94 year old Betty Strohfus helped train air combat crews during World War II.
A pair of twins from Green Bay remember their service
Appleton man served as navigator on 50 missions that took out key Nazi war production targets. Never spoke much about his experiences, until recently
An army veteran of the first gulf war enlisted with an eye toward's getting an education. But Local Five's Terry Kovarik shows us this week's "Hometown Hero" is now using his military experiences to give back to veterans in need.
"Hometown Hero" saw compassion for enemy pilot and relief when Japan surrendered
David Behrend works on housing for disabled, displace vets and their families
A Vietnam veteran from Green Bay kept military infrastructure running during wartime.
Our Hometown Hero is a De Pere native hoping to bring more awareness to PTSD and traumatic brain injuries.
Local Five Honors the late Jack De Moulin, who fought for fellow atomic war veterans.
Our Hometown Hero is an atomic war veteran living in Kewaunee who marched toward the mushroom cloud for the US Army.
Richard Cmeyla is the last Pearl Harbor survivor from Kewaunee County.
Through his experiences, a Chilton man helps other veterans with PTSD.
Why do federal employees get a paid holiday for Veteran's Day, but not veterans? Two local hometown heroes work to change that.
Local 5 is proud to bring you another one of our Hometown Heroes.
Tonight's Hometown Hero is Bob Young, a WWII veteran who fought at Iwo Jima.
Brian Duka-Smith has served two tours of duty in Iraq with the Marines.
In this week's Hometown Hero, we meet a man who is spending his retirement helping children in need.
Drafted right out of high school, Harold Kummer dedicated his life to his country by serving as a Heavy Mortar Crewman in World War II.
Every Friday, Local Five News honors a Hometown Hero in our community.
Sgt. Alexander, a member of the 432nd Civil Affairs Battalion wounded in Afghanistan in November 2011, is getting ready to leave the Minneapolis Veterans Hospital.