• Virtual Veterans Experience Action Center reaches 383 Veterans in Kentucky

    From July 13th through 15th, VA partnered with the Kentucky Department of Veterans Affairs, United Way 211, and other community partners to host the latest V-VEAC in Kentucky. This event provided immediate action on the needs of 383 Veterans.

  • Original 101st Airborne warrior gone, not forgotten

    Command Sgt. Maj. Dick Veenendaal was one of the original members of the 101st Airborne out of Fort Campbell, Kentucky. The unit was reconstituted in 1956 after being disbanded for a time after World War II.

  • Active Heroes offers Veterans activities and resources

    Active Heroes non-profit supports Veterans and service members through physical, educational and emotional programs in an effort to end suicide.

  • Red Coat Ambassadors sponsors Veterans to attend Wheelchair Games

    Veterans Canteen Service sponsors 50 Veteran athletes to attend National Veterans Wheelchair Games through sale of Red Coat Ambassador apparel, then greet Veterans and their families at the event.

  • Loud and fast is Army Veteran Ryan Major’s style

    Veteran Ryan Major has come out of a coma, battled constant pain and endured dozens of surgeries. Today, he is driving again, and a competitive athlete at the 39th National Veterans Wheelchair Games.

  • #VeteranOfTheDay Army Veteran Leigh Ann Hester

    Sergeant First Class Leigh Hester was the first woman awarded the Silver Star since World War II and the first female recipient awarded for close combat with enemy fighters during a convoy attack.

  • Veterans, Gold Star Families in Kentucky recognized by Medal of Honor recipient

    With the wind blowing steady through dozens of American flags, the Veteran and Gold Star Families community in central Kentucky dedicated a new memorial Tuesday in honor of those who made the ultimate sacrifice in service to our nation.

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