911 Calls Led To Military Post LockdownAlabama military post says in tweet it is on lockdown amid reports of possible active shooter.
Texas Republican To Press For $705 Billion Defense BudgetA powerful House Republican is set to press his case for $705 billion in military spending next year.
Battleship Texas Leaks Fixed, Retired Ship Reopens SaturdayLeaks have been fixed on the retired Battleship Texas and the historic site reopens Saturday after nearly a week closed for repairs.
Fort Hood Officials Declare Missing Soldier DeadFort Hood officials have declared a missing soldier dead two months after he and his vehicle were swept away by a flash flood.
Mesquite's Freedom ParkIt's only fitting that a town named after a hardy tree would be home to a twisted piece of steel that withstood so much.
US Shoots Down Mock Warhead Over PacificThe Pentagon says it has shot down a mock warhead over the Pacific in a success for America's missile defense program.
President Trump Hails Heroes On Memorial DayPresident Donald Trump is thanking the men and women who died in service to the United States.
Has Memorial Day Lost Its Meaning?While millions of Americans celebrate Memorial Day weekend as the unofficial start of summer, some veterans and loved ones of fallen military members wish that the holiday would command more respect.
Nonprofit That Helps Gold Star Families BurglarizedFour computers were taken from administrative offices, but the organization said the person or people responsible also violated a sacred space.
Teacher Saved From Car Wreck By Fellow Teacher & Army VeteranA teacher who survived a car wreck says she's grateful to be alive, and wouldn't be here today without help from a fellow teacher and Army veteran.
Lawmakers Reach Agreement On Stalled VA Accountability BillCongressional Republicans and Democrats have reached agreement on a bill to make it easier for the Department of Veterans Affairs to fire its employees. It's part of an accountability effort touted by President Donald Trump.
Army Offers $5,000 Bonus To Troops Who Train OthersThe U.S. Army is authorizing $5,000 bonuses to woo top-performing troops into a new training brigade, as the service works to meet the growing demand for advisers in places ranging from Iraq and Syria to Afghanistan and Africa.