The Military City Miles & Memories Bike Ride will take place in San Antonio and is a charity memorial event that honors fallen service members while raising money for Memories of Honor. Participants can choose from various distances to accommodate all levels of cyclists. Each participant will be provided with an honor bib which contains the name, branch of service, and date of passing for one of our fallen service members.
Written by Levi Garcia on Sep 28 2022 - 2:22pm
Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on May 19 2016 - 8:59pm
Replay the video from Dr. Bernd Wollschlaeger's discussion of his book, "A German Life: Against All Odds, Change is Possible." Dr. Wollschlaeger described his struggle growing up in Germany in the shadow of his father, a highly-decorated WWII German tank commander and Nazi officer. Dr. Wollschlaeger eventually converted to Judaism, emigrated to Israel and served in the Israel Defense Forces as a medical officer.
Written by Sen. Leticia V… on Aug 29 2013 - 5:04pm
The first day of September is near - an important day in state government. That's the day that many new laws will take effect - in fact, more than I can list here, but this is a small sampling of what's to come (plus some new laws that have already taken effect during the summer): Education: Various parts of House Bill 5, this session's biggest public education measure, take effect at different times.
Written by UT Health Scie… on Aug 12 2013 - 4:14pm
In an unprecedented show of support for our nation’s wounded warriors, the U.S. Department of Defense and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs have agreed to provide approximately $45 million over five years for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) research to advance PTSD diagnosis, prevention and treatment for service members and veterans.
Written by David McLemore on Jul 8 2010 - 12:22pm
This update includes five short video highlights as well as the entire, hour-long ceremony. They’ve already signed up to defend this country. Hailing from points across the globe, today, they became Americans. Eight members of the U.S. military traded in their Green Cards for certificates of naturalization to become the newest citizens of the United States Friday in a moving ceremony hosted by the Mexican American Unity Council at its San Antonio headquarters.