A letter received by Eau Claire attorney Ed Manydeeds last month contained not only a tie to his family’s past home along the North Dakota-South Dakota border but unearthed a previously unknown secret as well. The letter from the veterans
With new stolen valor law, Pennsylvania is the latest state to target military fakers
Wearing unearned medals or impersonating a service member (or veteran) could land Keystone State residents in jail.
Legion post shines as veterans resource center
Post 140 dedicates itself to working alongside community groups and launching a facility to help disabled people in rural Arizona.
Roly Poly Panda Throws Tantrum
A baby panda in China threw a tantrum after a worker took his toys away. The panda chases after the worker and when he realizes he's not getting his toys back, he rolls on the ground, bumping and knocking into trees in what can be interpreted as the panda equivalent of a child throwing a tantrum.
Some medically separated airmen may be eligible for a disability rating review
Applicant’s will be notified of the board’s decision after all documents have been reviewed.