA video series, The American Veteran, receives 2018 regional Emmy Award

    The video story produced by VA focuses on a Veteran boxing training program at Gleason’s Gym -- America's oldest active boxing gym in Brooklyn, New York.

  • Our Veteran U.S. Presidents

     The majority of our nation’s presidents hold the distinction of […]

  • Medic recalls landing on Omaha Beach and the profound impact on his life

    On the 74th anniversary of D-Day, Penobscot tribal elder Charles Norman Shay returns to the beaches of the Normandy Landing.

  • SON VETERANOS – The power of healing through salsa music

    SON VETERANOS is an all-Veteran salsa band formed at formed at the VA Caribbean Healthcare System.

  • The art of therapy – National Veterans Creative Arts Competition and Festival

    This annual competition recognizes the progress and recovery made through that therapy, and raises the visibility of the creative achievements of our Nation’s Veterans after disease, disability or life crisis.

  • Army Veteran applies the warrior spirit to wheelchair basketball

    Orlando Perez speaks about wheelchair basketball and how adaptive sports eventually took him to the slopes of Aspen for the National Disabled Veterans Winter Sports Clinic.

  • ‘Lend me your ears’: Navy Veteran receives new prosthetic

    Navy Veteran Robert Chesser received a new prosthetic ear, created for him by prosthetist David Trainer, to replace the ear he lost to cancer.

  • Honoring the first people of America and the warriors who served to protect it

      HARLINGEN, Texas — VA Texas Valley Coastal Bend Health […]

  • The American Veteran: From Omaha Beach to wheelchair basketball, the warrior spirit is unbreakable

    This episode of The American Veteran includes a story about Charles Norman Shay, a Native American who landed on Omaha Beach in the first wave on D-Day as a combat medic

  • Award-winning VA video series, The American Veteran, receives 2017 regional Emmy Award

    The video story produced by VA focuses on a Navy Veteran and comedian who recovered from a possible career-ending stroke in 2016 with the help of VA doctors and therapist.

  • Watch as Tampa’s VA team practices for natural disaster assistance

    While the victims weren’t real, the training received during Exercise Patriot South 2018 was as real as it gets.

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