Two U.S. Army helicopter pilots died today after their AH-64 Apache helicopter crashed during a routine training mission in South Korea.
An army dog tag lost in 2006 is making its way back to the family of the soldier it belonged to.
An Army staff sergeant and his bride had their dream wedding with no cost to them on Veterans Day thanks to the organization Operation Marry Me Military.
As we near Veteran's Day, one vet, retired Captain Florent Groberg, will be honored next week with the Medal of Honor.
A soldier from southeastern North Carolina killed in Afghanistan more than three years ago is among the fallen service members to be honored by the Carolina Panthers this weekend.
Officials at Fort Bragg closed an access gate after construction workers discovered four artillery shells.
Pennsylvania state police say a military blimp that broke loose in Maryland and drifted over Pennsylvania is on the ground and secure.
A spokesman for the U.S.-led coalition in Iraq has identified the commando killed in a raid against the Islamic State group in northern Iraq as Master Sgt. Joshua L. Wheeler.
The Army is set to hold an Article 32 hearing for Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, who faces military charges for leaving his post in Afghanistan.
A man born in the Dominican Republic joined the Army following the September 11 terrorist attacks. Today, more than 14 years later, that man is now an American citizen.