In addition to going to Vietnam in 1969, Thomas Ollis later served in Kuwait and Afghanistan before retiring from the Army in 2006.
Anteris Alliance is a new business incubator that gives veteran and first responder-run businesses a boost to success.
Known as the Cadet Battery, the quartet of scaled-down but functional field artillery at the Virginia Military Institute is back and better than ever.
The Canadian-made Browning-Inglis 9mm has been iconic to the country’s military since World War II, but they may soon get a much-needed replacement.
The veteran’s mother expressed gratitude to Rowe for taking the time to acknowledge her son, but Rowe’s response was equally riveting, emotional and real.
President Barack Obama gave his farewell speech in Chicago Tuesday night, urging citizens of this country to protect democracy.
The officer thought the kids’ dad couldn’t hear them so he drove over and asked if they wanted to use the PA system to say bye.
Col. Edmund Bowen, who was born and raised on Staten Island, enlisted in 1972 and soon thereafter attended training at Parris Island.
U.S. and Canadian combat engineers deployed to Lithuania recently pointed out that an ancient field obstacle invented by the Romans is still pretty good at stopping tanks today.
The man accused of killing five and injuring six at a Fort Lauderdale airport Friday afternoon will appear at a preliminary hearing in federal court Monday.