The Marine who was killed this week at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina has been identified as Lance Cpl. Mark N. Boterf of Crowley. He joined the Marines in August 2012.
Gov. Rick Perry and wife Anita Perry have traveled to a remote South Pacific archipelago to search for U.S. servicemen missing from World War II battles.
Kip Gandy left DFW Airport Tuesday night on his way to a reunion of retired U.S. Marines who served in Beirut, Lebanon 30-years ago. He remembered the days leading up to the most bloody, single-day loss of life for the Marine Corps since Iwo Jima in World War II.
Army Spc. William R. Moody of Burleson was laid to rest in a somber ceremony Saturday morning.
A family in Burleson is prepared to receive the remains of a Marine and Army specialist on Wednesday who died in Afghanistan. There will be emotional tributes for William Moody during the upcoming Independence Day weekend.
Rain didn’t dampen the spirits of the 3,000 runners who hit the wet pavement Sunday morning for the Wounded Warrior Half Marathon in Las Colinas.
Ashley Menendez is smart and dedicated. She is also one of the students picked to get an ROTC Marine Corps scholarship. Menendez received a full-ride to college.
Tom Pugh, from Denton County, served this country bravely during World War II. His service was rewarded but it took more than six decades to happen.
The famous skateboarding bulldog may be known for his extreme sports talents, but now he is joining a few good men as an honorary Marine.
Nearly 150 men and women landed at the airport Wednesday for some badly needed R-and-R.
The coach who has helped Texas-Arlington become a power in wheelchair basketball has helped the Army beat the Marines in a Warrior Games rematch.
Friends and family are gathering to pay tribute to a North Texas Marine who died last week in Afghanistan.