Amerian Homefront As More Veterans Start Businesses, States And Universities Lend A Hand By Bobbie O'Brien • Sep 14, 2018 Bobbie O'Brien / American Homefront Around the country, state governments and other agencies are trying to promote entrepreneurship among military veterans. A New Kind of Military Training: Corporations Prepare Troops For Civilian Jobs By Libby Denkmann • Mar 9, 2018 Libby Denkmann / American Homefront BMW, Microsoft, and CVS are among the companies that conduct on-base job training for service members who will soon leave the military. Aboard A Rescue Flight: Air Force Evacuations Continue From Virgin Islands By Julio Ochoa • Oct 2, 2017 Julio Ochoa / WUSF Public Media More than a week after Hurricane Maria, the Air Force continues daily medical evacuation flights from St. Croix. Patients are heading to South Carolina, Georgia, and elsewhere. 50 Years After Vietnam, POW/MIA Movement Counts Its Successes - One At A Time By Jay Price • Sep 27, 2017 Jay Price / American Homefront In the Vietnam War era, Americans became more interested in recovering missing troops -- largely because of the activism of some military families.