Badass Pilot Episode 2: Crash Landing and Rebuilding a Harrier Jet — AARP
After arriving from England in pieces, Art’s dream plane, the Harrier jump jet, seems to be ready to fly! But Art's dream quickly turns into a nightmare when the Harrier experiences catastrophic hydraulic failure on the first flight.
How Tiny Houses Could Get Veterans Off The Streets — AARP
A nonprofit is building tiny houses for veterans in Kansas City, Missouri.
After 75 Years, US Honors Filipino WWII Veterans - AARP
After 75 years, Congress presented Filipino WWII veterans with the Congressional Gold Medal.
Caregiving for Veterans — AARP
Military families know that service doesn’t stop when troops come home. Family caregivers are the frontline helping America’s veterans with the physical and psychological aftermath of serving their country.
Dr. Phil Talks Veterans Scams with AARP — AARP
AARP fraud expert Doug Shadel appeared on Dr. Phil to discuss veterans scams and Operation Protect Veterans.
How One Veteran Would Be Hurt by the Health Tax
It costs Bill Hicks $450/day to ensure his wife gets the care she needs for her Parkinson’s disease. The proposed “health tax” in the tax reform bill would increase that cost by a staggering $25,000/year.
Vietnam Veteran Returns 50 Years Later, to Teach — AARP
Seventy-year-old Ray Wilkinson is one of a surprising number of Vietnam veterans who have chosen to return to Southeast Asia to help the people whose lives were devastated by the war.
Homeless Veteran Gets Place to Call Home - AARP
A homeless Iraq war veteran in California has a unique place to finally call home. Vernon Poling moved into an apartment made of shipping containers. The complex built for homeless veterans is believed to be the first of its kind in the nation.
This Veteran Is Spreading Patriotism Through Art - AARP
In October 2015, Brian Steorts created Flags of Valor, a veteran owned and operated business that creates wooden American flag artwork.
Dancing Brings Joy, Relief to Veterans with PTSD - AARP
Nothing puts a smile on Roosevelt Smiths face quite like dancing. Smith is one of a few dozen veterans with PTSD or traumatic brain injuries who fight depression and anxiety with a group dancing class at an AmVets post in Louisville, Kentucky.
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