Your family has been anticipating this day since forever, and finally, your soldier’s deployment is coming to an end. Preparing yourself for the big day and what comes after will require more than simply hanging up a banner and baking a cake. Every military family is different, but most will benefit from these home coming tips.
At Arlington National Cemetery and across the U.S. on this Memorial Day, Americans paused to remember the high price of freedom. Some 30,000 people participated in a relay called “Carry the Load”.
More than 73,000 Americans who fought in WWII are still missing. Until recently, that number included a group of Marine aviators. CBS 11 takes a look at how a family from Lucas traveled to the South Pacific to help find the heroes and bring them home.
There are a growing number of families that are not honored for losing loved ones who served their country. Their family members committed suicide. Monday, counselors and families who’ve known people who’ve committed suicide met at a pavilion in Trinity Park.
It has been the scene of thousands of tearful reunions, hugs and cheers. The “Welcome Home A Hero” program has provided many touching images and memories, but the program is coming to an end this week.
The families of military members would do anything to protect their loved ones serving overseas. At least, that’s what criminals have discovered.
The Dallas Zoo is honoring members of the armed forces this Fourth of July weekend. As part of “Celebrate Freedom Weekend” there will be free admission for service members.
Tonya Shanz says she worries about her son running into a land mine, the violence of war and she’s not happy that so far Congress has failed to come up with a federal budget before tonight’s midnight deadline.