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From cherry pies to turkeys and mashed potatoes, two sisters are on a mission to make sure families in need have the Thanksgiving dinners they deserve.
A woman is sending over 100,000 cards to troops overseas this holiday season.
A military court has agreed to hear an appeal by a U.S. Army soldier who left his post in Afghanistan and was held prisoner by the Taliban for five years.
All Marines now have the right to bear umbrellas, for the first time in their more than 200-year history.
Coastal Christian Academy had some very distinguished guests visit their classrooms Thursday morning.
Veterans transitioning to civilian status after service can sometimes have a difficult time finding their place.
Family members of the 13 people killed in a mass shooting at a Texas military base have marked the 10th anniversary of the attack.
Former President Jimmy Carter said he was "at ease with death" while speaking in front of a crowd during a Sunday school service this weekend.
The Fort Bragg fairgrounds parking lot was an assembly line Monday afternoon with families lining up for a big donation.