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Children of military parents face different challenges than those of civilian kids during normal times, but trends from the past year reflect additional stresses that arose from COVID-19 restrictions...

Brave men and women responded swiftly to the terrorist attacks on 9/11. Some didn’t care what it took, and others had no idea what impact their service would have on their lives...

If Air Force veteran Sam Hargrove could step back in time, she would give her former self two words of advice...

Army veteran Brent McPeek is confronting the experience that changed his life forever — the day a sniper killed his best friend in Iraq....

Horses don’t lie. They reflect your energy and let you know where you stand right away. It’s no wonder...

Long cycling rides bring a level of accomplishment and pride for those who have been training...

When everyday stressors mix with ongoing isolation, it can be difficult for those with anxiety and PTSD to get...

Dalanie Franklin has always been someone people go to for advice. His open mind...

The sky is the limit for a group of wounded warriors in North and South Carolina who recently finished training to become commercial drone...

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 70 million Americans suffer from chronic...

In the middle of nowhere in southern New Mexico, Army Col. (Ret.) Dave Parramore reached a breaking point. “It was pretty clear I was going no further,” Dave said. His solo cross-country bike...

Making new friends can be difficult at any age. Children of military-connected parents have the added difficulties of...

Stress has a way of taking over every aspect of our lives if we don’t keep it in check. Some stress-reducing remedies...

Veteran Employment Trending Positively but Need Remains Great One year after the veteran unemployment rate skyrocketed to nearly 12%...

A sprout quietly bursts through the earth, absorbing its first taste of direct sunlight. Similarly, injured veterans grew to...

Healthy living is not easy, especially for those coping with injury and illness after service. Because every person’s journey...

Navy veteran Deborah Tucker would like to play on the floor with her three-year-old son Logan without feeling pain. A spinal...

For nearly two decades, post-9/11 veterans have been exposed to contaminants such as burn pits, toxic fragments, radiation...

An all-female group of warriors spent two days on Monarch Mountain learning how to ski and snowboard as part of the Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) Soldier Ride®...

Army veteran Bobby Henline’s humor goes beyond coping with injuries. His humor uplifts and inspires veterans and civilians...

Finances. Work. Family schedules. Health. If reading any of those words caused a spike in your heart rate...

Worry, fear, and anxiety about being able to pay monthly bills or save for the future can lead to financial stress...

When someone enlists in the military, they are prepared to travel in support of serving their country. They are committed...

We all know stress affects emotional and mental health, but often the symptoms of stress show up more noticeably in our physical health. While stress affects...

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