Protecting the military’s most sensitive information begins in the most unusual of places.
Officials of the armed services and the Maryland State Police are paying tribute to state troopers who are also U.S. military veterans.
On the grounds where Samuel Ringgold Jr. and his younger brothers Cadwalader and George Hay used to live — before they grew up to “have distinguished military careers” — a monument was dedicated in their honor on Sunday.
Top Navy officials and family members are among more than 2,000 people remembering the Washington Navy Yard shootings a year after 12 people were killed.
A Maryland School for the Deaf teacher from Frederick is leading a rally in support of allowing the deaf and hard-of-hearing to serve in the U.S. military.
For those in the armed forces, divorce can be a whole new battleground.
President Barack Obama is offering civilian federal workers and members of the military a 1 percent pay increase in 2015, the same raise he offered last year citing efforts to keep government costs down during the economic recovery.
The District of Columbia police chief is urging President Barack Obama not to cancel a program enabling local law enforcement agencies to buy surplus military equipment at big discounts.
The senior commander of Aberdeen Proving Ground says stronger ties between the Army installation and the surrounding community could help avert large job cuts at the research and weapons-testing post near Baltimore.
A woman known for donating gowns from her Maryland bridal shop to military brides has been sentenced to nearly four years in prison for stealing more than $5 million from her nonprofit employer.
As graduation looms, many high school seniors are prepping for college or perhaps for the workforce, uncertain of what the future will bring. But several local students have already chosen a career path. In the fall, they’ll head to a service academy to take courses and begin training for the military.
The sound of motorcycles can be heard around the nation’s capitol.