Gary Wolf was born at West Point and raised in Minneapolis. He was a Navy officer during law school, and after passing the bar he went on an extended active duty for five years.
Jared Allen is happy to help out the younger Minnesota Vikings, answering questions, giving advice or critiquing their performance.
Minnesota is lending a hand to military veterans this week with an array of free services at the annual Veterans’ StandDown event in St. Paul.
Virgil Bradley was born at Wright Patterson Air Force Base, and as his father was in the Air Force, he grew up on military bases all over the country.
President Barack Obama signed the bipartisan Veteran Skills to Jobs Act – introduced partly by a U.S. Representative from Minnesota – into law Monday.
A local group wants to give soldiers a chance to build friendships. And what better way than a day on the lake.
Many veterans returning from war have injuries that are not visible. They’re dealing with hearing loss.
Some 2,000 Minnesota Red Bulls and more than 45,000 other National Guard troops nationwide are only a single vote away from having a much needed financial benefit restored to their military service package.
The Minnesota Legislature has sent Gov. Mark Dayton a bill that lets employers set a hiring preference for veterans and some of their spouses.
A Minnesota mom worries her soldier son is not getting the help he needs for the stress of war. She wants that to change — before it’s too late.
Kim Mitchell joined Chad to talk about his effort to help unemployed veterans. The group is called THRIVE. Here is his information if you need help or know anyone that needs help getting back in […]
First Lady Michelle Obama will be traveling to Minnesota Friday to meet with National Guard families and local community leaders dedicated to supporting military families, the White House announced.
Minnesota is bracing for the return of its largest deployment of National Guard troops since the Sept. 11 attacks, and legislators have plenty of ideas for helping them find jobs.
Being home for the holidays is the wish of a lot of military men and women. And one organization is making that wish come true.
Few people are still alive who don’t need the newsreel footage to remember the attack on Pearl Harbor. For the few remaining survivors, the surprise Japanese attack on that December morning is forever seared in their minds.