What is happening to our soldiers? More U.S. soldiers have killed themselves, than have died on the battlefields of Iraq and Afghanistan. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Traumatic Brain Injury are the suspected culprits.
South Florida’s recent spike in gas prices isn’t coming from the traditional “Supply and Demand” market forces, but rather “Investors” jumping into the commodities markets at the same time a major oil producer threatens to cut exports.
Sometimes lost amidst the unemployment crisis is the plight of returning veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan. But a franchise expo on Miami Beach this weekend is hoping to change their luck for the better.
On May 1st, 2003, then President George W. Bush walked across the deck of the aircraft carrier, the USS Abraham Lincoln, and declared combat victory in the war in Iraq.
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice made a South Florida stop Thursday in support of her new book, No Higher Honor.
When more than 40,000 troops leave Iraq in the next two months, many will make their way back home to re-join the civilian world. In addition to emotional challenges, many of these heroes will find themselves unemployed, without civilian skills.
A military photographer who served in Iraq and Guantanamo Bay has reached a deal with federal prosecutors in Miami on charges that he made false statement on a U.S. passport application.
A former Miami soldier and who later served the US Government as a Guantanamo Bay photographer is facing federal fraud charges Miami over the passport he 0btained so he could serve in Iraq.
There’s no place like home for the holidays. Just ask Oscar Ramos, a local soldier, who’s spending Christmas with his South Florida family.
Hey Everyone…. Did you thank a vet today? I guess I’m awash in vet stories right now. I just did a piece on the USS Jason Dunham. That’s the newest guided missile destroyer in the […]