Veterans: Celebrating Our Heroes
A look at the men and women who have served America in the military
Filming vets with PTSD in therapy
Why a group of veterans with PTSD allowed 60 Minutes cameras to record their gut-wrenching therapy sessions and air them on national television
Vets to trek to South Pole with war's "invisible injury"
American veterans recovering from depression, PTSD find mutual support on 200-mile "Walking with the Wounded" trek in Antarctica
WWII veteran refuses to close the book on his life
As part of our continuing series "On the Road," Steve Hartman meets 90-year-old Ed Bray, who served in World War II and has two Purple Hearts, but who could never read what they were for. After 89 years of covering up his illiteracy, Ed is starting a new chapter.
President honors 107-year-old American veteran
World War II veteran Richard Overton -- an American veteran who survived Pearl Harbor and fought in Iwo Jima and Okinawa, Japan -- was honored in a Veteran's Day ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery.
The shortest war stories -- terror and tedium in just 6 words
Veterans strip their experiences to the essentials -- and begin to heal
Vietnam Medal of Honor recipient remembered by his hometown
Lake Charles in Louisiana unveiled a statue in a ceremony for Veterans Day
Fighting in South Vietnam -- in a Cessna
As a forward air controller during the Vietnam War, Thomas Patrick Laffey flew a "Bird Dog" -- it was his job to try to make sure bombs or napalm didn't land on civilians
Iwo Jima to Afghanistan, a family goes to war
Stephen Barton didn't know his grandfather but heard his mother's memories
Helping veterans heal through filmmaking
A civilian has combined his love of filmmaking and a family legacy in the military to help veterans heal from post-traumatic stress. Benjamin Patton runs "I Was There" workshops, week-long lessons that culminate in a short film. Civilian filmmakers team with the vets who conceive, write, shoot and edit the piece -- all while collaborating with fellow PTS sufferers. "CBS This Morning" contributor Lee Woodruff reports.
Navy surgeon saves lives in Afghanistan, Iraq
Capt. Joseph Rappold served seven deployments as a trauma surgeon, assigned to busiest field hospitals
Korean and American soldiers, still side by side
Korean War veterans stick together in Oregon so that their war is not forgotten
Son discovers his father's heroism in Korean War
A group of soldiers help spruce up a veteran's home to mark the end of the Korean War
From fighting in Vietnam to protecting children
One of the first police officers to reach the downed airplane in Shanksville on 9/11 talks about what drives him
Fighting the Japanese in Burma, surviving malaria
An infantryman with Merrill's Marauders recalls brutal warfare and memories that haunted him
Blinded Vietnam veteran makes advancing technologies "worth a darn"
Former Marine Sgt. John Fales, Jr., was blinded in Vietnam combat in 1966. He has since spent his life making sure everyone - from fellow blinded veterans to members of Congress - understands what's freely available to sensory-disabled vets to ensure them as normal a life as possible. Lindsey Boerma reports.