Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel traveled to Dover Air Force Base, Del., on Wednesday for the arrival of the remains of four U.S. soldiers killed Sunday in Afghanistan.
Months after the Emancipation Proclamation was signed 150 years ago, the first unit of black Northern soldiers was organized as the 54th Massachusetts Regiment and went on to fight at Fort Wagner in South Carolina during the Civil War.
Baltimore is set to hold events throughout the weekend to honor all U.S. soldiers. Take the time to attend and remember these heroes.
For those who have ever wondered if their ancestors were war heroes or war prisoners, Debra Hoffman, professional genealogist, will provide the tools to uncover the stories of Civil War soldiers buried in family lines.
Twenty-two million Americans and their families have a special connection to this day. They are the ones who served in the military and have earned the day off and the right to be in parades held in their honor. As Baltimore honored its veterans Monday, some wished more had turned out to say thanks.
As the nation observes Veterans Day, rangers at Fort McHenry are educating the public on its history beyond the Star-Spangled Banner.
A motorcade traveling from Walter Reed National Medical Center in Bethesda to New York city will result in minor delays in traffic along the route.
Wounded and ill soldiers and Army veterans from across the country will train and compete for spots on the Army’s Warrior Games team.
Blending solemn tradition with joyous reunion, the top commander of U.S. forces in Iraq returned home to U.S. soil Tuesday, greeted by his wife and his president in an understated ceremony to mark the end of a nine-year conflict that has defined a generation.
A creative writing program from the National Endowment for the Arts is being added to the treatment program for injured U.S. soldiers who have brain injuries and conditions after serving in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The body parts of soldiers lost, their family members never notified. Wednesday night, the Pentagon orders a review of mishandled remains at Dover Air Force Base.
An Army captain at Fort Meade says he’s an atheist — and he wants official recognition as a humanist lay leader, on par with the Christian, Jewish and Muslim lay leaders who help military chaplains serve the troops.