In May, President Obama announced a plan to get most U.S. combat forces out of Afghanistan by 2015. But support troops are still going in, including a unit with the Maryland National Guard.
Dozens of Maryland soldiers came home last Thursday to reunite with their families.
President Barack Obama is meeting with wounded service members from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.
President Barack Obama paid tribute Monday to the men and women who have died defending America, saying the country must strive “to be a nation worthy of your sacrifice.”
Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley has spoken with troops in Iraq with the help of the Internet phone and video communication provider Skype.
President Obama declares the war in Iraq over. After nine years of battle, thousands of U.S. troops are leaving Iraq for good.
Telling U.S. troops that “America is proud of all of you,” President Barack Obama marked the Fourth of July holiday by hosting a barbecue and concert for military members and families on the South Lawn of the White House.
Maryland Sen. Benjamin Cardin says he believes President Barack Obama’s timeline for troop withdrawal from Afghanistan can be sped up.
President Barack Obama told the nation Wednesday night he’s making good on his campaign promise to back down U.S. troops in Afghanistan.
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Rolling Thunder, a nonprofit group that draws attention to American troops who fought in wars and are still unaccounted for, is organizing a motorcycle ride this weekend to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
The Army says the 372nd Military Police Company is on its way home to western Maryland from a yearlong deployment in Afghanistan.