Justices say vet who lost job as Texas trooper can sue state
The Supreme Court has allowed a former state trooper to sue Texas over his claim that he was forced out of his job when he returned from Army service in Iraq.
A young WWII soldier’s remains could be those of Spike Lee’s lost cousin
While experts determined that DNA from the famous filmmaker could not be used for comparisons, the Pentagon gained a high-profile ally in its effort to help Black families who may have relatives missing in World War II.
Ex-Army Ranger charged in Capitol riot: House committee hearings have ‘poisoned the jury pool’ for trial
Former Army Ranger Robert Morss, a 29-year-old combat veteran, is accused of attacking police with a group of other rioters. He remains jailed pending trial this summer in Washington, D.C.
Army veteran appointed as first NY chief cyber officer
An Army veteran and cybersecurity expert has been tapped to serve as New York’s first chief cyber officer.
Biden to award Medal of Honor to soldiers for valor in Vietnam War
President Joe Biden will award the Medal of Honor, the nation’s highest recognition for combat valor, to four U.S. Army veterans who fought their way through hellacious battles during the Vietnam War more than 50 years ago.
Massachusetts community pays tribute to Air Force veteran and state trooper killed in hate crime
Last year, Winthrop, Mass., residents — retired Massachusetts State Trooper David L. Green, 58, and 60-year-old Ramona Cooper, an Air Force veteran — were “executed” by 28-year-old Nathan Allen.
A Minnesota publisher gave away his newspaper to fight in Ukraine
Lee Zion, a Navy veteran, has decided to effectively end a 32-year journalism career that has taken him to newsrooms across the country and even around the world while aboard an aircraft carrier.
STORIES OF HONOR: Albert Potter ‘100%’ grateful he survived WWII
Potter, who will turn 97 in September, served as a seaman before ultimately becoming a fire controlman in the U.S. Navy, participating in World War II Pacific campaign.
Emotional times: Vietnam Wall, 9/11 Wall traveling exhibits make stop in West Palm Beach
The wall is permanently housed in Brevard County but travels the nation, mostly from Texas eastward, between April and November making about 18 stops per year.
Last Civil War veteran buried in Nebraska’s Polk County honored
Seventy-five years after his death, William H. Fetters will be recognized as the last Civil War veteran buried in Polk County as part of a statewide project.
Former Army helicopter pilot pleads guilty to selling aviation secrets to China
A retired U.S. Army helicopter pilot pleaded guilty in San Diego for selling sensitive aviation-related information to China.
VA suspends employee who attacked veteran at clinic in Atlanta
Lawrence F. Gaillard Jr., who worked as a patient advocate at the Fort McPherson VA Clinic, has been indefinitely suspended without pay.
Biden praises Wounded Warriors as the 'spine of America'
More than two dozen veteran and active duty troops on Thursday rode two laps around the South Lawn as part of a multi-day cycling event.
Black veteran groups seek policy agenda on racial inequities
Representatives from nearly 20 advocacy groups for service members of color plan to collaborate on a legislative agenda to address longstanding racial, economic and social inequities facing more than 2 million Black American veterans.