Sep. 25—A Marine who piloted combat jets was remembered Friday in Beaufort as a hard worker who cared about people and his fellow Marines and possessed a "warrior's spirit."
A middle-aged man unfulfilled with his desk job at a veteran support agency gets the chance of a lifetime to make a real impact in the lives of struggling veterans in the novel "De Facto Pathfinder" by author and retired Army officer CW3 Cesare Giannetti ("Back to Serve: Return of a Soldier").
Oct. 11—The new commander of the Army's 25th Infantry Division at Schofield Barracks has been busy from Day One of his new assignment after taking command in August.
An air squadron that for 50 years has been training pilots to fly F/A-18 Hornets was decommissioned at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar during a “sundowner ceremony” on Friday, marking the end of an era for the Department of the Navy.
Community meetings bring people together for exchange of ideas and memorable shared experiences. Here’s a sampling of events in the San Fernando Valley area.
U.S. soldier Travis King, who entered North Korea without permission in July, has been expelled from the country and is in U.S. custody, American officials say.
Sep. 25—"You're in my church," William Crapser told his friend Ihor Rymaruk without a glance toward Rymaruk's camera.
The flight deck of the USS George Washington is already streaked with tire marks from aircraft landings just three months after the warship was welcomed back into the Navy fleet.
The first delivery batch of F-35 fighter jets are pictured at the Skrydstrup base of the Royal Danish Air Force in...
A U.S. Marine veteran determined to receive a Purple Heart medal lied about suffering severe injuries during a roadside explosion in northern Iraq, according to federal prosecutors.