Phil Bucklew had an experienced eye for irregular warfare by the time he arrived in Vietnam in the early 1960s.
Celebrate National Doughnut Day with the sweet treat that landed at D-Day, Da Nang and everywhere else US troops were sent.
The pilot of Flying Tiger Line Flight 739 was an experienced pilot and World War II veteran.
Charles Hagemeister, 74, died Wednesday in Leavenworth, Kan.
'Blue water' Navy veterans who served offshore and were exposed to the deadly herbicide are now eligible for compensation.
Historian Rick Atkinson's 1989 classic is finally available as an unabridged audiobook.
It was called the "Golden Brigade" because everything it touched turned to gold.
The legendary actor didn't serve in the war, even when many of his contemporaries did.
What is the draft and Selective Service? Here’s everything you need to know
"My outlook, my life, my service … everything changed," he said. "I now understood my true debt to society, my opportunity to...
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...