21-year-old Spc. Branden Tyme Kimball died at Bagram Airfield.
The U.S. Navy revealed the identity of a midshipman who died during a fitness test at the Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md., on Saturday.
Two U.S. Army Special Forces soldiers who were killed when American and Afghan troops were fired on during a mission in Afghanistan were identified by the Pentagon on Sunday.
The vets were asked by the NFL to participate to honor both their military heritage and the 100th anniversary of the NFL as a professional football league.
Col. Charles McGee is still living large at 100 years old.
Feb. 2, 2020 is the seventh anniversary of the retired Navy SEAL’s death whose career was documented in the bestselling “American Sniper” autobiography and later blockbuster film.
Unlike physical wounds, such as burns or the loss of limbs, traumatic brain injuries aren't obvious and can take time to diagnose. The full impact — physically and psychologically — may not be evident for some time, as studies have shown links between TBI and mental health problems.
Spc. Moore was deployed to Syria as a part of Operation Inherent Resolve.
Officials said there were only two people aboard the Air Force E-11A electronic surveillance aircraft when it went down in Ghazni province.
A U.S. official says that a mystery crash in eastern Afghanistan was a U.S. military plane.
Sophie Yazzie, Arizona's longest-living veteran, died at the age of 105 on Saturday in Tucson.
The Space Force has a brand new logo.
At least 34 U.S. troops were diagnosed with traumatic brain injuries after an Iranian missile strike hit an Iraqi air base earlier this month, officials at the Pentagon announced Friday.
Florida lawmakers are fast-tracking legislation that would allow service members and veterans to receive college credits for their military training, with the goal of saving time and money.
A new U.S. Navy aircraft carrier will be named in honor of Pearl Harbor hero Doris Miller, the first African American recipient of the Navy Cross, during a ceremony in Pearl Harbor Monday.
Doris Miller was recognized for manning a machine gun and returning fire during the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor. An African American was not allowed to man a gun in the Navy at the time.
A man in military garb was caught on camera performing his patriotic duty at a Hope Mills, North Carolina, home after spotting a United States flag torn from its pole during storms and carefully folding it before placing it on the homeowner’s porch.
The U.S. Space Force has shared an image of the branch's new uniforms and patches.
The Pentagon had stopped all flight and field training for the approximately 850 Saudi students amid fears that others may have known about or been involved in the shooting at the Pensacola Naval Air Station.
A 104-year-old World War II veteran hopes to receive plenty of Valentine’s Day cards this year, to add to his collection of keepsakes documenting his own incredible life and generation.