The number of veterans who served in World War II is diminishing rapidly, along with their stories of combat and survival.
Now in its 22nd year, "Stories From Wartime" gathers stories from veterans of major U.S. wars. It teaches students to gather oral histories. But for veterans, it's therapeutic.
Donald Stratton was 19 and manning anti-aircraft guns on the U.S.S. Arizona when it was bombed at Pearl Harbor, killing more than a thousand men. Now 94, he is one of only five survivors of the Arizona still alive.
A new documentary tells the story of 218,000 American service members buried overseas, including members of Colorado's famed 10th Mountain Division.
What was supposed be an "uneventful" mission quickly turned into one of the most deadly battles in U.S. military history. At least one Marine still feels its impact decades later.
The Coloradan will read his original essay about a vicious battle in Vietnam, along with other veterans, at the Boulder Public Library Nov. 20.
"Recovering" follows injured soldiers, still in or recently out of the military, as they overcome physical disabilities and PTSD by cycling long distances together.
A Colorado veteran and his wife say the government's decision to provide medical assistance for injured veterans who can't have children means couples will have the chance to start families.
The Veterans Affairs internal watchdog will look into claims that three facilities in Colorado kept veterans waiting for care and falsified records