Frank Macon died Sunday night at his home in Colorado Springs. He was 97.
Former Army linebacker Lyle Weaver, who stood out in the Hula Bowl his senior year and had a tryout with the New York Jets, lost his fight with cancer Thursday at the age of 42.
While in Congress from 1979 to 1985, Jepsen led the Joint Economic Committee of Congress and served on the Armed Services and Agriculture committees, according to the Quad-City Times.
Baron Wolman, renowned for his photographic images of rock stars, 1960s icons, boxers, groupies and cultural events including Woodstock, died Monday at age 83.
Max W. Daniels, 103, of Lake Como, Pa., a member of the first Black recruits known as the Montford Point Marines, died Sunday at a nursing home in Wall Township, N.J.
LaFayette Antonio Bronston, a staff sergeant in the Marines, was awarded three Purple Hearts, a Silver Star and a Bronze Star during his three Vietnam tours
Charles “Chuck” Reiner, a World War II veteran who worked at the VA Medical Center in Syracuse for 25 years and volunteered there even longer, died Thursday at age 100.
Former Staff Sgt. Ronald Shurer earned the nation's highest military honor in 2018. He died after a lengthy battle with lung cancer on May 14 at the age of 41.
Tom Yewcic, an Army veteran, played quarterback and punted for the then-Boston Patriots, and was a catcher for the Detroit Tigers during his brief major league career.
A former leader of the Wisconsin National Guard, retired Maj. Gen. James Blaney, died Sunday, the Guard said. He was 82.
Adm. Carlisle Trost, who served as Chief of Naval Operations from 1986 to 1990, died Sept. 29 at the age of 90 of complications from a fall.
Austin "Babe" Monsanto, an Army veteran who President Dwight Eisenhower named as the first Virgin Islander to be a National Park ranger, died Saturday at the age of 94.
Edward C. Meyer, a four-star general who, as the Army chief of staff from 1979 to 1983, led an effort to restructure what he called a “hollow Army” in the aftermath of the Vietnam War, died Oct. 13 at his home in Arlington, Va. He was 91.
A 30-year Army veteran who was the longest continuously serving Ranger in Vietnam and one of the war’s most decorated enlisted soldiers has died.