Remains of NJ soldier killed in WWII identified 76 years after he went missing in Germany
Larry S. Wassil, of Bloomfield, was leading a three-man reconnaissance team scouting enemy positions near Bergstein in late 1944 when he disappeared, the U.S. Department of Defense said. Wassil and the two other soldiers scattered when Axis forces began firing on them.
Alex Jones, Roger Stone subpoenaed by House Jan. 6 committee
The subpoenas include demands for documents and testimony from Stone and Jones as well as three people accused of organizing and promoting the two rallies that took place on Jan. 6. 
Judge dismisses neglect case against former superintendent, medical director of Holyoke Soldiers’ Home
They were charged by state Attorney General Maura Healey’s office in connection with a deadly COVID-19 outbreak at the soldiers’ home as the pandemic began to crest in the spring of 2020.
Ex-Army Ranger Parnell loses custody battle, suspends Senate campaign
In a statement, former Army Ranger Sean Parnell said he was devastated by the judge's decision, and plans to ask the judge to reconsider, but that he cannot continue his campaign.
Bestselling Minnesota author, poet Robert Bly, a Navy veteran, dies at 94
Robert Bly, the National Book Award-winning poet who started out writing bucolic poems about rural Minnesota and went on to shake up the complacent world of 1950s poetry, has died. He spent two years in the U.S. Navy, starting in 1944, working with radar and sonar.
Programs utilize the outdoors for veterans therapy
Of all the emerging forms of therapy for United States veterans, one has proved to be both timeless and consistently effective: the outdoors.
Marine Corps compliance with vaccine mandate on course to be military’s worst
Up to 10,000 active-duty Marines will not be fully vaccinated against the coronavirus when their deadline arrives in coming days, a trajectory expected to yield the U.S. military’s worst immunization rate.
Illinois looks to return 11 Purple Hearts to rightful owners
Illinois Treasurer Michael Frerichs said the 11 medals each were left in a bank safe deposit box that went untouched for years.
Attorneys: Alleged killer in Alabama shooting has PTSD from combat
A capital murder defendant charged with being the trigger man in the alleged murder-for-hire of a Hartselle, Ala., man is suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder relating to his military service in Iraq, according to his lawyers, and the court this month ordered that he undergo a mental evaluation.
Korean War memorial opens in S. California with donations from Koreans near and far
The Fullerton monument to the Korean War is the only one on the West Coast and the first to include the names of all 36,591 Americans who died in the war from 1950 to 1953. Thousands of Koreans, from Seoul to Southern California, wrote checks toward the $1-million cost.