Roel DeLaGarza Jr. and family
WATCH: Military Men Get to Head Home for Father's Day!
By Samantha Leal | 06/16/2013 - 12:00

Roel DeLaGarza Jr. is a member of the Marine Corps, but a more important title he has would be “dad.” Father to three children – Alexis, 11, Alyssa, 8, and Trey, 3 – the Corpus Christi native has applied the wisdom provided by his own dad to his parenting. Although he’s rarely able to see his father now that he’s in the military and due to his father’s medical condition, he got the chance to spend time with his family thanks to Mission: Care sponsored by Dove Men+Care! We caught up with Roel to talk family, military and the program.


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10 Hot-Hot-Hot Military Men in Movies!
10 Hot-Hot-Hot Military Men in Movies!
By Celia Fernandez | 05/25/2013 - 12:00

Who doesn’t love a man in uniform? With more than 157,000 Latinos representing active-duty military forces, it’s no wonder these sexy stars played them in box office hits. Check out the hottest Latinos serving our country (on-screen, that is!).


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Military wife Janet Sanchez
Military Spouse of the Year Finalist Overjoyed to Be Featured by Oprah
By Jill Pankow | 11/16/2012 - 12:17

We love to hear stories about strong, Latina women making a positive impact on their community. For Army wife Janet Sanchez, however, her hard work and giving spirit allowed her an opportunity she never imagined – she got to meet her idol, Oprah!


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Our Fave Latino Movie Vets
Our Fave Latino Movie Vets
By Damarys Ocaña Perez | 11/11/2011 - 14:00

One genre in which Latino actors have always found a home is the war movie—whether they are playing Latino characters or not. In any case, there have been some great, entertaining and even funny portrayals of those who have gone to war.


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Latino Military Heros
Latino Military Heroes
By Damarys Ocaña Perez | 11/11/2011 - 12:30

In honor of Veterans Day, we wanted to highlight Latinas who have dedicated their lives to saving ours.

Latinos have fought in every American war since the Revolution. Honor those who have given their service and their lives to help keep you free and safe.

Here are some outstanding Hispanics with exemplary military careers, putting their lives on the line every day for ordinary people.


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White House Shares 10 Reasons to Pass the DREAM Act
White House Shares 10 Reasons to Pass the DREAM Act
By Mariela Rosario | 12/06/2010 - 11:47

Independent immigration-rights groups, Democratic congressional leadership, the President of the United States and even some conservative leaders all support the DREAM Act. So why is it's passage causing so much controversy? Mainly because it's being used as political fodder by Republican legislators and anti-immigrant groups who are claiming the bill provides amnesty, not equal opportunity, for undocumented young people who were brought here to the U.S. without knowledge of their immigration status.


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Fall Trend Alert: Military-Inspired
By Miranda Noland | 08/25/2009 - 15:05

You don't have to be supporting a war to get excited about these military-inspired looks. Brass buttons, double breasted jackets and laced up boots will all be getting the 21-gun salute this fall!


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President Manuel Zelaya Vows to Return to Honduras and Reclaim the Office
By Christine Estevez | 06/30/2009 - 11:15

Various leaders are calling for the return to power of Honduran President Manuel Zelaya, who was exiled by a military coup last weekend after he expressed interest in changing the constitution to allow him to seek another term in office. The country’s Congress has appointed a new president, Roberto Micheletti, who is insisting that Zelaya was removed legally for violating Honduras's constitution and attempting to extend his own rule.


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Honduran President Ousted in Coup
By Mariela Rosario | 06/29/2009 - 14:00

Honduran President Manuel Zelaya was forcibly removed from his political office by a military coup on Sunday. It was the culmination of tension surrounding a referendum vote that had the potential to allow Zelaya to remain in office past the traditional one-term, four-year rule set forth by the current Honduran constitution.


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