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An Air Force veteran in recovery is using his home to help struggling vets find peace and sanctuary
Air Force veteran Anthony Luton has seen a lot of things in life, good and bad. Now he wants to use his experience to help others like him
I learned to understand shame after losing my brother on September 11th
"I would go on to serve two deployments to Iraq as a soldier and one deployment to Afghanistan as a civilian advisor, and each time, I would feel the physical manifestation of the grief I felt after losing my brother"
He was born in a village in Sudan. It took joining the Army to find his home
Seven years before he was granted U.S. citizenship at a federal district courthouse in Des Moines, Pfc. Fortytwo Chotper was learning English from American cartoons in a Kenyan refugee camp
He came to America to join the military. Then he sacrificed his life and became a community hero
On that fateful December night in 2017, he could have easily escaped the flames unharmed, but Emmanuel Mensah's overwhelming sense of duty to both nation and community propelled him back inside the burning building
‘You’re disgusting’ — Biracial military family welcomed to Kansas City with racist taunts
Jamari Roland, is a 37-year-old U.S. Army veteran, originally from Los Angeles, who works for the State Department. A special agent to the Bureau of Diplomatic Security, he’s here for a year of training at the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College in Fort Leavenworth
Military sexual trauma panel hosted by BourBiz
As U.S. military leaders grapple with the subject of sexual violence in the wake of Vanessa Guillen’s alleged slaying, Army, Air Force and Navy veterans share their personal experiences and make recommendations to create a safer military
Community outpouring helping families of men who died in Marine AAV training exercise
Hundreds gathered at a vigil at Del Mar Beach on Camp Pendleton to remember the eight Marines and one sailor who died when an amphibious assault vehicle sank off San Clemente Island
6 smart habits of the US military’s most successful commanders
We need a few good men and women with leadership experience — and what better leadership school than the U.S. military?
A WWI Code Talker sings the Marine Corps hymn in Navajo
To honor Navajo Code Talkers Day, listen to Pfc. Joe Hosteen Kellwood sing the Marines’ Hymn in Navajo
She was a pioneering Coast Guard rescue swimmer. A tsunami of sexual harassment followed
Coast Guard veteran Sara Faulkner says she endured groping, licking, butt smacking, leering and crude sexual innuendos meant to humiliate her in front of colleagues
Fighter pilots have to conserve mental energy like it’s jet fuel — here’s how they do it
A modern fighter pushes what the body and mind can handle to the limit.
Meet the Navy’s first Black female tactical jet pilot
Lt. j.g. Madeline “Maddy” Swegle talks about what it took to become the U.S. Navy's first Black female tactical jet...
Dogfighting at 9gs is like aiming ‘through a toilet paper roll’
If you have any hope of winning, your strength has to be greater than your opponent’s weakness. As a young second lieutenant in pilot training, I learned that lesson the hard way.
‘There are no barriers’ — Meet the first female commander of the 1st Special Operations Wing
As if taking command of the most-deployed wing in the Air Force wasn't enough of a challenge, Col. Jocelyn Schermerhorn comes into the role as the COVID-19 pandemic intrudes on the wing's operations, and as the Air Force, in the wake of the George Floyd shooting, grapples with issues of race and diversity
‘We are far from where we need to be’ — This Marine has made it her mission to fight discrimination in the ranks
"I used to be so timid, but now I won’t stop until I physically can’t go anymore.”
F-14 Tomcat monument installed in Virginia Beach
Shortly after sunrise Tuesday morning, a new F-14 Tomcat monument arrived at the Oceanfront on a flatbed truck
Service members are sharing their stories of sexual harassment and assault using #IAmVanessaGuillen
"We are the faces of military sexual trauma and assault."
A bunch of gamers are raising money to save a WWII museum that honors the soldiers they play as online
Video game enthusiasts and history buffs are coming together to save a museum in Europe that commemorates the sacrifice and service of the World War II soldiers they play as online
Marine veteran and paralympic legend Angela Madsen dies while rowing across the Pacific
"I can say that she did die doing what she loved"
Beloved Coast Guard dog Onyx passes away after 13.5 years of being a very good girl
'Onyx’s diligence, perseverance and devotion to duty are in keeping with the highest traditions of the United States Coast Guard.'
High speed, long drags: Meet the Marine Raiders who founded their own cannabis company
A group of Marine special operations veterans founded a Helmand Valley Growers Company with the goal of bringing medical cannabis to veterans who need it.