US Navy Names Aircraft Carrier After Texas WWII Hero Doris MillerThe U.S. Navy has honored a Texas World War II hero. Today a new aircraft carrier was named for Mess Attendant 2nd Class Doris Miller.
Renewed Search Efforts Underway For Missing Airman From DallasOfficials are renewing search efforts for a North Texas airman missing off the coast of the Florida panhandle.
Wounded Warriors Treated Like The Heroes They Are During Memorable Day In North TexasMore than 100 wounded warrior soldiers from the Texas Army National Guard and Brooke Army Medical Center attended the Mavs game Wednesday night in courtside seats.
UT Arlington Ranked Best For Veterans According To Military TimesMilitary Times surveyed hundreds of colleges and universities on their policies related to military and veteran students, academic outcomes and military-supportive cultures.
US Soldier Killed In Taliban Suicide Bomb AttackA 34-year-old American Army sergeant was killed Thursday in a Taliban suicide bomb explosion in Kabul.
President Trump Emphasizes US Military Might At 'Salute to America'President Trump delivered a patriotic history lesson of the American military as stormy weather threatened the nation's capital on July 4.
Texas Soldier Among 2 Found Dead Near Border, Officials Say Each Committed SuicideAccording to a medical examiner in Arizona, a North Texas soldier helping secure the Mexican border took his own life this week.
U.S. Postal Service Honors Former President George H.W. BushThe U.S. Postal Service today issued a new commemorative Forever stamp saluting former President George H.W. Bush.
Horses Help Veterans 'Be At Peace' With Civilian TransitionSince 2012, “Hooves for Heroes” has helped our military veterans with the transition to civilian life.
Cruz: Space Force Needed To Combat Potential Pirates, Protect CommerceTexas Sen. Ted Cruz made his case for the Trump administration's Space Force plan as chairman of a hearing on Tuesday.
Navy Veteran Travels Cross Country Sharing Fallen Service Member's StoriesNavy veteran Keith Sherman is driving across the country, stopping in the hometowns of fallen service members to interview their families.