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Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force James A. Cody places a service crest on a wreath in honor of Airmen's sacrifices during the inaugural Armed Forces Day wreath-laying ceremony May 18, 2013, at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery, Va.
Since the earliest days of our Union, America has been blessed with an unbroken chain of patriots willing to give of themselves so their fellow citizens might live free.
The Armed Forces are in uniform and are planting flags on Saturday at Riviera Beach City Hall to honor our military heroes and first responders.
As a young Marine electronics technician at Camp Lejeune in the mid-1970s, the Massachusetts man figured he'd dumped hundreds of gallons of toxic solvents onto the ground.
He was born March 14, 1921, in Silver Creek, N.Y., the son of the late Albert and Anna Kohler Jacobs.
Purple wildflowers sprout in abundance around the bright-yellow pipe, one of several jutting from the sandy soil in this unassuming patch of grass and mud.
As she flipped through the cemetery register, Mary Blakely's eyes filled with tears.
A simple test could have alerted officials that the drinking water at Camp Lejeune was contaminated, long before authorities determined that as many as a million Marines and their families were exposed to a witch's brew of cancer-causing chemicals.
"I don't want wondering or worrying, will today be the day I become a victim of sexual assault?" U.S. Sen.
"The American people are weary. They don't want boots on the ground. I don't want boots on the ground.
When Cpl. David Sonka was training his military dogs, he was fulfilling a lifelong dream, mourners recalled as they celebrated the fallen Marine's life at a memorial service Thursday morning .
As soon as I saw these images of Marines called in to hold umbrellas over Presidents Obama and Erdogan yesterday, I laughed imagining how the Booya! diaspora of military fanbois from the previous administration would take it.
Airman 1st Class James Mason, 28th Civil Engineer Squadron, rides his motorcycle around Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., on Aug.
For most of Siebert's life, he has trained and worked as an Improvised Explosives Detection dog for the United States Marine Corps.