Military service members returning from America's "forever" wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have often faced deeply personal questions about their experience.
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.
Two members of Congress, Democratic Rep. Seth Moulton of Massachusetts and Republican Rep. Peter Meijer of Michigan made a secret, unauthorized whirlwind trip to the Kabul airport in Afghanistan on Tuesday to see the chaotic situation.
97-Year-Old U.S. Veteran Reunites with Italians Who He Saved During WWII. For more than seven decades, Martin Adler treasured a black-and-white photo of himself as a young American soldier with a broad smile with three impeccably dressed Italian children he is credited with saving as the Nazis retreated northward in 1944.
It's 2:30 a.m. on Thursday in Fort Myers, Florida, and former Army Capt. Jeff Trammell is awake and sending text messages to his former interpreter, Najeeb Rahimi, who is stranded outside the gates of the Kabul airport with his family.
''I thought I saw the worst of war as I carried patients off the helicopters into triage and as I tended to their wounds.''
William J. Donovan may be best known for running the Office of Strategic Services spy agency during World War II, but he was also a combat veteran of World War I and one of the most decorated warriors in U.S. history.
A Rochester native and Army veteran who served in Afghanistan said the situation in that country is a disaster.
Mark McLaughlin and Arch Watkins are both naval aviation veterans. McLaughlin has a background in business and finance, while Watkins is a trained engineer. Separately, those are valuable skills in today’s workforce. Together, it meant a booming distilling business.