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    US Rep. Joe Wilson sponsors SC fair for vets

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    A South Carolina congressman is sponsoring an event to acquaint military veterans with resources available to them. More>>

    Leaders honor vets with visits to Lowcountry

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    U.S. Sen. Rand Paul is again making stops in South Carolina along with Mark Sanford and Tim Scott.
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    Patriots Point to honor vets on Veterans Day with free admission

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    Patriots Point Naval and Maritime Museum will open its gates for free to members of the military and their families in honor of Veterans Day. More>>

    Charleston honors veterans with annual parade

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    Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center officials have released the plan for this year's Veterans Day Parade. More>>

    Medal of Honor recipient to visit VA Medical Center

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    An American hero who helped his comrades during a 2008 firefight in Afghanistan and earned the medal of honor, will visit the peninsula Wednesday. More>>

    Patriots Point joins N.Charleston as Regional Site for Veterans Day

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    Part of being a Regional Site means that the Dept. of Veterans Affairs provides support for the museum's activities that day, and helps to promote the event to veterans and their families. More>>

    North Charleston hosts Tribute to our Veterans

    Hundreds of veterans will be honored at the annual Veterans Day ceremony in North Charleston. More>>

    DC Lawnmower Man braves elements once again for veterans Video included

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    The one-man cleanup crew who stepped up as non-essential federal groundskeepers sit at home is back at the Lincoln Memorial Friday. More>>

    Charity motorcycle ride to benefit veterans, the homeless

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    Palmetto Goodwill is hosting an event to benefit local homeless and struggling veterans on Sunday. More>>

    ETV airing story of decorated WWII veteran Bell

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    South Carolina Educational Television is airing the story of World War II veteran Ted Bell, who led a daring attack in 1945 to secure a Japanese ridge. More>>

    Volunteers help clean up veteran's home after a fire

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    As the trash piled up, an Air Force veteran continues to be in awe of the people coming to help him. More>>

    SC lawyers, students help veterans with benefits

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    South Carolina's military veterans are getting some free legal help filing or appealing benefits claims with the Veterans Administration. More>>

    Tim Scott: honor SC Korean war veterans at 2 sites

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    Two ceremonies are being held in Spartanburg and Charleston to honor South Carolina veterans of the Korean War. More>>

    Wounded veteran's friends rally for support, raise money for family

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    Folks in Folly Beach helped out a friend who survived three tours of duty in Iraq and is now fighting for his life. More>>

    Crisis Ministries awarded $2 million grant to help veterans

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    Crisis Ministries was awarded a $2 million grant that it will used to assist homeless veterans, officials announced in a release on Monday. More>>

    SC ceremony to honor Korean War veterans

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    Veterans of the Korean War are being honored at a ceremony featuring the presentation of service medals to more than 100 veterans of the conflict. More>>

    French ambassador honors SC WWII veterans with Legion of Honor

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    Seven World War II veterans from South Carolina were honored Monday by the French Ambassador to the U.S. More>>

    VA says 7,000 vets' identities may be compromised

    Thousands of South Carolina veterans are being warned their personal information might have been compromised after a laptop went missing from the William Jennings Bryan Dorn VA Medical Center in Columbia. More>>

    Clemson opens student center for military veterans

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    Clemson University is holding a grand opening for its first-ever campus center devoted to helping military veterans succeed as students. More>>

    Carrier Classic will return to Yorktown in 2013

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    The Carrier Classic will return to the USS Yorktown to open the college basketball season despite last weekend's canceled contest between Ohio State and Marquette. More>>

    Veterans Day: Local veteran reflects on service

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    Lt. Col. Hugh Rutledge, 98, reflects on his almost-30 years of army service through three wars. More>>

    Special guest speaks to students at Ashley Hall on Veterans Day

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    Ashley Hall girl's school had a special guest come to talk to students on this Veterans Day. More>>

    Veterans Day parade honors local heroes

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    It was a somber tribute to our nation's heroes. More>>

    What to know about PTSD and Veterans

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    The VA Medical Center wants all PTSD sufferers to give them a call. More>>

    Holocaust survivor: I was so hungry I would eat the grass

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    There's not a spot inside Diny Adkins house where the 74-year-old is not reminded of the message of peace, she's made her life's mission to spread. More>>

    Veterans hold memorial aboard USS Laffey

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    Members of the U.S.S. Laffey Association held a memorial ceremony Tuesday aboard the ship. More>>

    Holiday snapshot: Veterans Day

    Veterans Day commemorates the armistice which ended World War I at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month in 1918. More>>

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