Maryland and U.S. flags will be lowered to honor a soldier from Baltimore who was killed while serving in Afghanistan.
The university plans to display Alexander Sterrett Paxton’s diary containing vivid accounts of Civil War battles.
The Department of Defense says 24-year-old Specialist Barun Rai died Wednesday in Logar province, southeast of Kabul, of injuries sustained when a vehicle rolled over.
Frustration over airline baggage fees prompts a U.S. soldier to post his story online.
A few hours of fun and relaxation ends in horror for a group of soldiers stationed at Aberdeen Proving Ground. The soldiers headed to a popular swimming area in Rocks State Park in Harford County. One of them went in the water but never came out.
The remains of a Dundalk soldier killed in Germany during World War II have been laid to rest in Dundalk 66
years after he died.
A decade of war has given the U.S. military a huge problem. Soldiers have been killing themselves at an unprecedented rate.
The Maryland National Guard will rename a training area for a fallen soldier.
Supporters of the Army private suspected in one of the biggest security breaches in U.S. history say WikiLeaks has fulfilled its pledge to aid in his defense by contributing $15,100.
A long and dangerous journey comes to an end— just in time for the holidays. Hundreds of soldiers and marines landed Thursday afternoon at BWI-Marshall.
A soldier home for the holidays is murdered in Baltimore. One year later his killer is still on the loose, and his family is pleading for help.
The United Nations says it is looking into a complaint that the Army private suspected of giving classified documents to WikiLeaks has been mistreated in custody.