Each year, ESPN dedicates a week of multiplatform content in November as part of its annual America's Heroes: A Salute to our Veterans initiative to salute veterans and active members of the United States Armed Forces. This year's Veterans Week will be held Nov. 7-14 in recognition of Veterans Day and will comprise of highlights and features on ESPN's platforms and programming, including Salute to Service shows on First Take and Military Content on ESPN+.

ESPN also is committed to supporting organizations dedicated to those that have served. This includes teaming up with Disabled American Veterans (DAV) to support virtual career fairs that provide access to critical employment opportunities to transitioning military members, veterans and their spouses seeking new or better jobs. Additionally, ESPN pairs employees as mentors with veterans and their spouses through the American Corporate Partners (ACP) program, which connects post 9/11 veterans to business professionals for mentoring, career counseling and networking.

ESPN's Veterans Coverage


Mothers, daughters, sisters and veterans by Alyssa Roenigk

Cancer survivor Kelly Elmlinger knew running wouldn't be the same, but she 'had to try'


Invictus Games competitor Lauren Montoya says adaptive sports 'relit that fire in me to find myself again' by Tom Friend

To hell and back (Israel Del Toro Jr.) by Steve Wulf

Invictus Games: Dogs who heal wounded warriors by Thomas Neumann


The Iraq War veteran turned college football walk-on at Colorado State by Alex Scarborough


SC Featured: A Marine's determined finish at the Boston Marathon


Steelers' Rocky Bleier continues to live his American dream by Jeremy Fowler


How John Collins uses his platform to empower veterans


Tony Dungy's life lesson about the Tuskegee Airmen and the meaning of humility by William C. Rhoden


Coming home, playing on by Tim Keown

Pat Tillman, Enduring Guilt by Mike Fish

Training on Hope by Anna Katherine Clemmons