Decorated Texas Soldier Dies In Combat Operations In AfghanistanU.S. military officials say a decorated Special Forces company sergeant major has died during combat operations in Afghanistan.
Horses Help Veterans 'Be At Peace' With Civilian TransitionSince 2012, “Hooves for Heroes” has helped our military veterans with the transition to civilian life.
Army Says Changes Will Help Recruiting In 2019Army officials say it will take time to overcome the recruiting challenges that caused them to miss their enlistment goal this year.
Remains Of Missing Vietnam War Pilot From Texas IdentifiedHalf a century after his jet disappeared during a Vietnam War combat mission, the remains of a Navy pilot will return to his family in Texas.
Military Veteran Gifted New Home In IrvingA well-deserving military and combat veteran is getting a surprise he never expected.
25-Year-Old American Airman Dies In Northern SyriaA 25-year-old Airman who was supporting Operation Inherent Resolve died Tuesday, March 28 in Northern Syria.
Military Dogs Trained & Treated For PTSD In TexasThey are the dogs of war... literally. Most dogs used by our U.S. military are born, bred and trained here in Texas. Those who train the war dogs have discovered a dog’s life in the combat zone can lead to some very human-like problems.
Panetta's Decision Welcome News To Longtime Texas Military OfficerColonel Suzanne Adkinson has been serving in the military for over 30 years. As a member of the Texas National Guard, she believes it's time to lift the ban on women serving in combat.
Panetta To Lift Ban On Women In CombatThe U.S. Military is making one of the biggest policy changes in its history. CBS News learned Tuesday the Defense Department is lifting its ban on women serving in combat.
USS Fort Worth To Be Commissioned In GalvestonA 378-foot military ship named for a North Texas city will be commissioned this fall. A ceremony is planned September 22 in Galveston to commission the USS Fort Worth.
After Combat In Afghanistan, Soldiers Return To Fort HoodIt was a homecoming twice as nice. Nearly 40 soldiers, who flew combat helicopters in Afghanistan, returned to Fort Hood on Monday.
Report: Women Should Be Allowed In Combat UnitsA military advisory commission is recommending that the Pentagon do away with long-standing policies that ban women from serving in combat units.
Court Program Gives Veterans A Second ChanceThe Veteran's Diversion Program allows veterans to have minor criminal charges against them dropped if they complete treatment for their PTSD.