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  • Veterans Honor Guard

    The volunteers behind the Spokane Area Veterans Honor Guard give hundreds of hours, in five- to seven-minute increments, to honor veterans who have died. It only takes five to seven …

  • Headstone for a forgotten veteran

    Malbert Cooper of Spokane served six years in the U.S. Army, beginning in 1910. When he died in 1979, he had no one to make sure he was recognized as …

  • Veterans return to school

    The Murrow News Service, based at Washington State University, shares this story about war veterans returning to their college careers after serving overseas.

  • Beyond the Yellow Ribbon

    From the 2009 video archives: The Veterans Outreach Center and the Spokane Valley Fire Department bring 20 severely wounded combat veterans together to share their experiences during four days of …

  • Honor Guard

    On May 20, honor guard teams got together at the yet-unfinished Washington State Veterans Cemetery in Medical Lake to practice the rituals of military funerals. The cemetery, the first of …

  • Voices of War: May Alm

    Very few World War II veterans alive today can say they followed Gen. George Patton onto the beaches of Normandy before joining his soldiers for the fierce fight against with …

  • Voices of War: Art Anderson

    Art Anderson is a World War II and Korean War veteran. In this audio slideshow he talks about part of his experience in the Chosin Reservoir in Korea during the …

  • Evergreen Platoon reunites

    OLYMPIA – In 1968, 80 young men from Washington state stood in their white shirts and thin black ties in the echoing state Capitol and listened to then-Gov. Dan Evans …

  • Voices of War: Far, but not removed

    World War II veteran John H. Wills recounts his experiences in Iran during the war.

  • Voices of War: Wake Island capture

    WWII veteran Frank Mace tells about the execution of U.S. military personnel after being captured at Wake Island.

  • Voices of War: Live torpedo

    WWII veteran Frank Mace tells about disarming a torpedo while working on a Japanese ship as a P.O.W.

  • 396th Combat Support Hospital homecoming

    Eight soldiers from Spokane’s 396th Combat Support Hosptial returned home Oct. 1, after being deployed in Iraq for more than a year.



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