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Two years after the repeal of "don't ask, don't tell," strides are being made to support LGBT veterans
Army officer has dedicated himself to volunteering in hospices, and hopes younger veterans will join his cause
Five years ago on Nov. 12, one of Iraq's first 'green-on-blue' attacks took its toll on Bill Greenwood's unit
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In an America Tonight exclusive, Sheila MacVicar looks at the rising number of soldiers who have lost their benefits.
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On Veterans Day, America Tonight breaks down the numbers of female pilots who flew during World War II.
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Elizabeth Black is the focus of a public TV documentary, as her son strives to make sure her story is known
Local Florida leaders rejected the civil rights leader after he thanked Fidel Castro, Yaser Arafat and Moammar Ghadafi
In his live address, President Barack Obama reflected on Nelson Mandela's legacy