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Veterans

Colorado Veterans Face Higher Suicide Rates

Veterans in the Western States die by suicide at significantly higher rates than the rest of the country, according to the Department of Veterans Affairs' latest data.

Honor Roll: A Chat With WWII Fighter Pilot Fredric Arnold

In this installment of our conversation series with veterans, we sit down with Fredric Arnold, an artist and former WWII fighter pilot who lost all but one of the group of pilots with whom he graduated from flight school. His sculpture honoring them will go on display later this year at the National World War II Museum.

Honored Guests

This is part of a weekly series, published fresh on Thursday mornings.

Honoring Those Who Serve

There's no shortage of ways to celebrate Veterans Day in the Denver area. Plus, discounts and freebies for our city's military community.

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Colorado Bookshelf: Devotion

New York Times best-selling author and Broomfield resident Adam Makos’ newest book shines light on the heroes of an oft forgotten war.

Our Town: Homelessness In Denver

Tonight, more than 6,000 people in the metro area won’t have homes of their own to sleep in. Even more are on the verge of homelessness because of rising housing costs and a surging population. Think it couldn’t happen to you?

Exercise In Honor Of A Local Hero This Weekend

A fitness challenge at Heritage High School Saturday honors the men lost in Afghanistan 10 years ago during Operation Red Wings, among them Littleton Navy SEAL Danny Dietz.

A Warrior’s Creed

Ten years ago, Littleton native and Navy SEAL Danny Dietz Jr. died in Afghanistan so that one of his teammates might live.

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Nobody’s Hero

Reservists and National Guardsmen returning from Iraq are guaranteed to get their civilian jobs back. But is Uncle Sam really looking out for our troops? Not in Colorado. Just ask Jim Vigil

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