When it comes to self-defense, Vinny Cecere figured out that being smart could be the only thing that can keep you safe. Now he's sharing his skills with our veterans and active military.
On Your Side: Vinny CicereWhen it comes to self-defense, Vinny Cecere figured out that being smart could be the only thing that can keep you safe. Now he's sharing his skills with our veterans and active military.
Veterans' Voices: Road Warrior FoundationOne group is combining three wheels, fresh air and open roads to help veterans t overcome life's daily challenges.
Veterans' Voices: Julian RiceVeteran Julian Rice remembers the exact day the military became part of his future.
Veterans' Voices: Lt. Col. Harry StewartMillions of Americans stepped up and contributed during WWII, but for people of color, volunteering wasn't as easy as you might think.
Veteran's Voices: Paws For LifeVeteran's Voices takes a look at a unique prison program which rescues dogs from local high-kill shelters, brings them to a prison where they're socialized and trained, and then gifts them to veterans suffering from PTSD as therapy dogs.
Veterans' Voices: Jennifer CampbellServing in the military can be physically and emotionally challenging - and for some more than others.
Veterans' Voices: Return To NormandyThree men who made it through D-Day on June 6, 1944, are heading back to the French coastline to pay homage to those whose lives were lost.
Veterans' Voices: Joe McCrackenA World War II aviator has fulfilled a dream he's been harboring for more than 75 years.
Veterans' Voices: Joe MantegnaThe actor talks about his longtime passion for helping vets once they're back home.
Veterans' Voices: The Wall That HealsThe Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington honors all who served in Vietnam - and now a replica is traveling the country to give Americans a chance to pay their respects.
Veterans' Voices: Terry SchappertFrom U.S. Special Forces to TV host, meet one Army vet who has had a lifetime of experience that few of us can imagine.
Veterans' Voices: Housing For Female VetsOne Army vet - formerly homeless herself - is helping others find housing and get back on their feet.
Veterans' Voices: Operation GratitudeA Marine Corp vet is helping to show appreciation to our active duty service men and women.
Veterans' Voices: Training For Combat TraumaA team of elite doctors is trying to recreate a trauma situation out on the field with a hyper-realistic simulation.
Veterans' Voices: Suicide PreventionOne veteran who fought his own battle with PTSD has started a new program.
Veterans' Voices: Businesses Band Together To Help Veterans Get Back On Their FeetMultiple business in Santa Clarita have joined forces to help improve the lives of veterans.
Veterans' Voices: Connecting Vets With StudentsFor two decades an educator in Riverside has helped veterans make connections with the younger generation. He puts veterans and students face to face for a conversation that changes lives.
Veterans' Voices: Special Resources For VetsThe Monrovia Library is offering resources for veterans to help in their job search.
Veterans' Voices: Bringing Pin-Ups Back To LifeA blast from the past is boosting morale for veterans across the country.
Veterans' Voices: Giving BackMarine Corp vet Blas Villalobos says serving is something he'd always wanted to do.
Veterans' Voices: Helping Vets Through The ArtsOne man is trying to help relieve veterans' stress as they reenter civilian life, using the power of the arts. CBS2's Suzanne Marques reports on Hippolife.
Veterans' Voices: Operation Vet SailA new program is helping veterans re-acclimate to civilian life by encouraging them to take the helm. CBS2's Pat Harvey has more on the American Sailing Association's Operation Vet Sail.
Veterans' Voices: Golfing For VetsActor, comedian and Marine Corps veteran Rob Riggle recently hosted his InVETational golf tournament in Westlake Village, which benefits veterans through the Semper Fi Fund. CBS2's Pat Harvey takes us there.
Veterans' Voices: Fighting For Vets' Health ProtectionsA veteran suddenly found himself in mysterious, crippling pain. Then he almost died because of a misdiagnosis at the VA, and was left unprotected by a decades-old loophole. Pat Harvey has the story of the man who's now taking his fight for other veterans to the U.S. Capitol.