Veteran

James Rogers ran convoys and truck battalions for the U.S. Army in Vietnam, taking supplies to fire bases, and was often ambushed along the trails. Hear more stories in WEDU’s local documentary, The Vietnam War: Voices from the Bay, airing

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Gary Martin provided gun support and flew an attack helicopter for the U.S. Army while in Vietnam. Hear more stories in WEDU’s local documentary, The Vietnam War: Voices from the Bay, airing September 14, 2017 at 9 p.m. on WEDU

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This weekend marks the 6th annual National Military Suicide Survivors Seminar and Good Grief Camp for Young Survivors organized by TAPS, the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors. About 500 adults and 170 children will participate in workshops, art therapy and

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On June 26, 1969, after only 32 days in Vietnam, U.S. Army PFC Dennis Joyner lost his left arm and both of his legs in an explosion.

World War II veteran J.P. Ledet talks about his experience when the Atomic bomb was dropped.  

In this segment from WEDU ARTS PLUS, learn about The Telling Project, a theatrical production in which Tampa Bay veterans share their stories of service on stage.

The top Non-Commissioned Officers from the Florida Army National Guard this weekend are at Camp Blanding vying for the title of “Florida NCO of the year.” It is two days of physical competitions, weapons and skills contests, a six-mile “ruck”

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Tampa’s James A. Haley VA Hospital is using cutting edge technology to help injured veterans rehabilitate. One of the devices, at the Spinal Cord Injury Center, helping paralyzed veterans stand and walk again is the Exoskeleton. Using a computer backpack,

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BOBBIE O'BRIEN WUSF PUBLIC MEDIA

Army Ranger Cory Remsburg returns each year to James A. Haley VA Hospital in Tampa to show the staff his progress. He was severely injured in 2009 and spent two years recovering at Haley’s Polytrauma Center. Remsburg was on his

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This week, the Tampa Bay region lost one of its more notable World War II veterans, retired Judge John Germany. He served as an Army tank commander at age 22 and helped liberate a concentration camp on the German-Austrian border

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