Two Northeast soldiers went to Afghanistan on the same mission. Severely wounded, they’re now tackling the same challenges.
That’s how it is for the parents of firefighter Jack Slivinski Jr., who took his own life after a flap that arose after he posed for a calendar that benefits firefighters’ widows.
Two groups that help war veterans team up for a great mission: They're helping America's heroes to cut through red tape.
After serving as a medic alongside Marines in Afghanistan, Port Richmond’s Ray Hatcher is home safe.
John Stankiewicz spent four years in the U.S. Marine Corps about two decades ago, but the 37-year-old Pine Valley resident still hasn’t shaken boot camp from his system.