Marine veteran lost her leg, identity in helicopter crash, but she found new calling as world-class mountaineer

Marine Corps veteran Kirstie Ennis lost her left leg and suffered other serious injuries in a helicopter crash on her second tour in Afghanistan in 2012. In the wake of that life-altering trauma, the 33-year-old found a calling as a world-class mountaineer.

A brother, killed 80 years ago in WWII. A sister, left wondering. A resolution, finally.

WWII veteran Arthur Ervin Jr., was buried at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific in October 2023, four years after his sister Barbara Dyer was buried at age 86 — even though he died 75 years before her at age 22. Dyer spent her life wondering if her brother’s remains would ever be found, identified and returned.

New Vegas attraction lets you become a player in a video game world

Dozens of radically interactive and immersive games are featured at the Electric Playhouse, a 10,000-square-foot high-tech new attraction that opened in June at the Forum Shops at Caesars in Las Vegas.

When veterans and their spouses die, he inscribes the words that describe them

Adam Johnson has been Quantico’s dedicated inscriber for about three years and at other national cemeteries for five years before that.

Coast Guard vets call for all service leaders involved in sexual assault cover-up to testify before Congress

Nearly 70 Coast Guard veterans on Tuesday called on senators investigating the service’s sexual-assault scandal to force all Coast Guard leaders involved in the service’s internal investigation to testify in Congress about the yearslong cover-up.

Texas court denies request to reverse pardon of former soldier who killed Air Force vet

A request by a county prosecutor in Texas to reverse the pardon of a former Army sergeant who was convicted of fatally shooting an Air Force veteran during a racial protest was denied by the state’s highest criminal appeals court.

‘She’s a trailblazer’: WWII nurse honored at 106 years old

Irene Hosking was just 24 years old when she enlisted in the Army Nurse Corps on May 15, 1942. Her dedication to service members didn’t end when World War II did, however, and she was recently celebrated for her lifetime of achievements.

Henry N. Wilcots, celebrated architect and decorated Montford Point Marine, has died at 96

Henry N. Wilcots, 96, of Philadelphia, a retired celebrated architect, longtime collaborator with Philadelphia icon Louis I. Kahn and decorated Montford Point Marine, died June 17 of complications from age-associated ailments.

Air Force veteran shared classified info on US aircraft ‘vulnerabilities,’ feds say

An Air Force veteran accused of repeatedly sharing classified information on U.S. aircraft and weapons “vulnerabilities” to multiple people was arrested in his Florida hometown.

CEOs charged with top Navy admiral fight US bribery allegations

Two top executives of a technology services firm charged alongside the highest-ranking Navy admiral ever to face criminal indictment for bribery are fighting the charges, challenging federal prosecutors’ decision to bring what one of their lawyers called a “politically motivated” military corruption case.