The Marine Corps-Law Enforcement Foundation helps children who lost a parent serving our country at home or abroad. It ensures their dreams can still come true by providing scholarship funds for higher education.
The U.S. Air Force may be the newest military branch, but it has had a public museum dedicated to its achievements since 1955.
An iPhone app launched by the U.S. Army lets soldiers post blogs anytime, anywhere as part of the Army Strong Stories program.
This museum is dedicated to honoring the U.S. Navy. Features include naval artifacts, models, documents and art that chronicle the history of the sea service.
Rising above U.S. Interstate 95 from a site adjacent to Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia, this museum serves as a tribute to former, current and future U.S. Marines.
This free iPhone app provides information and tools for veterans and service members suffering from PTSD.
Scheduled to open to the public in 2015, this facility located at Fort Belvoir, Virginia, will be the U.S. Army's national landmark.
Designed to educate people about and assist with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), this virtual experience in Second Life offers access to several beneficial simulations.
This initiative launched by the U.S. Defense Department has several purposes to recognize the varied sacrifices and triumphs of the Vietnam War.
Jammies for GIs works to provide a clean change of clothes, entertainment and other goods to those who came to harm fighting for their country.