The event took place at the Disabled American Veterans Hall, honoring both active duty Service Members and Veterans from the U.S. and Canada.
This year's theme was celebrating military milestones, with thousands lining downtown Colorado Springs to catch a glimpse.
Co-Founder, Ruby Ridpath, says it all started in 2011, when she and her husband adopted their first war dog.
On Wednesday the job fair sponsored by USAA saw about 1,000 job seekers come through the door.
The soldiers are with the 3rd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, and are part of the group of 3,500 soldiers who deployed in January.
The widow of a fallen service member left overwhelmed after he suddenly died, is able to give her husband, a Vietnam Veteran, the honorary send-off he deserves.
Performers from different countries join with active-duty military bands, first responder pipe bands, and civilian performance groups for the Colorado Military Taptoo.
The couple was told their family was just helping out with a Military appreciation event, but it quickly became much more than that.
A local wounded warrior hopes to one day get back on the open road. Now, southern Colorado motorcyclists are coming together to help him build a modified trike.
Bikers from all across the United States are riding their motorcycles for the 30th annual Colorado POW/MIA recognition ride.
Sgt. Keith Lacey fought 222 active days on the front lines -- a record no one has touched outside the First Division.
Shipping off to the Army is getting a little easier for future soldiers in Cañon City.
Community members are hoping to convince city council to place a life-size bronze statue and the existing plaque in Woodland Park's Memorial Park.
A group of people in Woodland Park is asking the city council to partner with them in an effort to restore the memorial of a hometown hero who was killed in action.
Veterans transitioning from active duty to civilian life are getting a little help, thanks to a new program. It's called the Veterans Local Government Management Fellowship Program and it started in May.
The bracelets are handmade by veterans and cost $22 each.
Hundreds of bikers payed their respects to veterans and those currently serving at the 10th annual Defenders of Freedom: Veterans Recognition Ride Sunday.