A soldier who went on national television in his military fatigues to endorse Texan Ron Paul’s presidential campaign has been reprimanded but not dismissed from the Army Reserve, a spokeswoman said Friday.
Authorities said human remains found in a shallow grave in rural North Texas are those of a missing U.S. Army soldier, five years after they think he was killed.
A Plano family, along with their entire neighborhood, is celebrating. Unlike most North Texans, it’s not just because of the Mavericks win – they’re celebrating Christmas.
A medic with the Army’s 82nd Airborne Division has been found dead in the barracks at Fort Bragg. Officials say they are investigating the death of 29-year-old Pfc. Jeffrey Hyde of Irving.
Friends and family remembered better times with PFC Andy Krippner, who was killed just six weeks after going on active duty.
Lunchtime was anything but typical for one middle school student in Alvarado. A surprise was served on Monday and it had nothing to do with the menu.
Army Staff Sergeant Omar Aceves never saw himself as a hero. At his funeral service Friday afternoon, his wife said she knew the truth. “He was a hero. Is. Always will be.”
Two young brothers in Denton got an unexpected Christmas gift from their dad Thursday.
Sergeant Carlos Benitez’s sister Amy remembers her brother as a man who loved his family and the unit he committed to serve with
Cody Board wanted to serve in the Army since he was a young boy. But his family’s worst nightmare came true when he was killed by an improvised explosive device in Afghanistan last week.
It was a sad homecoming for a McKinney soldier killed in Afghanistan. But friends who knew Cody Board best say serving his country was his life-long dream.
It wasn’t the happy homecoming they wanted, but people came to the McKinney airport anyway – those who knew who Private First Class Cody Board and those who did not.