XinHua Mesenburg died from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot while stationed at Andrews Joint Base.
Veterans suffering illnesses due to toxic exposure caused by burn pits.
Two-year project digitizes World War I collections from the Ohio History Connection archives.
“It’s kinda overwhelming that we are honored like this.”
Several Monroeville-area vets received Quilts of Honor.
Columnist found Carroll Hosbrook’s WWI letters — one from Armistice Day — in 1978.
Roots in Revolutionary War.
“When I retired, I was in full-time civilian law enforcement 49 years.”
Norwalk resident Bob Germond served from November 1957 through May 1962.
Local students participated in the three-day trip which featured more than 30 area veterans and their spouses or family members.
Woman learns soldier listed as MIA during Vietnam War “ejected out of his plane.”
The Huron County Honor Trip allows veterans to “talk about their past and the memories they have.”
Willard veteran with the U.S. Army shares experiences “driving truck.”
This is the 72nd memorial placed in Ohio.
“It was a trying day and it was a hard day.”