Peter Ferry, 96, makes his first trip back to Victoria's East Sale RAAF base since the Second World War.
The Ode of Remembrance used to make Shelley Lloyd feel guilty about her great uncle. She knew he died in World War I, but little else. She decided to find out more, and her four-year investigation took her all the way to England.
Qantas says it doesn't have any plans to follow Virgin Australia's lead in giving war veterans extra benefits when flying — so we wanted to know what you thought.
Qantas says it has no plans to follow Virgin Australia in giving war veterans priority boarding and public acknowledgement during in-flight announcements, arguing it carries "exceptional people every day" and singling one group out would be difficult.
A new campaign asks Australians to thank veterans. I served for 25 years, but I'd rather you thanked those who work tirelessly in the public interest with a fraction of the recognition, writers Rodger Shanahan.
As the Invictus Games highlight the plight of veterans dealing with post-traumatic stress disorder, new science is emerging about how experience can change DNA and possibly cause intergenerational trauma.
The Invictus Games raises questions about whether host cities like Sydney are prepared enough to cater for the needs of veterans with physical disabilities.
In regional towns across Australia sport is an important thread binding communities together, but for veterans living with injuries and PTSD, being on a team is even more important. That connection can be a lifeline.