You might call them a team of heroes. Members of the Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team all lost limbs while serving overseas, but that didn’t stop from becoming first class athletes, and this weekend you can see them play right here in South Florida.
Troops overseas have become dependent on Apple iPads as their only form of communication with loved ones overseas.
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.
The Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team is back at it again, playing ball when they go up against the Miami Beach Police Department Saturday.
It’s time to play ball, and that’s just what the Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team is doing when they go up against the Miami Beach Fire Department and Miami Beach Police Department, beginning Friday.
American soldiers know when they go in to battle there is a chance they may not make it out alive. It’s these losses that has the military testing new technology. Robots will soon replace human medics.
The remaining possessions of multi-billion dollar Ponzi scam artist Bernard Madoff and his wife Ruth hit the auction block, and Saturday was the last day to bid on the items.
What are you doing this Memorial Day to salute a soldier? You can make a difference for someone serving our country, for just a dollar.
One South Florida organization is working to help U.S. troops stay cool in Iraq and Afghanistan as temperatures begin to climb above 100 degrees in the next few months.
Dozens of families in Hollywood and Miami waited Tuesday night to see their loved ones come home from the battlefield.