Ninety-six might be a bit old to start over, but that's what one World War II veteran is facing.
Julio Barela, one of the last Bataan Death March survivors, died Monday due to complications from pneumonia.
At 104, Pearl Harbor survivor Navy Lt. Jim Downing was a confidant of presidents and a star of national television.
Raymond Bishop, 84, served in the Korean War. He was despondent over eviction efforts.
After losing his legs in Iraq, the Army vet co-founded Purple Heart Homes. He was 39.
Lonnie Ray Swartz's military history has no bearing on whether he fired his weapon with criminal intent, says his attorney.
Miguel Perez Jr. served in Afghanistan, recently finished a prison term on a drug conviction and wants to remain in the U.S.
Volunteers built a ramp that will make it easier for the U.S. Navy and World War II veteran Albert Sturzenegger to get around...
A 24-year-old Army veteran killed himself in 2014 using a gun previously confiscated by the Washington State Patrol.
He was once a standout student in law school and an Army medic who deployed to Iraq.