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.
Burleson Sailor Leads Information Warfare Training To Defend U.S.Petty Officer 1st Class Brenden Crutchfield plays an important part in America’s focus on rebuilding readiness and strengthening alliances in support of the National Defense Strategy.
Vietnam War Hero Sentenced On Illegal Gun Charges Was Violent And Abusive, Prosecutors SayA decorated Vietnam War hero from Plano is going to prison for a crime he committed decades ago.
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.
Inside Attack: Afghan Policeman Kills U.S. Service Member The U.S. military says it has determined that the shooting death of an American service member in Afghanistan was a insider attack.
Twin Brothers Reunited 74 Years After WWII Death At NormandyJulius Heinrich Otto "Henry" Pieper and Ludwig Julius Wilhelm "Louie" Pieper, two 19-year-olds from Esmond, South Dakota, will finally rest in peace side-by-side.
Lucky Bottle Of Scotch Goes To The Grave With Vietnam Veteran"He did really believe that that bottle was lucky and was the reason he was still with us."
North Korea Says It Has Suspended Nuclear, Missile TestingNorth Korea said Saturday it has suspended nuclear and long-range missile tests and plans to close its nuclear test site ahead of a new round of negotiations with South Korea and the United States.
US Says Airstrike Killed Top Al-Qaida Leader In LibyaA U.S. airstrike last weekend in southwestern Libya killed two al-Qaida militants, including a top recruiter, the military's Africa Command said.
White House Says China Informed US Of Kim's TripThe White House says the Chinese government contacted them Tuesday to tell U.S. officials about North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's visit to China.
UN: Some Rape Victims Of Islamic State 'Like Living Corpses'Despite all humanitarian efforts, Pramila Patten said, "I find a gross lack of both physical and mental health, psycho-social support, and especially in the quality of the psycho-social support that is required by survivors of sexual violence."
North Korean Dictator, Seoul Envoys Have 'Openhearted Talk'North Korean leader Kim Jong Un had an "openhearted talk" in Pyongyang with envoys for South Korean President Moon Jae-in, the North said Tuesday.
U.S. Flies B-1B Over South In Show Of Force Against N. Koreahe United States flew a B-1B supersonic bomber over South Korea on Wednesday as part of a massive combined aerial exercise involving hundreds of warplanes.
Central Americans Fear Trump May Eliminate Immigration Program Tens of thousands of immigrants are bracing for a White House decision about the fate of a little-known program that protects them from deportation.