This article was submitted by Andrea Wagner. On May 1 Lt. Steven Kinney deployed to Afghanistan with the 10th Mountain Division, where his unit will be stationed for the next nine months.
Photo by Brittany Murray / Staff Photographer 5/18/13 - World War II veterans wave to the crowd during the 54th Annual Armed Forces Day parade in Torrance, California.
SUN PHOTO BY AL HEMINGWAY Dressed in ceremonial garb, John Griffin explains the role Black Seminoles had during their conflicts with the U.S., during the 13th annual Emancipation Day celebration Saturday afternoon at the Blanchard House Museum in Punta Gorda.
Five Major Gen. who grew up on Long Island. MG John Rossi, of Smithtown, MG Patrick Higgins, of East Meadow, Francis Mahon, of Northport, Thomas Vandal, of Smithtown, and John Ferrari, of Plainview.
John Otte, 65, a U.S. Army combat infantryman who served in Vietnam in 1967-68, sits in his Harbor City, Calif., home with a framed photo of him receiving his second purple heart for injuries suffered in combat.
PVT Austin David Acosta, graduation day on May 9, 2013. Now stationed at Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, TX.
The Armed Forces are in uniform and are planting flags on Saturday at Riviera Beach City Hall to honor our military heroes and first responders.
"We're ASKING for the enemy to fire on us? It's a suicide assignment!" That is what one veteran of a unique U.S. Army unit in WW II recalls asking his commanding officer in clarifying their mission.
A change to the original redevelopment plan for Fort Monmouth will allow a parcel to become a veterans' community.
Special Warfare Operator Third Class Jonathan H. Kaloust was killed during night training exercises and seven other special operators were injured in the accident.
An Iraq War veteran who was convicted of manslaughter in a motorcycle club shooting has been sentenced to 21 years in prison.
Two Sanford brothers arrested this week bought and sold an estimated $1 million in stolen power tools from the U.S. Army and plotted to rip off the government for military equipment, including armor-piecing ammunition, federal officials say.
A U.S. Army spokesman says one member of the U.S. Navy was killed and several others injured during a training exercise at the Fort Knox, Ky., Army post.
Airman 1st Class James Mason, 28th Civil Engineer Squadron, rides his motorcycle around Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., on Aug.
Not surprisingly, friends and family of Mitch Daehling were emotional after hearing of his death.