President Joe Biden has decided to leave American troops in Afghanistan beyond the May 1 deadline negotiated with the Taliban by the Trump administration, and has set the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks as the new goal, a U.S. official said Tuesday.
A Bay Area veteran had a front seat to history and sometimes that seat was driving alongside General George Patton. On his 100th birthday, Walter Tuglus reveals his advice to living a long life.
Inadequate training, shabby maintenance and poor judgment by leaders led to the sinking of a seafaring tank last year off Southern California that killed nine service members, according to findings of a Marine Corps investigation released Thursday.
The C-17 aircraft took off March 17 from Joint Base Charleston and flew to Pope Army Airfield, where they picked up female paratroopers.
The Pentagon approved an extension of the National Guard deployment at the U.S. Capitol for about two more months, defense officials announced Tuesday.
The US Navy has been trying to decide what to do with a massive assault ship that was heavily damaged last year by fire. A group of lawmakers is trying to convince military leaders to sink the USS Bonhomme Richard off Florida's coast.
The Great American Race marks the season-opener of the NASCAR Cup Series and can be watched on FOX 35.
For the first time in 20 years, the U.S. military has gone a full year without a single combat death in Afghanistan.
Members of Congress from Florida are getting lots of calls from veterans complaining they’re being denied COVID-19 shots at VA clinics.
The Idaho Army National Guard has identified the three soldiers who were killed in a Black Hawk helicopter crash Tuesday night.
Women serving in the U.S. Army will have more options when styling their hair and coloring their nails after a change in policy.
Sgt. Jessica Mitchell's shooting death followed that of her 18-year-old brother in 2017, a report said
Troops based in Japan, South Korea and Europe were among the first to receive the vaccine amid rising cases of the coronavirus around the world.
Lieutenants with the St Petersburg Police Department helped to orchestrate a homecoming surprise for one of their colleagues on Christmas Eve.
A Valley veteran was in a 30-day coma and woke up to eviction and his things auctioned off. He was then scammed out of $2,000 while trying to find a new home. Now a month later, it's all changed for him.
The COVID-19 vaccine has arrived in Orlando, and local veterans are among the first to receive the shot.
A Marine veteran from Texas who had his legs blown off by a roadside bomb in Iraq has become only the second double amputee police officer in the United States.
It’s (still) beer o’clock for Andrew E. Slavonic.
A World War II veteran battling COVID-19 was released from an Alabama hospital, just in time to celebrate his 104th birthday.
The Army says it has fired or suspended 14 officers and enlisted soldiers after an investigation into soldier safety and well-being at Fort Hood.