Forgetting for a moment that he was in the middle of a qualifying round for the Olympics, US Army 2LT Sam Kendricks stopped and stood at attention.
She tried to return to the mic to finish her song, but soon shook her head and said, “I can’t do it,” as she was overcome with emotion.
The U.S. State Department approved the $60 million sale of military goods — including weapons, equipment, training and support — to the Afghan government, according to Thursday’s announcement.
World Series of Fighting CEO Carlos Silva said they aren’t just looking for good fighters, they’re looking for guys with great stories.
Army vet Cameron Kerr, who earned a Purple Heart after losing a leg in Afghanistan, started the page to help “fly him to the conflict zone of his choosing.”
“I told myself, ‘You know, I just shot 19 10’s and a few x’s – just shoot another 10. It’s not that hard. Relax,’” said Marine Sgt. Antonio DiConza.
After living in the same neighborhood for more than half a century, the man moved to Georgia immediately after he was robbed.
Under the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act, financial institutions are required to verify military status before repossession, but the credit union did not.
Trump said the veteran told him it was his “real” Purple Heart, but the man apparently told NBC News that it was a replica.
A tribute to the late Navy SEAL and author of the bestselling book American Sniper will be unveiled this week in Odessa, Texas.