Employees at Lowe's in New York came to the rescue of a Vietnam veteran who had been waiting two years for a new wheelchair.
Revolutionary renovations are underway at the Chennault Aviation And Military Museum.
North Louisiana veterans were treated to steak at an annual event at the veteran's home on highway 165 in Monroe.
It was a long time coming, but an 88-year-old World War II Texas veteran who joined the Marines before graduating high school finally got his diploma this week.
Hundreds of men and women, part of the Monroe-based 528th Engineer Battalion of the National Guard. They'll be sent to Kuwait for a year-long deployment.
In 1916, a high-ranking U.S. military board revoked Medals of Honor from nearly 1,000 recipients, a move that sent shockwaves across the country as former service members suddenly found themselves stripped of their hard-won awards.
City officials and veterans remember lost military men and women with a wreath ceremony at Monroe City Hall.
The group took soldiers on a hunting trip and raised funds at a cook out in Downsville.
In El Dorado, a new war monument was dedicated today.
In Morehouse Parish on Saturday, more than 100 people gathered in a rabbit hunt for wounded veterans.
A U.S. veteran is on a 15,000 mile journey across the country to raise awareness about veterans issues. And he's doing it all by foot. Walking on Highway 165 on Monday, we found 52-year old Mac McQuown.
DRA Investment will connect veterans to skills training, employment opportunities.
Blue Star Mothers, Pike from ULM, and other local volunteers packed over 130 care packages for soldiers in Afghanistan.
Students, faculty, and staff from the University of Louisiana at Monroe gathered in the ULM Library Conference Center to honor the veterans who are part of the ULM family. Major General Glenn H. Curtis spoke to a crowded room, and thanked the veterans for their service.
It's time to honor another hometown hero.
Five veterans who have been wounded in combat will be treated to a hunt in Ouachita Parish on Saturday.
The remains of a Louisiana marine who went missing in action during WWII will be returned to his family for burial with full military honors.
69 years ago today, the great Allied invasion of Europe began in Normandy, France.
A Louisiana soldier has died in Afghanistan.