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Two killed in explosion at Connecticut VA hospital
An explosion at a Veterans Affairs hospital in Connecticut has left several people with "serious injuries," the Associated Press reports
Immigrant Guardsman helps community while activated for COVID-19 response
U.S. Army Spc. Juan Herrera, 142nd Area Support Medical Company combat medic, helped spearhead a grassroots effort to deliver food to local families in need during the pandemic
75 years later, Iwo Jima Marines and sailors recall the bloody battle
The World War II battle claimed 6,821 American dead and was burned into the nation's memory by the image of valor and victory captured in the flag raising atop Mount...
We salute the Air National Guard chief master sergeant who pulled passengers from a fiery B-17 crash
"He is very familiar with the back of an aircraft," Army Maj. Gen. Francis J. Evon, adjutant general of the Connecticut National Guard, said in a statement on Thursday. "[It...
Connecticut attorney pleads guilty to stealing $1.4 million from his own charity for veterans and military families
Litchfield, Connecticut attorney Kevin Creed pleaded guilty Wednesday to stealing $1.4 million from the charity he founded to support families of military veterans
11 States Pull National Guard Off Border Missions To Protest Child Separations
Eleven US states have cancelled agreements to send members of the National Guard to the US-Mexico border as part of … Continued
The Navy Is Designing Its New Subs To Be More Convenient To Women
The Navy is designing the first U.S. submarines built specifically to accommodate female crewmembers — and the new boats will … Continued