The Comfort Crew is a non-profit organization that seeks to support children with parents in the military, and who help families deal with issues other kids may not experience. Watch how they help kids face the challenges of frequent moves, parental deployments and the emotional times.
On December 7th, 1941, Americans huddled close to their radios. The flash: a sneak attack against the U.S. Naval Base in Pearl Harbor. Soon, military recruitment offices were packed with brave men and women who wanted to defend their country.
"Remember December Seventh!" became a rallying cry during World War II. The people who were alive that day remember exactly where they were when they heard the news - and Navy Lieutenant Jim Downing is no exception. He knows where he was... because he was right in the middle of the action.
Navy men on the U.S.S. Theodore Roosevelt understand sacrifice firsthand as they embark on a year-long deployment. Some say their faith in God brings them courage during their assignment.
Elaine Lowry Byre has four children in the military -- and certainly has had her share of missed holidays, tear-filled goodbyes, and sleepless nights. Here's how she holds down the homefront.
Melissa is preparing for a year’s deployment on a Navy ship, leaving behind her 8-year-old son with her mother. But their home is damp and moldy and needs lots of work. See who volunteers to make her house shipshape.