The moves come in the wake of intense backlash to the decision to censor retired Army Lt. Col. Barnard Kemter.
There is no greater honor than paying respect on behalf of a family member who can't physically be there.
The new organizers for a massive motorcycle ride through the nation's capital say it will now start at RFK Stadium.
Motorcyclists typically use the Pentagon's parking lot as a staging area for the ride, but officials denied the application.
Veterans advocates are calling for an $11 billion increase in the Department of Veterans Affairs budget.
The request comes after a VA IG report found that Wilkie denigrated a female vet who alleged she was sexually assaulted.
The pandemic has caused a surge in demand for veteran mental health support organizations.
A simmering legal conflict between veterans organization Team Rubicon Inc. and its global affiliate is out in the open.
While lawmakers said the practice saved time and aided veterans, VA officials contended it was "legally suspect."
The board of directors that governs the network decided to end all trips through 2020 because of the ongoing risks.
Lt. Col. Stu Scheller has become a symbol in some military and political circles of a need for military accountability and...
Powell, the first Black American to serve in those roles, died Monday from complications of COVID-19.
Air Force Gen. Jacqueline Van Ovost has became only the second woman to lead one of the Pentagon’s 11 so-called combatant...
The incident came as Russia and China conducted joint naval drills in the area.
Israel has said it will not tolerate a permanent Iranian military presence in Syria.