On Veterans Day many take time to honor those who have served our country, but some veterans have trouble finding work once their military service is complete. Now some companies are working to make sure veterans can find jobs once they get home.
Three Florida veterans from America’s “Greatest Generation” were honored Monday. The University of Miami and the Consulate General of France in Miami hosted a ceremony to recognize the service of Norman Kaiser, Andrew Kunkle and Arthur Nagler who fought alongside France in World War II.
Miami Beach was one of a number of South Florida cities who honored those who served and sacrificed for our country with a Veterans Day Parade and wreath-laying ceremony.
On this Veterans Day, three South Florida World War II vets are set to receive special honors from France.
Nine relay swimmers, including active duty military, retired service members and one military spouse, are endeavoring to swim 50 kilometers in a 24-hour time period as part of a Veteran’s Day fundraiser in the Florida Keys.
South Florida will honor our military veterans Monday at a number of events around Miami-Dade and Broward counties.
Veterans Day is Monday. Here is a list of what’s open and closed for the holiday.
Hundreds came out to honor our veterans at a parade downtown on Friday.
An Army surgical team that needed to hone its trauma skills came to Ryder Trauma Center to learn from some of the best.
In honor of veterans, of all wars, the city is hosting a parade Friday that will conclude with a free concert at Bayfront Park.