The family of Gregory Wedel-Morales, a former Fort Hood soldier missing for 10 months until his skeletal remains were discovered buried near the Texas Army base in June, are claiming he won't receive military honors at his funeral and are left with only questions pending further investigation into the case.
Several sailors are injured after a US Navy ship caught fire at Naval Base San Diego.
The U.S. Navy announced its first Black female Tactical Aircraft pilot Thursday.
The enemy could never break him, but what this decorated Green Beret eventually found was that his enemy was within. Friends who served with him in the military say he was the real “Captain America.”
A female soldier for the first time will join the U.S. all-male Green Beret teams.
The Army said Wednesday that a soldier who was suspected in Guillen’s disappearance had killed himself. The Army also said a civilian suspect had been arrested.
The civilian suspect is the estranged wife of a former Fort Hood soldier and is currently in custody in the Bell County Jail.
The U.S. Army released answers to frequently asked questions about Vanessa Guillen's case. She was last seen April 22 at Fort Hood.
Wedel-Morales went missing in August 2019 at the age of 23. The Oklahoma native was labeled AWOL, and then a deserter.
The Air Force became the first U.S. military branch to select a woman to serve as the highest-ranking noncommissioned officer in the military on Friday.
The official said the Navy also extended the blame for the ship's pandemic crisis, delaying the promotion of the one-star admiral who was also onboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt — concluding that both men made serious errors in judgment.
American flags that lined Main Street in Frisco were vandalized Saturday. The destroyed flags were found by Frisco Police Department the day before Flag Day, adding insult to injury for local veterans.
The name of the pilot will not be released until all next of kin notifications have been made.
“I should not have been there,” the Joint Chiefs chairman said in remarks to a National Defense University commencement ceremony.
The Senate on Tuesday unanimously confirmed Gen. Charles Brown Jr. as chief of staff of the U.S. Air Force, making him the first black officer to lead one of the nation's military services.
Compared to last year, when many tens of thousands came to the northern French beaches of Normandy to cheer the dwindling number of veterans and celebrate three-quarters of a century of liberation from Nazi oppression, the coronavirus lockdown turned this year’s remembrance into one of the eeriest ever.
The U.S. Marine Corps (USMC) banned display of the Confederate flag at its military installations Friday, on everything from bumper stickers to coffee mugs.
U.S. Navy veteran Michael White arrived back in the U.S. early Friday after his release from Iran following nearly two years of detention.
Veteran David McClendon received a new roof Wednesday for free. It was a way to thank him for his years of service.
In an abrupt reversal, Defense Secretary Mark Esper on Wednesday overturned an earlier Pentagon decision to send a couple hundred active-duty soldiers home from the Washington, D.C., region, amid growing tensions with the White House over the military response to the protests.