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Chick-Fil-A manager helps WWII vet change tire in act of kindness

By Bradford Betz

When a 96-year-old World War II veteran entered a Maryland Chick-Fil-A Thursday seeking help to replace a flat tire, a manager offered to help “without hesitation,” according to a fellow employee.

Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher speaks out on acquittal: 'We knew the truth the whole time'

By David Montanaro

Decorated Navy SEAL Edward "Eddie" Gallagher joined "Fox & Friends" Wednesday in an exclusive interview after he was found not guilty of murder and attempted murder in the killing of a teenage Islamic State member in Iraq.

Naval warships, faced with steep maintenance costs, fight to survive

By Madeleine Rivera

The Battleship Texas, the last remaining World War I dreadnought, will be moving from its location on the Houston Ship Channel to another spot along the upper Texas coastline in order to generate more visitors and revenue. Meanwhile, the ship is facing $35 million in repairs.

Medal of Honor recipient: Trump allowing team to be part of ceremony 'meant so much'

By Anna Hopkins

An Iraq war veteran who was awarded the Medal of Honor by President Trump on Tuesday said the experience was "awkward and uncomfortable," but he praised the president for allowing him to include his team in the emotional ceremony. 

Beto pushes 'war tax' that would charge Americans for each new war

By Sam Dorman

Former Rep. Beto O'Rourke, D-Texas, said Monday that as president, he would impose a "modest" tax for each new war as part of his plan to get the United States out of "endless" overseas conflicts.

Beto pushes 'war tax' that would charge Americans for each new war

By Sam Dorman

Former Rep. Beto O'Rourke, D-Texas, said Monday that as president, he would impose a "modest" tax for each new war as part of his plan to get the United States out of "endless" overseas conflicts.

Lawmakers unveil bill to make airport screening easier for wounded vets

By Brooke Singman

Lawmakers unveiled a bill last week that would make Transportation Security Administration (TSA) screening faster and easier for wounded and disabled veterans in an effort to "remedy concerns" injured veterans have when traveling through the nation's airports. 

Lawmakers unveil bill to make airport screening easier for wounded vets

By Brooke Singman

Lawmakers unveiled a bill last week that would make Transportation Security Administration (TSA) screening faster and easier for wounded and disabled veterans in an effort to "remedy concerns" injured veterans have when traveling through the nation's airports. 

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