Celebrating nearly three decades of the Phoenix Veteran's Day Parade

For 26 years, the Phoenix Veteran's Day Parade has been paying tribute to veterans with spectators who line the street for miles. In 2022, one of the floats passing by comes from the Filipino American National Historical Society with the help of the Military Support Foundation which adopts units before they deploy and takes care of not only the soldier but their families as well.

Phoenix area veteran miraculously walking again with ReWalk robotics exoskeleton

A Valley veteran is getting the chance to walk again after nearly a decade in a wheelchair. Richard Neider is an Army combat veteran and suffered a spinal cord injury while serving in Operation Iraqi Freedom. For the last decade he was bound to a wheelchair, but now he's able to walk again thanks to a ReWalk robotics exoskeleton.

Veterans to be laid to rest in Phoenix and honored for their service to America

A special public ceremony is taking place in Phoenix on Aug. 31. 20 unclaimed veterans, and two spouses, will be laid to rest and honored for their service to this country. They were identified with the help of "The Missing in America Veteran Recovery Program." The group locates, identifies and helps provide a final resting place for these veterans, who may have no family left.