16 min ago | KSAT-TV San Antonio
Maria Anna Esparza still can't believe her 27-year-old marine sniper son, Adan Castaneda, shot at her home while she and her husband slept.
4 hrs ago | Kent Reporter
Post-traumatic stress disorder has taken a new shape in the U.S. military, especially as servicemen and women endure multiple deployments to war zones in the Middle East.
7 hrs ago | Arkansas Times
Employees and former employees of the Arkansas Department of Veterans Affairs have filed suit in Pulaski County Circuit Court alleging wage and hour violations at the now-closed Little Rock Veterans Home and the incident-plagued Fayetteville Veterans Home.
10 hrs ago | KSTP
Former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura is asking a judge to allow his defamation lawsuit against slain "American Sniper" author Chris Kyle to go forward with Kyle's widow as the defendant.
14 hrs ago | Chambersburg Public Opinion
Bonnie Shockey, president of board of directors for Allison-Antrim Museum, stood in Cedar Hill Cemetery on Sunday, reading off the names of Civil War veterans buried there.
19 hrs ago | East Anglian Daily Times
Andy Andrews has one more medal to add to his collection after receiving the Arctic Star Medal from Prime Minister David Cameron and Russian President Vladimir Putin at a ceremony at 10 Downing Street yesterday for his service as a Navy Air Mechanic 1st Class in WWII.
Guardians of Rescue based in New York is founder of the "Paws of War" program to help the active military and veterans with the use of therapy dogs to assist in post-traumatic stress disorder .
Time is running out for eligible military veterans to claim Ohio bonuses of up to $1,500, and officials are worried that thousands of veterans may miss out by not applying.
Navy corpsman Jason Martines earned his chops on the Afghan battlefield, patching together wounded Marines in the war-ravaged Helmand Province.
The family of the World War II veteran arranged a ride in a C-47 for Father's Day.
Two decades after distinguished veteran Gregory Noonan passed away, his service to the country was remembered again, and now will be forever in his hometown.
An ex-police officer from Georgia who was injured in a train accident during a veterans parade in Texas is accused of lying about receiving a Purple Heart medal and was arrested Wednesday, Cherokee County sheriff's officials said.
An Irish World War II veteran granted a pardon after fighting in the British army has laid a wreath to remember his comrades.
As the morning of Sept. 20, 2011, dawned on American military installations around the world, gay, lesbian, and bisexual service members woke up to a new reality: Their service in defense of this country would no longer be contingent on a willingness to lie about who they are.
In 2003, Pierce resident Matthew Jarrett got the idea to take a cross-country tour of the United States on a bicycle.
In June 1968, he was a 24-year-old U.S. Marine Corps platoon sergeant on patrol with his troops near Khe Sanh, Vietnam.