President Biden Pays Tribute to Veterans at Arlington National Cemetery
President Joe Biden pledged to honor and remember America's fallen forces in remarks delivered to veterans and their families at Arlington National Cemetery.
An American soldier gives a woman a brand new birthday cake 77 years after he stole the original
Meri Mion, who is 90 years old, had a cake stolen from her window by US Army forces replaced when she was 13 years old.
An Air Force Veteran Heads to Ukraine to Fight Russia's Invasion
Detroit man joins thousands of foreign veterans serving in Ukraine. Dan Rebar is taking the bus to Chicago to fly to Warsaw, Poland, on Monday. With the assistance of a local guide, he will cross into Ukraine where he plans to join the International Legion of Defense of Ukraine in Kiev.
Veteran of the Korean War Dies at Age 97
Colonel William E. Weber, who helped Americans remember the Korean War, died on Wednesday, February 7. He turns 97 on February 12. On Saturday (local time), Weber died at his residence in Maryland.
An ex-Vietnam Veteran Recalls His Experience
Veterans of the Vietnam War have not served in the South China Sea region for more than 50 years. They're the last people to hold on to pieces of history that many have no direct connection to or have forgotten all together.
Veterans' Remains Honored at Funeral
Thirteen veterans who died in recent years but whose remains were never claimed have been honored in a funeral service in northern Louisiana, as a crowd of people who didn't know them but who wanted to pay their respects looked on.
'Hops for Heroes' Brews Support for America's Servicemen and Women
Professional craft breweries of all sizes will brew homefront IPATM as a fun and unique way to raise funds and honor U.S. service members, veterans, and their families.
Fastest Medal of Honor Awarded to an Airman Who Carried Burning Phosphorus Bomb in His Hands
During the latter days of World War II, U.S. Army Air Forces bombers dropped phosphorus smoke bombs to assemble groups of B-29 Super-fortresses before flying over their targets. On April 25, 1945, Staff Sgt. Henry Erwin was in the lead bomber while making a low-altitude run on a chemical plant over Koriyama. It was his job to drop the phosphorus bombs
Storied 'Harlem Hellfighter' Regiment to Receive Prestigious Congressional Gold Medal
It took Pvt. Henry Johnson 97 years to be awarded the Medal of Honor for his tenacity and grit in defending his fellow soldiers from German troops in a dugout in France's Argonne Forest, killing four at close range and in hand-to-hand combat, while suffering a head wound.
The 6 Beautiful Stories Told by Army Vet Tom T. Hall Through his Songs
Tom T. Hall, who died at home on Aug. 20, 2021, was a U.S. Army veteran who became a giant of country music both as a songwriter and an artist. Although he retired from the business in the early 1990s, Hall remained a towering influence over country songwriters.
Despite Afghanistan Withdrawal, The Military's Award for Serving During War Isn't Going Away
There is no plan to retire the National Defense Service Medal, or NDSM, the military's most common decoration, even after U.S. troops pull out of Afghanistan later this month.
Fort Benning Memorializes the Soldier Lynched 80 Years Ago at the Post as Army Acknowledges the gross Injustice
It was more than 80 years ago that Pvt. Felix Hall, an outgoing teenage soldier training to serve his country in war, disappeared as he made the short walk from his workplace on Fort Benning toward the Blacks-only section of the segregated Georgia Army post.