Pipe tomahawk given by Washington in 1792 returned to tribe

A long-missing peace pipe tomahawk President George Washington gave to a Seneca leader in the late 18th century has been returned to the tribe in western New York.

  This veteran reunites soldiers with beloved street dogs they left behind on the front lines

Army staff sergeant reunites with puppy he found while on duty in Iraq

  Adopt A Mule: Fort Hood military mule searching for forever home

  Military foundations in pursuit for MCH to have a new name

U.S. representative reads personal stories of Texas veterans

Pentagon sending another 3,750 troops to Southwest border

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Sexual assault, harassment spike at US military academies

Suicide rates among Marines, Navy reached 10-year high in 2018

Auschwitz survivors pay homage as world remembers Holocaust

Veteran denied surgery for rare condition that causes constant pain, severe weight loss

West Texas VA Health Care System hosts Veterans Town Hall in Big Spring

4 service members charged in death of Lubbock green beret

  Show Of Support Hunt For Heroes welcomes wounded veterans

The 15th annual Show Of Support Hunt For Heroes began Wednesday.

  National Guardsman serving at border arrested for sexual assault

Alpine Police Officers arrested Luis Ontiveros, 30, for sexual assault of a female.

A Vietnam veteran died with no family, so other vets stepped up to remember him

The community also provided the funeral home with the proper paperwork to ensure the Marine veteran got military honors at the service.

  Veteran’s Day deals, events, office closures

Veteran’s Day is a time to thank those who serve, and what better way to say thank you then free food and discounts.

HEARTWARMING VIDEO: Military dad surprises son at school

Joint Base Charleston C-17 accidentally drops Humvee on North Carolina town

With evidence of Russian buildup in European foothold, US military is at the ready

Medal of Honor awarded to Sgt. Maj. John Canley, who saved fellow Marines during Vietnam battle

Lt. Gen. Laura Richardson becomes first woman to lead largest command in US Army

Pentagon reveals cyber breach of travel records

‘Lowest level of humanity’: Man allegedly urinates on flags in veterans cemetery

Police are investigating, and the mayor says he’s confident anyone found guilty will be held “fully responsible for these despicable actions.”