Restored Medals For North Texas Korean War Vet & Vietnam War POWTwo North Texas military veterans were presented with restored medals and a Presidential Proclamation in honor of their service in the Korean and Vietnam Wars today in Fort Worth.
Former Cowboys QB Eddie LeBaron Dies At Age 85College football Hall of Famer, former Dallas Cowboys & NFL quarterback and war hero Eddie LeBaron Jr. has died. He was 85.
New National Memorial To Honor Korean War VeteransOne of the men behind the DFW National Cemetery in Oak Cliff is now spearheading creation of a new national memorial. It honors the men who fought a pivotal battle during the Korean War in 1950.
North Texas Health Care System Included In House Hearing On VA Deaths A Department of Veterans Affairs official told a House committee Monday he did not think ongoing problems reported at the North Texas Health System and other facilities are systemic.
Service Members Honored At Skyvue Memorial It is the first Memorial Day for Tiffany Cantell and her family since her husband, SSG Jason Cantell, passed away.
POW/MIA Korean War Veteran Finally Laid To RestAfter being listed as missing in action for more than 60 years a Korean War vet was laid to rest today.
Korean War POW To Be Buried After 62 YearsHelen White quietly sits on the couch thumbing through all the paper work she’s received about her cousin, Army Private First Class Weldon Alonzo Davis.
Korean War Veteran's Body Returns To TexasThe body of a soldier from Burleson arrived at DFW Airport on Wednesday morning for a full military service on Friday. Bobby Ray King left Texas for the Korean War in 1948.
Medal Of Honor Recipient Buried At DFW National CemeteryFor the first time, a Medal of Honor recipient was laid to rest at DFW National Cemetery.
12 North Texas Military Heroes Travel To D.C.A group of 12 brave military heroes and their guests left Dallas Love Field for a two-day tour of Washington D.C. as part of the 'Faces of Freedom' program.
Local Group Reading Names Of Every U.S. Veteran LostSo many do so much to honor our veterans, but this just may be one you've never heard done. A group of North Texas Marines have planned a mission. They are going to read the name of every veteran lost in conflict, aloud, on a single day.
Korean War Veteran's Remains Return To North TexasRuth Davis placed her hand over her heart as her uncle's remains were taken off a jet in a flag-draped casket, marking the soldier's somber return to Texas more than 60 years after he died in the Korean War.