Emma Didlake had no idea what a big deal it was when she joined the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps in 1943.
A 24-pound long gun was named Perfectus after Loretta Perfectus Walsh during a ceremony in Boston marking Women's History...
When you think "U.S. Navy," do you think "badass women?" Because you should.
Here's a look at just a few women who put themselves in harm's way to protect our way of life.
When Janie L. Mines arrived at the Naval Academy the academy wasn't ready for women.
Until 1970, pregnant women in the military had a choice: get an abortion or get out. Ruth Bader Ginsburg helped change that.
She was the first woman to be a commissioned officer in the U.S. military and she ensured other women would be too.
Retired Lt. Col. Kathy La Sauce, known as a mobility legend within the community and the Air Force, broke barriers.
Think the Coast Guard is just about boats and rescues? Think again.
Since starting the project, Air Force veteran Stacy Pearsall has taken photos of almost 7,000 veterans in 27 states.
The Veterans Health Care Freedom Act would largely take the VA out of the community care process.
Motorcyclists typically use the Pentagon's parking lot as a staging area for the ride, but officials denied the application.
Lima Company was one of two recruit companies selected to participate in a study assessing a progressive approach to hiking...
President Biden will upgrade Ralph Puckett's Distinguished Service Cross to the Medal of Honor.
An 82nd Airborne soldier is facing charges stemming from a deadly firefight between U.S. forces and those backing Assad.