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A Navy veteran could lose his home in a dispute over a flagpole
A Navy veteran who installed a pole in his yard to fly the American flag is now in danger of losing his home because of it
Here’s how the Minnesota National Guard plans on fighting sexual assault and harassment in the ranks
Between 2014 and 2019, the Minnesota National Guard got 112 reports of sexual assault, with nine of those cases resulting in criminal charges
CNO speaks out on racism and George Floyd
U.S. Navy Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Mike Gilday's message to Sailors amid nationwide protests in response to the death...
New Coast Guard cutter named for Coastie who died trying to rescue 3 kids from a fierce storm
A new fast response U.S. Coast Guard cutter has been named after a rescuer from Michigan who lost his life trying to save three teenage brothers who were swept off a pier during a fierce Lake Superior storm known as “Black Sunday.”
Air Force vet wins $75,000 settlement with employer who wouldn’t allow service dog
"When you have a service dog, the employment opportunities are so much narrower."
A former Army Guardsman is documenting the murals troops left behind during the Global War on Terror
"It's kind of a representation, a quick little snapshot of these service members' identity, their life-changing experience that they went through together."
Minnesota National Guard identifies 3 soldiers killed in helicopter crash
Chief Warrant Officer 2 James A. Rogers Jr., Chief Warrant Officer 2 Charles P. Nord, and Sgt. Kort M. Plantenberg, were killed when their UH-60 Black Hawk went down southwest of St. Cloud, Minnesota.
3 soldiers killed in Army National Guard Black Hawk helicopter crash in Minnesota
A Black Hawk helicopter went down in central Minnesota on Thursday, killing all three soldiers on board, after it lost contact with the Minnesota National Guard during a maintenance test flight, Governor Tim Walz said on Thursday
Army National Guard UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter crashes in Minnesota
The National Guard is not releasing any information about the status of the three people aboard the helicopter.
A Minnesota National Guard recruit is under investigation for his alleged ties to a white supremacist group
The unnamed 19-year-old Minnesota National Guard recruit from Chaska, Minn., was exposed as a part of a leak of internet chat logs in March
Veterans Group That Fraudulently Collected $425K Ordered To Close, Distribute Funds To Other Organizations
A nonprofit that sought and collected donations supposedly for paid phone cards for veterans and their families was ordered by...
Minnesota Holocaust Survivor’s Help Leads To New Criminal Charges Against Nazi Guards
In Judith Meisel’s last image of her mother, Mina, she is standing outside a gas chamber at the Stutthof concentration...
Minnesota Town Shuts Down Plan To Allow Satanic Veterans Memorial In Public Park
The Satanic Veterans Memorial is looking for a new home after the town of Belle Plaine, Minnesota (pop. 6,900), where...
Here Are The 5 Safest US States To Live In, Apparently
Choosing where to live can be hard, but safety should always be a top factor. Every day, we scroll through...
Vietnam Vet Charged Following Fight With Pokémon Go Players In Memorial Park
To play Pokémon Go, the wildly popular augmented reality game, players must scour the Earth catching magical creatures that they...