Army Announces Panel For Fort Hood Independent ReviewThe Secretary of the Army has announced five civilian experts who will lead an independent review of Fort Hood.
Clear Shields Going Up At Cash Registers For All Businesses On Military Bases The Army & Air Force Exchange Service is installing clear acrylic shields at cash registers in all of its stores to protect customers and associates during the coronavirus pandemic.
North Texan Among 2 US Servicemen Killed In Afghanistan Chopper CrashTarrant County native Chief Warrant Officer 2 David C. Knadle was among two servicemen killed when a helicopter crashed in Afghanistan.
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.
Central American Migrants Stopped At Unused Factory Before Crossing Texas BorderA caravan of some 1,600 Central American migrants is surrounded by Mexican authorities in an old factory a short distance from the Texas border, where they hope to seek asylum.
U.S. Army Expelled 500 Immigrant Recruits In 1 YearOver the course of 12 months, the U.S. Army discharged more than 500 immigrant enlistees who were promised a fast track to citizenship in exchange for their service.
Identification Work Begins On Korean War Remains Now In U.S.The U.S. military is beginning the painstaking process of analyzing remains from the Korean War now that they are back on American soil.
Pence Welcomes Return Of Presumed Korean War DeadDecades after the end of the Korean War in 1953, the remains of dozens of presumed U.S. war dead returned Wednesday to Hawaii for analysis and identification.
Veteran Hoping 3 North Texans In Korean War Among Remains Returned To USThe return of 55 sets of war remains by North Korea to the U.S. military is something R.D. Foster of Anna had hoped for years he would see.
Bloody But Forgotten WWII Battle Still Haunts SoldiersAmerican soldiers rushed to an embankment on what became known as Engineer Hill, the last gasp of the Japanese during the Battle of Attu, fought 75 years ago in Alaska's Aleutian chain.
Report: Army Botched Adoptions For Hundreds Of Military DogsNearly two years after a CBS 11 Consumer Justice investigation, the Inspector General's office released a report stating the army botched adoptions for more than 200 military dogs.
Mexican Man Pleads Guilty In Human Smuggling By Fort Hood SoldiersA Mexican man living in the U.S. illegally has pleaded guilty to helping other immigrants be smuggled by American soldiers through a border checkpoint in Texas.
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.
Texan Documents Underground City Where American WWI Soldiers LivedEqual parts explorer and life-saving ER doctor, Jeff Gusky brings a dark, underground city where American soldiers took refuge during World War I into the light.
Official: Couple Hundred US Marines Enter SyriaA senior U.S. official says a couple hundred Marines have deployed into Syria with heavy artillery guns, as part of the ongoing preparation for the fight to oust the Islamic State group from its self-declared headquarters of Raqqa.