The National Archives has taken a more aggressive role in pursuing "stolen valor" cases during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Richard Meleski, 58, of Chalfont, Penn., was indicted last November for his scheme to defraud the VA.
Montana's high court upheld a judgment against a man who solicited at least one investor by claiming to have been a Marine.
It's the only time of year where civilians like me should be able to put on a flight suit and feel like "Top Gun."
Steve plays a con man who passes himself off as a wounded warrior in this classic comedy.
The Massachusetts high school teacher claimed to be a combat veteran who had received two Purple Hearts.
Christian Gerald Desgroux, 57, was indicted by a grand jury on charges of pretending to be an Army lieutenant general.
A supposed Special Forces veteran vastly inflated his military service, including medals for valor.
Guardians of the Green Beret said they started probing Wright after receiving tips from Internet users.
The DoD resumed requiring all people to wear masks indoors at facilities in places where the disease is spreading quickly.
You probably need a jeweler's eye to notice what is wrong with the 1st Cavalry Division’s current patch.
Lawmakers would block the retirement of the A-10s again if the recent Senate Armed Services Committee’s version of the bill...
Biden said making the vaccines mandatory is important because troops often serve in places where vaccination rates are low.
The total number of COVID deaths in the military is at 26 as of July 21, according to the DoD.