If confirmed, longtime Pentagon official Fanning would be the U.S. first openly gay leader of a military service.
The officer who led the investigation of the Army sergeant’s disappearance testified Friday.
The Robert J. Dole VA Medical Center is hosting a town hall next week that aims to get feedback from veterans and their families.
They aren’t saying if Bergdahl himself will be called as a witness.
Proceedings that his lead lawyer said would reveal details of what led to his 2009 disappearance.
Veterans K-9 Solutions strongly believes that through saving a dog, they can rehabilitate a veteran.
“It’s always hard, we think of him every day particularly this day.”
Officials say eight of the Marines are in stable condition and four were treated and discharged from medical facilities.
Hundreds of motorcycles will take to the road this Saturday
Two Marines remained hospitalized in stable condition Friday, while nine have been treated and released.
One Marine has been killed and 9 others were hurt when a helicopter made a hard landing at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina.
During the active shooter exercise, area traffic may see external law enforcement agencies participating in the simulated event.
The incident is under investigation.
Save a Suit and Aspen Dental paired up to help unemployed veterans build confidence so they can get back into the work force.
Oshkosh Defense JLTV will replace Army’s Humvee by 2040.
The plan is in response to the increased threat from homegrown extremists and the recent shootings in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Capping their history-making week and putting a spotlight on the debate over women in combat.
A Navy veteran is on a mission to honor fallen service members and their families. He’s doing that by taking on the mighty Mississippi and s…
Becoming the first females to complete the grueling combat training program and earn the right to wear Ranger tabs on their uniforms.
A U.S. Army helicopter crashed while landing on a Navy ship during training Wednesday.
A tribute to a young man sent to World War II who never returned, whose body was never found.
Major Gen. Wayne W. Grigsby, Jr. is taking over as Commander of the Big Red One First Infantry Division.
The man who apparently made the noises told authorities who arrested him Wednesday that they were only his battered pickup backfiring.
The description of the shooter was the same in both instances – a white male in a red pickup truck.
There are no reports of anyone being wounded.