Since starting the project, Air Force veteran Stacy Pearsall has taken photos of almost 7,000 veterans in 27 states.
Women make up 20 percent of the Air Force, 19 percent of the Navy, 15 percent of the Army and 9 percent of the Marine Corps.
From a computer genius to a popular sitcom star, talented women have made their mark in the U.S. military.
Queen Elizabeth II is the only head of state to have served in World War II.
"It was my last chance to try and recover the aircraft or I would be riding a parachute down into central Baghdad."
Air Force Tech. Sgt. Jennifer Brown was the only female in the 2018 Texas Military Department Best Warrior Competition.
Women have fought alongside men in battle since the Revolutionary War days. Some did it openly; others concealed their...
Fewer than 100 military women have been held as POWs throughout American history.
Who were the trailblazers? Here are their stories.
“I feel very blessed to have been there at the beginning and gotten in. It’s been an exciting life from a little kid who grew...
The alert order was issued to units now in the U.S. that would be part of a NATO force if the alliance decides to activate a...
The shooting happened early when the man drove toward Fort Knox police officers after initially fleeing from them.
Supporters of the bill touted it as a common sense measure that will help ease the transition to civilian life.
The accident left seven sailors injured while the pilot safely ejected and was later recovered.
The Marine Corps identified the two Marines who lost their lives as Lance Cpl. Jonathan Gierke and Pfc. Zachary Riffle.