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Pennsylvania National Guard soldier killed in ambush shooting caught on video
“She was in the military, and for her to get killed in her own neighborhood where she was born and raised — it doesn’t sit right with us at all.”
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
Inept boss, altered records, ignored warnings at Pennsylvania vets’ nursing home
“It’s horrible how that place is being managed,” said Ian Horowitz, whose 81-year-old father, Ed, died this month of complications of the coronavirus.
Former Philadelphia Navy Yard worker disavows white supremacy at sentencing for hiding extremist ties
Fred C. Arena, 42, of Salem, N.J., told a federal judge he was no longer a member of Vanguard America, the neo-Nazi organization he accompanied tor the 2017 "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, Va
Philadelphia making sure WWII Medal of Honor recipient is never forgotten
"There's a lot of humanity there that people forget ... and we're making an endeavor to ensure they don't."
The humble rise and disgraceful fall of ‘Straw Hat Bandit,’ a Navy vet who robbed banks to pay rent and dental bills
"I remember the tellers saying he was overly polite. His demand notes said 'please' and 'thank you.'"
Navy recruiters get in on the VR game, showing potential sailors what it’s like to drive a special warfare boat
"The simulation gives them an opportunity to see the different mission areas the Navy has."
Meet Trump’s new nominee to lead the Navy
A retired rear admiral and naval aviator, Kenneth Braithwaite would replace Richard Spencer, who was fired on Sunday.
Alleged white supremacist who worked at Philadelphia Navy Yard too dangerous for bail, judge says
"He threatened to sever intimate parts of the women's bodies and store the parts in a jar," the U.S. attorney said.
Saturday’s Army-Navy Game Promises Pride, Power, And Not Much Passing
The last week of college football’s regular season is reserved for the truest of all amateur sporting events. With no...