United States Military Veterans
The remains of an American airman missing in World War II may be heading home, thanks to a chance discovery of records in flood-threatened archives in Thailand.
Retired Army Lt. Col. John Culp is currently volunteering in Kyiv with the nonprofit Bomb Techs Without Borders.
Retired Marine Sgt. Maj. John L. Canley had received the Medal of Honor in October 2018 for heroic actions in Hue City, Vietnam, in 1968.
A new documentary highlights military and veteran spouses’ experiences with caregiving, vicarious trauma, dramatic life changes and loving someone with PTSD.
The Valor Medals Review Project is studying WWI minority veterans who may have been unfairly denied the Medal of Honor.
An undetermined number of Americans, many with military backgrounds, are thought to be in Ukraine battling Russian forces.
A look at who Trevor Reed is, why he was imprisoned and what will happen now.
Johnnie A. Jones Sr. was drafted in 1942 and became the Army’s first African American warrant officer.
“I just thank God. I’m just happy to have him home. I prayed for this,” said one of Sgt. Roy Charles DeLauter’s three sisters.