“Invictus” means “unconquered.” For veterans who have been injured while serving their country, sport can provide an invaluable holistic healing process. Host Diane Trees discusses the importance of the Invictus Games with a competitor and an organizer of the 2016 Games, which will be held in Orlando and will include athletes from 15 countries. Opening Ceremony Photo Gallery:Visit the Site
Former Navy rescue swimmer Michael Roggio recovered from a major injury to compete in the 2016 Invictus Games in Orlando.
The B-29 Superfortress was a World War II bomber that was instrumental in the U.S. campaign against Japan. Close to 4,000 were built during the war, but today only ONE still flies. Harry Boswell is a 92-year-old veteran who flew B-29s in the war...and he boarded her for a memorable flight from Orlando to DeLand. Our camera was there to record this grand reunion.Visit the Site
Three special World War 2 veterans were honored recently at the Orlando Science Center at the groundbreaking of a new monument to celebrate the Tuskegee airmen...the first all African American military airmen. They had to overcome racial discrimination and segregation of the 1940s just to be able to join the Army Air Forces. The pilots talk about their experiences as young black men just trying to do their part for their country.Visit the Site
For many of our veterans coming back from war, adjusting to civilian life can certainly have its challenges. In this episode we'll hear about the surprising magnitude of the problems that face our veterans. Two Central Floridians talk about addressing the life-altering challenges that face our veterans when they return home.Visit the Site