A World War Two veteran had a surprise party for his 98th birthday -- at work.
War Heroes on Water brings together combat veterans with sports fisherman for days of fishing along the beautiful Southern California coast. The event gives fishermen the opportunity to show their great appreciation to veterans for serving our country. Here's a clip of the tournament director thanking everyone involved for the life-changing experience. For more information on the event and helping our veterans, you can check out Warheroesonwater.com.
Actor and director Max Martini and veteran Tom Spooner joined us on Good Day LA to discuss the new film "Sgt. Will Gardner" and the charities it benefits.
Six military veterans are about to spend the summer walking across the country as part of Walking with the Wounded's Walk of America -- beginning Saturday in LA. US veteran Adele Loar and UK veteran John Mayhead joined us on Good Day LA.
Charges are expected to be announced Tuesday in a vandalism case involving a beloved Santa Ana mural celebrating Mexican-American veterans, authorities said. FOX 11's Matt Johnson reports.
Back here in Southern California observances were held throughout the region to honor the fallen heroes.
Good news for some homeless veterans living in their cars, vans and campers. They will now be allowed to park overnight at the VA facilities.
FOX 11's Sandra Endo reports from Anaheim.
On Saturday, our nation will take a moment to honor veterans for their patriotism and willingness to sacrifice for the common good. A group of local veterans is on a mission to make sure “The Greatest Generation" is not forgotten.
Veterans Day is on Saturday, and Costa Mesa is hosting a free community event that will help vets in need and provide fun for the whole family. FOX 11's Sandra Endo reports.
Of the three million men and women who have served in Iraq and Afghanistan since 9/11, one million have returned home wounded in some way -- many with devastating injuries. Lisa Mcree reports.
Jake Wood talks about Team Rubicon, which works to unite the skills and experiences of military vets with first responders to rapidly deploy emergency response teams to disasters nationally and internationally.
Everyday twenty military veterans commit suicide. Many are suffering from battle-related PTSD. The Department of Defense doesn't honor those deaths even when they happen in the line of duty. One mother is trying to change that.
An eight-foot bronze sculpture honoring Pasadena-area members of the military killed in Iraq, Afghanistan and battling terrorism was unveiled today at Defenders Park in Pasadena.
A recent report states that the Department of Veterans Affairs is conducting secret medical tests on dogs. Now members of congress are asking for an investigation into the charges. MaryAnn Martinez reports.