Once A Marine

Wounded in War, Resilient at Home: One Marine’s Mission to Overcome

Switching His Focus

A soldier says training on his terms for the Warrior Games is making him a better man .

This year, the Army’s Training and Doctrine Command is hosting the event, and first-time Warrior Games competitor and Army veteran Sgt. Jason Smith, 36, will represent his branch in the bench press, shot put, discus and rowing. He is hoping to share his favorite lifting strategies with the other athletes, but also push his personal limits.

Fired Up About Fun

Program pairing veterans with differently abled kids provides fitness for bright futures

Rolling the Globe

When Air Force veteran Sylvia Longmire was diagnosed with MS, she had to rewrite her mission on life

Heart and Soule

Andy Soule takes home his first ever Paralympic gold medal in PyeongChang

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