Tioga County Veterans' Service Agency is recognising September as "Suicide Prevention Awareness Month."
After years of separation, sleepless nights, and endless worry, a mother’s determination to bring her four children to the United States from Afghanistan is finally a success.
As the 20-year war in Afghanistan officially comes to an end, one former US Marine and Afghanistan veteran is making sure his fallen comrades are not forgotten.
What do the Son Tay Raid and Operation Eagle Claw have in common? Not much, looking at the operations themselves. But special operators from both missions have come together in recent years for the good of another cause: the needs of special operations veterans and their families.
America’s longest war ended as the last soldier left Afghanistan on Monday. But how do those who served in Afghanistan remember the last 20 years of blood, sweat, and tears?
Three prisoners at the Guantanamo Bay detention center are expected to get their first day in court after being held for 18 years in connection with the deadly 2002 Bali nightclub bombings and other plots in Southeast Asia.
Amira Jadoon is an assistant professor at the Combating Terrorism Center at the United States Military Academy at West Point. Andrew Mines is a research fellow at the Program on Extremism at George Washington University. They have been tracking ISIS-K for years and answered our questions about who the terrorist group is and the threat it poses in a destabilised Afghanistan.
The past week has been filled with stories and images of Afghan allies -- interpreters and support staff who helped American forces during two decades of war -- desperately seeking a way out, climbing through waste-water canals while trying to make it to Hamid Karzai International Airport, and hiding from checkpoints as the Taliban reclaimed Afghanistan.
With much of New Orleans dark and entire swaths of coastal Louisiana without phone service or power as of midday Monday, U.S. Coast Guard members and National Guard units from Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas are busy conducting search-and-rescue operations and assessing damage left by Hurricane Ida.
Roughly 200 soldiers from Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington, will deploy Tuesday to northern California to help fight wildfires burning in the state, including the Dixie Fire, which has burned more than 1,200 structures but is less than half contained.
The U.S. military's evacuation from the main airport in Kabul has ended -- along with the nearly 20-year war in Afghanistan.
The U.S.'s withdrawal from Taliban-governed Afghanistan after 20 years has challenged the mental health of military veterans who've served in the war.
Taliban fighters fired their guns into the air in celebration in the Afghan capital. The United States completed the withdrawal of its forces from Afghanistan nearly twenty years after it invaded the country following the September 11, 2001 attacks on America.
The last plane carrying US forces left Afghanistan on Monday, meeting an Aug. 31 deadline to withdraw US forces from the Taliban-led nation after 20 years of war that left nearly 2,500 American troops dead and spanned four presidencies.
In a notice recently sent to schools, the Department of Veterans Affairs is looking for more than 115,000 veterans who may be owed refunds of up to $2,700 for their GI Bill contributions. That means more than $300 million belonging to veterans could currently be unclaimed.
The Navy is reconsidering its plan to reduce medical staff -- part of a military-wide review of 18,000 proposed job cuts in health fields - in response to lessons learned during the COVID-19 pandemic, the service's top doctor said Thursday.
Two members of Congress flew unannounced into Kabul airport in the middle of the chaotic evacuation stunning State Department and U.S. military personnel who had to divert resources to provide security and information to the lawmakers.
The window to evacuate thousands of Americans remaining in Afghanistan, and even more Afghans and their families who face danger from the Taliban, is closing fast.
Navy Secretary Carlos Del Toro on Tuesday named a temporary replacement for the branch's No. 2 civilian leaders, according to a statement.
President Joe Biden said in a White House news conference Tuesday that the U.S. has evacuated a total of 75,900 people since the end of July, with the vast majority of them, 70,700 people, evacuated in the last 10 days.