Veterans Day

Local organizations fight to help Upstate veterans transition successfully

“Nobody told me I was going to go through a phase of ‘What’s my identity? Who am I?” -Ed Byus, Special Ops veteran

Greenville organization adds beds for homeless veterans

Each veteran who walks through Fellow Countrymen’s doors has something in common…

NAMI Greenville’s support group enables vets to help their fellow servicemen

“It helped me realize that I wasn’t alone and there were other veterans going through it. It was beneficial for me to talk to someone that could relate to what was happening.”

Edwin McCain, others to perform at wounded veterans benefit

The Military Order of the Purple Heart’s biggest night of the year…

Upcoming book aims to raise awareness, offer hope to veterans

For Dana Lynn and AnnaMarie Cantrell, veterans’ issues are a cause that hits close to home. The two co-founders of the Upstate literary firm Captive Ink Media are preparing to release a compilation that features first-person accounts from veterans who have experienced the challenges and triumphs of returning to civilian life.

Col. Eric Schwartz helped his Iraqi interpreter escape the clutches of ISIS – and now he supports Trump’s travel ban

Simpsonville’s Col. Eric Schwartz hasn’t lost faith in the immigration system that ultimately failed his Iraqi interpreter.

Soccer program for disabled vets kicked off Nov. 4

Skye Arthur-Banning, an associate professor in Clemson’s parks, recreation and tourism management department, secured funding from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to grow the sport of soccer with disabled veterans. The funds will be used to develop and educate player-coaches who will then assemble and coach teams of disabled veterans.

Veterans to be honored at annual race

The fourth annual Take Flight 5K will take place Saturday, May 28, and will honor veterans with a folded flag ceremony performed by the Civil Air Patrol Greenville Composite Squadron.

Vets in action

Sporting events for veterans with disabilities

All downhill from here

Skiing, golf, cycling and hockey: Disabled veterans receive free recreational therapy at RCP

How to help veterans succeed

On Nov. 11 we marked the 96th celebration of Veterans Day – the one day each year that our nation sets aside to honor and celebrate all those who have served in the U.S. armed forces.

I left with my head held high’

Afghanistan was the point of no return for 16-year Marine veteran Rick…

In the land of their loss

Sitting along the shore of a quiet Iraqi lake, Sheila Marshall read…

Soldier returns

Twenty-six-year old U.S. Army Sgt. Jeremiah Wittman comes home to his wife…

Faces of freedom

Ray Rogers was an Army combat engineer the day he and some…