Former President George W. Bush says wounded U.S. military members joining him for his annual mountain bike ride “turned their circumstances into good” by displaying courage and sacrifice.
A 20-year-old soldier from a small town Northeast of Dallas was killed while supporting Operation Enduring Freedom.
Former President George W. Bush’s annual mountain bike ride for U.S. military members wounded in Iraq and Afghanistan will be held this year at his Crawford ranch in Central Texas.
Loved ones will gather on Wednesday in Fort Hood to honor lives which were cut short. It was exactly one week ago that an Iraq War veteran unleashed a reign of terror at the Army post.
Lt. Gen. Mark Milley, commander at the Fort Hood Army post in Texas, on Friday released the names of the three soldiers killed by Spc. Ivan Lopez.
An argument may have preceded Wednesday’s deadly Fort Hood attack.
After the shooting, loved ones waited for phone calls or text messages with two words: I’m safe.
A senator who’s led efforts in Congress to address military sexual crimes says she thinks she has the votes to pass legislation that would remove commanders from sexual assault investigations.
It’s not uncommon to see retail stores now-a-days, big and small, honor our active military and veterans for their service by offering them a discount.
What could have become a neighborhood eyesore — another lingering reminder of the foreclosure crisis — has instead become a new home for a wounded warrior.
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Soldiers who have been trained to lay down their lives in service to the country are often poorly prepared, experts say, to live the American dream they fight to defend.