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Veterans' Voices: Using Military Strengths In The ClassroomIt can be difficult transitioning out of the military into civilian life. CBS2's Pat Harvey shows us one LAUSD program that helps veterans use their military strengths in the classroom.
Veterans' Voices: Fighting The War On TerrorA U.S. Army sergeant is sharing his stories from the front line of the global war on terror. CBS2's Pat Harvey has more on the firefights he survived and the rescues he helped pull off.
Veterans' Voices: Connecting Vets And RecruitsLt. Col. Patrick Flood is helping veterans and recruits 'be all they can be'.
Veterans' Voices: Gone Fishin'A local group of anglers shares their passion for fishing with vets and treats them to a carefree day on the water.
Veterans' Voices: 97-Year-Old WWII Vet Tells Her StoryShe signed up to serve as an Army nurse during World War II. 75 years later, she's telling her story. Pat Harvey reports.
Veterans' Voices: Preserving WWII Vets' StoriesA photographer is traveling the U.S. to interview the last surviving World War II veterans, taking their pictures and documenting their experiences. Pat Harvey reports.
Veterans' Voices: Telling Latino Vietnam Vets' StoriesA Latino veteran's son was so inspired by his father's service in Vietnam that he turned his and other vets' stories into a play. Pat Harvey reports.
Veterans' Voices: Helping Entrepreneurs Make Dreams Come TrueMeet a group of veteran entrepreneurs with big dreams – and a program designed specifically for their success. Pat Harvey reports.
Veterans Voices: Call Of DutyFor U.S. Navy vet August Dannehl, 9/11 was a call he could not ignore. Pat Harvey reports.
Veterans' Voices: Merging Vets & PlayersA group of former pro athletes is working to help vets returning home from active duty.
Veterans' Voices: Poisoned At Camp Lejeune?As many as 900,000 servicemembers may have been exposed to contaminated water over decades at Camp Lejeune. One local veteran who was stationed there wants to share his story with others who may have been affected. Pat Harvey reports.
Veterans' Voices: Operation CoachTransitioning out of the military can be a challenge for veterans entering the next chapter of their life. Veterans with a passion for sports can make a difference in the life of a child while advancing their own. Pat Harvey reports.
Veterans' Voices: Healing Invisible Wounds With MusicLocal veterans are coping with PTSD and depression through the power of music. Pat Harvey reports.
Veterans' Voices: How A Homeless Vet Turned His Life AroundQuintin Sherard lost his wife to cancer and lost custody of his baby daughter. After living on the streets of San Bernardino, he found help that's available to all veterans in need. Pat Harvey reports.
Veterans’ Voices: Golden Age GamesThe Golden Age Games give veterans over the age of 55 the opportunity to compete against each other in sporting events – but it's about more than that. Crystal Cruz reports.
Veterans' Voices: Marines Vet Gives Back As Ingelwood's First Female Post Commander For The American LegionWhen Starr Manning finished her active duty and reentered civilian life, she spent 5 years bouncing from job to job. Then, she got her big break at a resource fair and landed a job as Safety Manager for the LA Stadium project in Inglewood. Now, she is giving back as the first female Post Commander for the American Legion.
Veterans' Voices: Navy Vet Aspires To "Go Hollywood"Like many who aspire to break into the entertainment industry, Sung Kim interns at a production company while holding down two part-time jobs. What's unique about Sung's situation is that at 28, he's just started an internship.
Veterans' Voices: The Fight At HomeCBS2/KCAL9 kicks off a new weekly series listening to veteran's stories. In this installment, Lamont Duncan talks about what happens to many veterans when they return home. Pat Harvey reports.