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Fort Bliss identifies 2 soldiers who died in separate accidents over the weekend
Rest in peace, soldiers.
Air Force identifies F-16 pilot killed in Michigan crash
“Today is a day for mourning."
‘Shy, sweet and intelligent’ — Airman killed in Kuwait crash laid to rest
“The family has seen a lot of war in Vietnam ... The Vietnamese people are not fond of war.”
Airman killed in vehicle accident in Kuwait remembered as ‘exceptionally noble servant to the nation’
"Jason lived with passion and shared compassion with purpose to everyone."
‘Beloved’ Army paratrooper killed in motorcycle accident
Rest in peace, Sgt. Hughes.
Army vet Carl Reiner, American comedy titan, dies at 98
Reiner began writing and performing his own comedy material when he was recruited into a special unit that put on shows for the troops.
Police investigating death of Montana-based airman, the fourth this year
A1C Ethan W. Potter was a member of the 741st Maintenance Squadron.
Decorated WWII vet, forensics expert who examined Zodiac killer letters, dies at 100
Shimoda served with the legendary 442nd Infantry Regiment in WWII, then lost his leg in combat in Korea.
Honors on hold: Cemeteries postpone full military honors for veterans during pandemic
“It’s kind of uncomfortable. We’re used to greeting the families. We’re used to shaking hands.”
‘He was a great leader’ — Airmen mourn loss of beloved 21st Space Wing commander
"He was the best commander I’ve ever had.”
Tuskegee airman who fought in Pacific passes away at 91
"I was a crew chief and gunner. Whatever they needed," Hilton Carter said once in an interview.
Police identify Moody AFB airman who died in ATV accident Thursday
Conner Kendall, 26, was part of the 723d Aircraft Maintenance Squadron. He died when his ATV flipped over in a field off North Moody Drive.
Army veteran, ‘Seinfeld’ actor Jerry Stiller dies at 92
Stiller, the father of actor Ben Stiller and best known for his Emmy-nominated portrayal of Frank Costanza on "Seinfeld," died of natural causes.
WWII ace who shot down 9 Japanese Zeroes passes away at 100 years old
Edward “Whitey” Feightner shot down nine enemy fighters over the Pacific, performed with the Blue Angels, tested secret aircraft for the Navy, and rose to the rank of rear admiral.
Special tactics airman dies during training swim in Florida
An Air Force Special Tactics combat controller was found dead Thursday afternoon after he went missing during a surface training swim at a Florida naval base.
‘Honor and respect’ — Massachusetts police and fire arrange funeral for WWII vet who died with no family
Unable to locate any relatives, Brockton's police and fire departments will escort Marshall, a decorated veteran, to a government-sponsored burial on Thursday.
Army identifies soldier killed in Fort Irwin military training exercise
Pfc. Justin Candido Kirby, 21, was conducting combat maneuver operations in a Humvee when a "vehicle accident" occurred, the Army said.
Army identifies soldier who died after training at Fort Jackson
Pvt. Angel Cortes of Connecticut is the National Guard soldier who died Tuesday following a medical emergency while attending basic combat training.
New report reveals details on C-130 crash that killed 3 veterans in Australia
In a preliminary report into the crash, the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) said the aircraft was flying at a very low height with its left wing down and it...
Navy veteran killed in Molson Coors brewery shooting
Among the five victims of a shooting at a Milwaukee brewery on Wednesday was a former sailor who served aboard a nuclear submarine for four years until separating from the...
One of the last USS Arizona sailors to survive Pearl Harbor has passed away
Donald Stratton, one of the few remaining members of the USS Arizona who survived the Dec. 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor, has died. He was 97 years old.
The first black sailor to rise through the enlisted ranks and take command of a sub has died
Bundy started out as an enlisted sailor with sonar expertise, then made his way to assistant weapons officer and then submarine commander
Rudy Boesch, legendary Navy SEAL and fan favorite of first ‘Survivor’, dies at 91
Rudy Boesch, the retired Navy SEAL who was one of the first contestants to appear on the reality television show Survivor, has died at 91.
Hundreds of strangers showed up to the funeral of a Navy veteran with no surviving family to pay their respects
Well-wishers from across Oklahoma and the United States traveled to Perry, Oklahoma to give him a proper sendoff and see to it that his life was not forgotten.
Army Special Forces soldier dies in ‘freak accident’ during off-duty skydive
The 29-year-old was off-duty when he died from a "freak accident"