Resources for Veterans

Hosted by Tim Malloy, Saving America’s Heroes presents life-saving United States Medivac teams in action on the battlefields of Afghanistan. Featuring interviews with Medivac technicians and veterans whose lives were saved. (part 5)

Hosted by Tim Malloy, Saving America’s Heroes presents life-saving United States Medivac teams in action on the battlefields of Afghanistan. Featuring interviews with Medivac technicians and veterans whose lives were saved. (part 4)

Hosted by Tim Malloy, Saving America’s Heroes presents life-saving United States Medivac teams in action on the battlefields of Afghanistan. Featuring interviews with Medivac technicians and veterans whose lives were saved. (part 3)

Hosted by Tim Malloy, Saving America’s Heroes presents life-saving United States Medivac teams in action on the battlefields of Afghanistan. Featuring interviews with Medivac technicians and veterans whose lives were saved. (part 1)

This past summer, NPR revealed that 60,000 World War II veterans were exposed to mustard gas while training in the U.S. and some are currently living in the Tampa Bay region. The NPR investigation found that the Department of Veterans

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Steve Piscitelli, a sculptor from Central Florida, uses his experiences from the Vietnam War as inspiration to create his art. He found that his art also helps him heal emotionally from the images he saw in combat.

At the Doubletree Hilton Hotel on the Southbank of Jacksonville, more than 100 people were getting settled at round tables, Thursday. It was day one of the action camp called: ZERO 2016, an intense two-day event aimed at ending veteran

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On the 22nd of every month, members of the Jacksonville chapter of Veterans for Peace gather in Five Points to focus public attention on the suicide rate among veterans. On Tuesday, the group stood on the corner of Post and

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Being a military veteran is one of the factors that make it more likely a person will become homeless. In Jacksonville, it’s estimated one-in-10 homeless people are vets. That’s fewer than five years ago, thanks to local groups using federal

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Hear Romy Camargo’s inspirational story of military service. His injury is not stopping him from making a difference in the lives of those injured throughout Central Florida.