Throughout the month, military families are honored and recognized for their commitment and contributions in support of our military and nation.
WWII Veteran 'Adopted' by California Couple After Wildfires Displace Him
Ninety-three-year-old Lee Brundige was using his car to sleep in when he was offered a place to stay.
Petty Officer Gets 2-Year Sentence After Assaulting Sailor, Strangling Civilian
A USS Ronald Reagan aviation ordnanceman has been sentenced to two years in prison.
Judge Allows Class-Action Lawsuit by Mentally Ill Veterans
Thousands of vets of recent war who developed PTSD but were denied VA benefits were given a green light to sue the military.
Multi-agency Drug Sweep Nets 49 Arrests, $500M in Cocaine: Coast Guard
The Coast Guard seized 226 tons of cocaine last year and brought in 708 suspected drug smugglers.
Meditation Helps Vets with Post-traumatic Stress Disorder
Meditation worked as well as traditional therapy for military veterans with PTSD in an experiment sponsored by the DoD.
Migrants Won't See Armed Soldiers at US-Mexico Border
The 5,800 troops deployed to the U.S.-Mexico border are prohibited from carrying out law enforcement duties.
Iowa National Guard Soldiers Told to Return Overpaid Wages
Hundreds of Iowa National Guard soldiers have been told they were overpaid after a year-long deployment to the Middle East.
WWII Pilot's Remains Will Join Those of his Son at Arlington
The remains of an Air Force pilot from Pennsylvania whose plane crashed off Croatia during World War II are coming home.
3.6 Million Children of Troops, Vets Are Enrolled in Medicaid, New Study Shows
3.6M military children, including 200K children of active-duty troops, depend on Medicaid to meet their healthcare needs.
Fix to GI Bill Screwups Won't Happen Before Spring, VA Says
VA officials Thursday could not say when the IT system failures fouling up GI Bill allowance payments will be fixed.
SEALs, Marines Charged in Strangling Murder of Green Beret in Mali
The charges against the four individuals were finalized yesterday, according to a release from Navy Region Mid-Atlantic.
At Gitmo 9/11 Trial, Prosecutor Gives Lurid Details of CIA Prisons
A Sept. 11 trial prosecutor on Thursday read aloud ghastly descriptions of what the CIA did to its prisoners.
What You Need to Know About the Army Paratrooper Running for President
In the upcoming 2020 election, President Trump may face off against an Army combat veteran who helped vote him into office.
US Cutting Counterterror Forces in Africa
The planned 10 percent cut from U.S. Africa Command's total force of 7,200 troops will be carried out over several years.
North Korea Deports American Even as it Boasts of New Weapon
North Korea said it will deport a U.S. citizen it detained, and announced the test of an unspecified "ultramodern" weapon.
2018 Discounts for Military Family Appreciation Month
Businesses are saluting Military Family Appreciation Month with discounts for vets, service members and their families.
9 Great Freebies for Military and Their Families
Some military discounts include products or services you can get for free. Here are 10 examples of those freebies.
Navy Vet Jesse Ventura Visits Next Minnesota Governor, and Talks Pot
Gov.-elect Tim Walz expressed support in the past for legalization of marijuana for recreational use.