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A Place To Call Home

Video: Medal of Honor Recipient Honored With A House

Leroy Petry was honored for his service with a Medal of Honor and also with a house for his family. What better way to thank a veteran for his service than with a place to finally call home?

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VeteranAGT1This Veteran Wows Us AGAIN With His Amazing Voice! You Don’t Want To Miss This!

Paul Leti brought the crowd (and judges) to their feet in his first audition on America's Got Talent. In case you missed it, you can check it out here. This time, he comes back for the Judgement Week rounds, and impresses the judges yet again!

WeightLoss1This Is The Most Inspiring Weight Loss Story I’ve Ever Seen!

After doctors told him he would never walk again, Arthur started gaining weight. Determined to change his lifestyle, Arthur started doing workouts and stayed motivated no matter how many times he fell. His story is one of true strength and determination, and it will make you smile!

PrayForPeace1Reba McEntire is Calling You to Action: “Pray for Peace”

In the midst of conflicts around the world, many of which result from underlying religious motives, country music superstar Reba McEntire asks us to pray for something greater than victory. Her new hit song, "Pray for Peace," calls on humanity to surpass our seemingly insurmountable self-constructed religious barriers, and to reach for a greater wisdom, fellowship, and love for one another -- no matter the background or creed.

Col. Ralph Jenkins meets his Tallahassee Lassie once again.WWII Pilot Reunited with Long-Lost Love (And His Wife’s Okay with It)

Nearly seven decades ago, Colonel Ralph Jenkins said goodbye to his faithful lady -- the P-47 Thunderbolt that safely returned him to earth over the course of 129 missions. Now, the 95-year-old veteran gets to meet the Tallahassee Lassie at a local airshow. See this unusual reunion.

ApolloEleven1Forty-Five Years Ago, Two Veterans Became the First Humans to Set Foot Upon the Moon

The Apollo 11 spacecraft launched from the Kennedy Space Center's Launch Complex on July 16, 1969. On July 20, Mission Commander Neil Armstrong became the first human to set foot on the moon, followed closely by Lunar Module Pilot Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin -- Command Module Pilot Michael Collins looked on from the Moon's orbit. All three were U.S. Air Force veterans, as well as veteran astronauts. This historic event preceded five more successful manned moon-landing missions for the Apollo program, ending with the Apollo 17 mission -- the last time anyone has been on the lunar surface.

Help Veterans Provide Disaster Response
Rather than focusing on vocational training that attempts to teach new job skills, Team Rubicon repurposes veterans' existing skills — emergency medicine, risk assessment and mitigation, teamwork and decisive leadership — to solve another need: more effective disaster response.

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