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Veterans behind bars train service dogs for other vets suffering from PTSD

Veterans behind bars train service dogs for other vets suffering from PTSD

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Incarcerated veterans are finding a new since of purpose by training dogs to help other veterans on the outside who suffer from PTSD. After two tours in Iraq, an inmate named Kasey who suffers from similar traumatic combat disorder is severing twenty years at Stafford Creek Corrections Center for aggravated assault.


Boy whose policeman-dad died in 2011 crash gets escort to school from 100 officers

Boy whose policeman-dad died in 2011 crash gets escort to school from 100 officers

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More than 100 law enforcement officers gathered from across Texas to walk Kevin Will from his house to Willow Creek Elementary School in Tomball ISD Tuesday where he would start his first of kindergarten...

Fort Campbell Soldier rescues autistic teen

Fort Campbell Soldier rescues autistic teen

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Recalling the events that happened still bring Martie Weeks to tears. Her family was tubing down the Red River in Clarksville, TN when she and her autistic son, Ronnie Harris, became separated and caught under a tree. Fortunately, Army Sergeant First Class Timothy Hansen was just up the river with his family when they heard Martie crying out.

Retired Airman visits Vietnam vet to ‘relieve him of duties’

Retired Airman visits Vietnam vet to ‘relieve him of duties’

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Lawrence Silk has to report for duty in Vietnam.That's what the 84-year-old Air Force veteran has been telling his family for months.Despite their assurances, they couldn't convince him that the war was ov...

Fallen Marine memorialized by family and friends

Fallen Marine memorialized by family and friends

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A quiet fell over the room as a group of Dietrich Schmieman's fellow Marines stood in a line facing their commanding officer. The crowd hushed in silence as the roll call started. Each of the Marines answered -- until Schmieman's name was called. "Sgt. Schmieman," the call started. "Sgt. Dietrich Schmieman! Sgt. Dietrich Aaron Schmieman!" As a 21-gun salute boomed outside, sniffles and sobs broke out among the 200 people gathered Saturday at Central Church in Richland.