“You know, you look like Geronimo,” the mayor of Menifee,...
For one female Navy pioneer, she continued to lead the way...
Many Native American veterans who participated in a...
Military service for Muskogee and other Native American...
“My little brothers, I never thought they’d enlist because...
“How do you remember something? The smell, the taste of...
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Veterans

Cherokee Nation Release
12/27/14
The Cherokee Nation honored two U.S. Army veterans and a Navy veteran with the Cherokee Medal of Patriotism during the December Tribal Council meeting...
Cherokee Nation Release
12/23/14
A copy of the Lord’s Prayer in the Cherokee language carried by a Cherokee World War II veteran is now in the possession of the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of the Ame...
Lynn Armitage
12/21/14
“You know, you look like Geronimo,” the mayor of Menifee, California, once told Michael Cano. It’s no wonder...
DoD News
12/15/14
For one female Navy pioneer, she continued to lead the way as the head woman dancer at a recent Native American Veterans Association Annual Veterans Appreciation and Heritage Day P...
Richard Walker
12/11/14
Many Native American veterans who participated in a university survey about Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder say traditional healing therapies are more effective for them than conven...
David Vergun
12/10/14
Military service for Muskogee and other Native American tribes is more than just a civic duty, said Harry Beaver. For them, the warrior spirit is a way of life...
Jesse Hillis
12/8/14
“My little brothers, I never thought they’d enlist because they were all little kids, looking up to me. I thought they couldn’t do what I did...
Jesse Hillis
12/7/14
“How do you remember something? The smell, the taste of something can bring you back. For me, it’s pain...
Jesse Hillis
12/6/14
Those who have watched the 1998 World War II epic Saving Private Ryan may recall its story about a young private whose brothers were killed in battle and that a group of soldiers w...
Jesse Hillis
12/5/14
“War is hell and it isn’t right, but when your country needs you, you cannot turn your back on it,” says Mervyn Hillis, a Navajo veteran of the Vietnam War...

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