Russian ships recently practiced destroying a “carrier strike group of a mock enemy” off the coast of Hawaii, according to a statement from the country’s ministry of defense.
Any day now, the intelligence community is going to release its unclassified report to congress detailing everything it knows about the decades-old UFO phenomena.
Every year, the LST-393 Veterans Museum in Muskegon, Michigan holds a celebration to honor those who lost their lives on D-Day, June 6, 1944.
This massive invasion changed the tide of WWII in Europe, helping the Allies to defeat the Axis powers. Here are five essential facts to know about D-Day.
The heroes that I served with wouldn’t want another wreath-laying ceremony. Sure, they would certainly want to be remembered, but why not celebrate everything America is about: Our shared value system, our fierce desire for individual freedom and, of course, hamburgers on the grill.
The Department of Veterans Affairs and Department of the Army have announced that they will lift restrictions on gathering sizes at national cemeteries and Arlington National Cemetery next week.
Thanks to programs like Disney’s Heroes Work Here and Comcast NBCUniversal’s initiative to recruit 10,000 veterans, Guard, and Reserve members within two years, the Post 9/11 cohort of veterans have found challenging, yet rewarding careers in media and entertainment.
There is a certain charm about military slang. Sometimes efficient and sometimes offensive, every branch has invented its own language to describe people, places and things.