Lost, found, repatriated

Courtesy photographRaymond Odom, U.S. Army Air Forces veteran, joined the service during World War II on Feb. 23, 1943. In early May of...

Four NCOs, 16 Army vets to compete in Rio Paralympics

Army photograph by Tim HippsSgt. Elizabeth Marks of the U.S. Army World Class Athlete Program wins the women's 100-meter breaststroke with a time...

William Dunn: America’s first WWII ace

Air Force photograph by Airman 1st Class Ashley WilliamsonLt. Col. Nathan Mead, 334th Fighter Squadron commander, presents a plaque to Felicia Hutto, granddaughter...

World War II veteran laid to rest after 75 years

Navy photograph by PO3 Charles D. Gagis IVSailors assigned to Naval Base Kitsap fold the National Ensign over the remains of World War...

Leader of Band is Veteran of the Year: Pilot, trauma specialist,...

LANCASTER, Calif.-- Antelope Valley's Veteran of the Year, selected by the California State Assembly, is a two-tour Iraq War veteran, a Blackhawk helicopter pilot...

Speaking to American Legion, Dunford honors service, sacrifice of military

Praising the bravery, service and sacrifice of those who wear the nation's uniform, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff told the American...

William Dunn; America’s first WWII ace

Courtesy photographWilliam Dunn, British Royal Air Force Squadron 71 pilot, is the first American Ace of World War II. Although Dunn was the...

‘Expendable’ WWII Merrill’s Marauders survive into their 100s

Courtesy photographOn March 18, 1944, men and animals from the 2nd Battalion cross the Tanai River on a bamboo bridge built by Kachin...

Japanese first lady pays tribute at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii

Japan's first lady has visited Pearl Harbor in Hawaii for the first time to pay tribute to the victims of the Japanese attack 75...

VA provides service dog benefits to Veterans with mental health disorders

The Department of Veterans Affairs announced Aug. 18 that it is piloting a protocol to implement veterinary health benefits for mobility service dogs approved...