New friendships forged from the aftermath of 9/11 — 16 years later
The two stood close. An onlooker would not have known that, even an hour before, neither had known the other existed.
Many veterans fight an endless battle with PTSD and suicidal thoughts
An estimated 22 veterans a day lose their lives to suicide.
From loss to service
Joe Quinn, lost his brother in 9/11 and severed multiple tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, but now he serves by leading Team Red, White and Blue, which supports returning vets.
Veterans and civilians “Run as One”
Members of Team Red, White & Blue, Team Rubicon and The Mission Continues run beside and cheer on one of […]
NYC Marathon: At Mile 20, The Bronx
The Bronx is known for being one of the most tiring spots in the TCS New York City Marathon.
Veterans job fair helps vets find a career
The Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA) and Advertising Week put on the fair, which featured around 20 employers.
Suits and job training offer hope to veterans
In 1980 veteran, Nelson Quinones, was rushing to get to the car repair company where he worked when he was […]
Quiet Reflection on the 11th Anniversary of 9/11
Two veterans at Zuccotti Park made sacrifices because of 9/11.
Yoga for veterans
Veterans say that it can have a variety of beneficial effects, including relief from mental symptoms brought on by PTSD.
DADT repealed, but real change still pending
Despite the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, details of when it will go into effect remain speculative.