U.S. Navy veteran goes through trying time in Vietnam finally gets overdue honor.
Vietnam veteran helps others vets heal through the "Healing Warrior Hearts" program
Retired navy veteran has a new mission: helping bald eagles and other birds of prey recover from injuries to be released in the wild.
Hometown Hero writes book on faith and duty
B-17 turret gunner injured by flack, saw future of air warfare and finally got his Purple Heart
Adrian Sprosty served as B-24 bomber navigator, tempting fate by having to run more than the normal number of missions. But fate also spared him and his crew.
Rick Barry found it hard to get a higher education. So he set another course: Flying choppers to supply the U.S. troops in Vietnam. And as Local Five's Terry Kovarik reports, this week's "Hometown Hero" is helping other veterans keep their stories alive for future generations.
Green Bay man served as WWII bombardier and had knack for disrupting enemy supply lines and saving lives.
Former sailor remembers D-Day, the amazing ability of LST ships to move troops and material to Normandy and wounded soldiers back to England.
THIS WEEK'S HOMETOWN HERO SERVED IN THE FIRST GULF WAR....BUT ALSO FEELS A VERY STRONG LINK WITH VIETNAM VETERANS. NOW...STEVE CONTO'S (CON'-TOH) PERSONAL MISSION IS TO MAKE SURE DECEASED VETS FROM THAT WAR ARE NOT FORGOTTEN. LOCAL FIVE'S TERRY KOVARIK HAS HIS STORY.