US Medal of Honor recipient Hiroshi Miyamura dies at 97
Hiroshi “Hershey” Miyamura, the son of Japanese immigrants who was awarded the U.S. Medal of Honor for actions in the Korean War, has died
Flight with 300 Kansas soldiers on board makes emergency landing in Chicago
The soldiers were part of the 2nd Armored Brigade Combat team and were heading from Fort Riley to Poland to assist NATO troops.
Ukraine says it will look into alleged prisoner shooting video
Ukraine says it will investigate video footage circulated on Russian social media which Moscow alleged shows that Ukrainian forces killed Russian troops who may have been trying to surrender
US is increasing pace of hypersonic weapons development to chase China and Russia, senior admiral says
China and Russia are driving the US to develop hypersonic weapons faster as the Pentagon seeks to increase the pace of testing and research and avoid falling behind.
Kansas is adding court programs that help veterans struggling with trauma and addiction
Kansas will soon have five of these specialty courts that are staffed with fellow service members.
US Navy: 70 tons of missile fuel from Iran to Yemen seized
The U.S. Navy said Tuesday it found 70 tons of a missile fuel component hidden among bags of fertilizer aboard a ship bound to Yemen from Iran.
Dallas air show crash kills 6; bomber, fighter jet involved
Two historic military planes collided and crashed to the ground in a ball of flames during a Dallas air show, leaving six people dead, officials said.
'This is gonna help me get back on my feet': Company raising funds to help homeless women veterans
Martin Cole comes from a long line of family with military ties. Cole served in the Marines from 1977-1982.
Kohl’s doubles military discount to 30% during Veterans Day weekend
A 15% Military Monday discount is valid in-store every Monday all year long.
Coast Guard: 13 rescued from sinking vessel off Virginia
The U.S. Coast Guard, a crew of scientists and others launched an air and sea mission to rescue 13 people, including a child, from a fishing vessel just moments before it sank in darkness early Friday
Remains of Canadian First World War soldier who died more than 100 years ago identified
The remains of a Canadian soldier who fought in multiple battles during the First World War have been identified more than 100 years after his death, the federal government announced on Friday.
High school football player gets big surprise when Marine brother runs onto field
Jenna Kivlin, 18 plays left guard on the offensive line, opening up lanes for her teammates, and as a run-stopping nose tackle on the defensive line.
Disabled American Veterans benefits seminar coming to Topeka
Disabled American Veterans is having a free benefits seminar in Topeka Oct. 21 to provide veterans more information about the benefits they have earned.
American veteran and father of five dies fighting in Ukraine
An American veteran and father of five died on Tuesday after sustaining injuries fighting alongside Ukrainian forces in the east of the country, his sister told CNN.
Veteran drive-thru resource fair happening Friday
The event is being put on by Veteran Community Partnerships with 42 local vendors.
Three Navy officers reprimanded in death of SEAL trainee
The Navy’s Special Warfare Command has reprimanded three officers in connection with the February death of a SEAL candidate who collapsed and died of acute pneumonia.
As suicides rise, US military seeks to address mental health
After finishing a tour in Afghanistan in 2013, Dionne Williamson felt emotionally numb. More warning signs appeared during several years of subsequent overseas postings.
North Korea launches 2 missiles toward sea after US-South Korea drills
North Korea fired two short-range ballistic missiles toward its eastern waters on Sunday
National Guard struggles as troops leave at faster pace
Soldiers are leaving the Army National Guard at a faster rate than they are enlisting, fueling concerns that in the coming years units around the country may not meet military requirements for overseas and other deployments.
A Marine who hated Muslims went to a mosque to plant a bomb. His intended victims ended up saving his life
As soon as some members of the Islamic Center of Muncie saw the man coming toward them, they knew he was trouble.
US Navy's latest and most advanced aircraft carrier deploys for first time
The US Navy's newest and most advanced aircraft carrier left on its first deployment Tuesday from Norfolk, Virginia, designed to put the ship through its paces and exercise with allies in North America and Europe.
US Army misses recruiting goal; other services squeak by
The Army fell about 15,000 soldiers — or 25% — short of its recruitment goal this year
US spy satellite launched into orbit from California
A classified satellite for the U.S. National Reconnaissance Office launched into orbit aboard a United Launch Alliance Delta 4 Heavy rocket on Saturday.
Soldier who went missing during Korean War accounted for
A soldier from Massachusetts who went missing during the Korean War and was later reported to have died in a prisoner of war camp has been accounted for using modern scientific techniques, military officials said.
Ukraine pays tribute to Russian woman who fought on its side
Olga Simonova was a Russian woman who fought for Ukraine