Unfortunately it's not uncommon for veterans to find themselves alone at the end of their life.
Military movie legend Dale Dye reveals the worst military film he's ever seen, his thoughts on Space Force and his advice for...
Although a former Cleveland Browns player also died in the war, only Bob Kalsu was a major league athlete.
Former California Rep. Randall "Duke" Cunningham was convicted of taking bribes from defense contractors.
Sheehan served as a war correspondent for UPI and then the Times in the early days of U.S. involvement in the Vietnam War.
The measure would give 34K vets with hypothyroidism, bladder cancer or Parkinsonism access to compensation and care.
Military.com interviews Joe Galloway, a legendary war correspondent whose coverage of the Vietnam War helped shape how we...
Should women be required to register with U.S. Selective Service? Should all Americans have a mandatory national service...
SOG teams were primarily tasked with strategic reconnaissance deep behind enemy lines.
34K Vietnam vets were exposed to herbicides and later diagnosed with bladder cancer, Parkinsonism or hypothyroidism.
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin called the video "deeply disturbing" during a press conference.
It’s a tradition that’s lasted eight decades.
A Marine vet was issued a P320 as his service weapon to use as an officer for the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
The Navy is the first military service to reveal what leaders will cover during the military's upcoming stand-downs.
The Polar Star is the only icebreaker classified as "heavy" — able to break through ice up to 21 feet thick.