One of the organizers of Woodstock says he never imagined that weekend would still be such a major part of his life more than 40 years later. But he says its lessons and legacy are just as relevant today.
She’s spent 35 years helping and loving the orphans of the world, and she’s not doing it from a distance — she moves to disaster-stricken areas to provide as much help as possible.
With his brother, Tommy Smothers has spent decades fighting injustice and intolerance, and they’re still at it.
Decorated combat pilot Joe Kittinger has been pushing the envelope since he jumped out of a high-altitude balloon just past the edge of space. At age 80, he’s still flying high and telling remarkable stories about his legendary life.
In 1972, decorated combat pilot and legendary aviator Joe Kittinger was shot down and imprisoned in the “Hanoi Hilton.” The man in the next cell was John McCain. For the first time, Kittinger speaks out on camera about their experiences.
Kirk Bauer has devoted more than 35 years of service to Disabled Sports USA, He knows how important the games can be. He lost a leg during combat in Vietnam.
In her book, “Voices From Vietnam,” author Charlene Edwards takes an intimate look at the battle scars still haunting Vietnamese and U.S. troops.