The American Veteran: Veterans Legacy Program, adaptive sports and a Medal of Honor recipient looks back



The newest episode of VA’s The American Veteran  features stories about: a disabled Navy Veteran who learned to ski at the age of 63; how one Veteran used the GI Bill and other VA’s services to turn his life around; an Army Veteran’s reflection on the Battle of Khe Sanh – a battle for which he received the Medal of Honor; and the Veterans Legacy Program, a project by VA’s National Cemetery Administration to remember and honor those buried in our national cemeteries. .

Watch episode #1102 above.

Author

Megan Moloney

— Megan joined VA in May 2013. She is the daughter, granddaughter and spouse of Army and Navy Veterans who served in World War I, World War II, Korea, Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan.

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  1. leticia crawford    

    i have taken care of 2 100% disabled vetrans, my husband and brother korea and vietnam. it wasnt easy, they are both deceasednow, i would do it again. i am lonely without them.

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