Gilbert Baker found his calling and community after the Army sent him to San Francisco in 1970.
Eric Carle was first conscripted by the German Army during World War II, then by the U.S. Army in 1952.
Persistence was the key in Villanueva making the cut to join the National Football League.
Chuck Norris, the martial arts superstar, first started honing his skills in Korea while serving in the Air Force. An...
Vincent Patton III served as the eighth master chief petty officer of the Coast Guard from 1998-2002.
Orville Richard Burrell, who joined the Marines in 1988, later became a well-known musician known as Shaggy.
Lt. Gen. Ricardo S. Sanchez became commander of coalition ground forces in the U.S.-led occupation of Iraq on June 14, 2003.
Montel Williams enlisted in the Marines and served in the Navy before becoming a television host and motivational speaker.
Ignoring enemy fire, Army Master Sgt. Jose M. Lopez killed at least 100 enemy soldiers during World War II.
After combat missions over Vietnam, Col. Guion S. Bluford Jr. flew on to become America's first Black astronaut.
For decades, the Feres Doctrine has kept active-duty military personnel from suing the government.
Gen. David Berger told Congress that the service has trimmed assets and people and needs full funding to ensure readiness.
The North Carolina House wants to exempt military retiree pay from state income taxes for more veterans in North Carolina.
The VA and the Department of Housing and Urban Development are bracing for the end of the moratorium on June 30.
The Air Force announced plans to buy between 140 to 160 "KC-Y" commercial derivative tankers at a rate of 12 to 15 aircraft...