An Arizona family is searching for a U.S. Marine who left for Camp Pendleton on Monday but never arrived at the base outside San Diego.
The Pentagon says the U.S. will deploy additional troops and military equipment to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates to beef up security, as President Donald Trump has at least for now decided against any immediate military strike on Iran in response to the attack on the Saudi oil industry.
A 41-year-old Green Beret who was on his fourth combat deployment has been killed by small arms fire in Afghanistan.
Lauren Bruner, one of the last four survivors of the attack on the USS Arizona by Japanese planes on Dec. 7, 1941, died Tuesday in California. He was 98.
U.S. jets bombed an ISIS-“infested island” in northern Iraq Tuesday, according to new video and a statement from the U.S.-led coalition battling the terrorist group.
For the first time in the US Army's 244 year history, two sisters have attained the rank of general.
Officials with Goodwill of Southern Arizona are looking for the family of a Purple Heart recipient after one was donated to a store in Tucson.
A U.S. service member surprised his girlfriend by proposing to her mid-parade in Forest Lake, Minnesota on the Fourth of July.
Amid the controversy surrounding Nike scrapping plans for an American flag-themed sneaker, a U.S. Air Force veteran announced a new shoe he designed to benefit law enforcement officers.
There’s a deeper meaning behind the United States flag pattern that was mowed into a Haslet lawn.
Most people at the mall in San Bruno ran away from the gunfire when shots rang out Tuesday afternoon, causing panic and at least four injures.
A World War II veteran is making his second journey on foot across the country, starting in Georgia and eventually ending in California.
Seventy-five years ago Thursday, 160,000 Allied troops invaded the shores of France to fight Nazi Germany. Midwestern native John Ullinskey was there. He was also at the last major battle of World War II, off the island of Okinawa.
For one area company, Veteran’s Day this weekend has a special meaning and importance. Mike Greco and Chris Hellickson from JDog Junk Removal, the only U.S. military-branded company and franchise offered exclusively to veterans and their families.
"Project Hero" hosted it's annual Honor Ride to support vets and address the mental health crisis.