Free Movie Tickets Offered To Active Duty Military, VeteransUniversal Pictures and AMC Theatres announced they are giving away up to 10,000 free tickets to see the new movie “Thank You For Your Service.”
Veterans Say Kneeling For Anthem A 'Sign Of Disrespect,' But Players 'Have Every Right'The American flag and the song that celebrates it have special meaning to the people who swore to protect them.
Private Donations Pay For Floating Docks To Big Island Veteran's CampVeterans enjoyed a cool day on the water Wednesday, returning to a special park in their honor on Lake Minnetonka.
Homes For Our Troops Gives Blind Minnesota Veteran New HomeA Minnesota veteran who lost his sight after roadside bomb exploded while he was serving in Iraq has a new home.
Minnesota Sailor Killed In Pearl Harbor Attack Finally Returns HomeSeventy-five years after he lost his life at Pearl Harbor, a Minnesota sailor finally returned home.
Army Veteran's Dying Wish Is To Hear From YouArmy Veteran Lee Hernandez served in Iraq and has a terminal illness that's left him blind and in pain. He has just one dying wish: to talk.
Gold Star Family Hopes Americans Understand The Cost Of FreedomJan Vanek truly knows the cost of freedom.
CBS Radio Helps Serve Veterans With Launch Of National Site ‘’“Serving those who served” - the content is devoted solely to military veterans and their families.
For Veterans, Not All Scars Are Visible"From 23 to Zero" is an organization committed to remembering the 23 veterans who commit suicide each day.
Veteran Groups Blast Orono City Council For Big Island Dock ClosureFor nearly 90 years, Big Island on Lake Minnetonka was the site of a 56-acre camp set aside for Minnesota’s war veterans.
2,000 Veterans To Join Standing Rock Protests; Some Vets Take IssueMilitary veterans plan to gather at the Standing Rock Reservation in North Dakota next week to show their support for those camped in protest of the four-state Dakota Access pipeline.
Iraq, Afghanistan Veteran Now Serves Minneapolis In Another UniformDuring two tours, one in Iraq and another in Afghanistan, Jen Merrill used her skills as a pilot to help others. Merrill is also proud to wear another uniform, when she serves the citizens of Minneapolis as a police officer.

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