Guard leaders say states are doing all they can to encourage soldiers to get vaccinated by the time limit.
Sam Short, 16, diagnosed with spinal cancer in 2018, wanted to become a Marine at Parris Island.
A coast guard station in Oregon has a familiar face taking over — the spouse of the current commander.
Five Marines were killed after a military aircraft crashed on Wednesday afternoon in the Imperial County desert.
Some Marines in South Carolina are standing their ground after expressing support for Pride Month in a recent Facebook post.
On June 6, 1944, the largest air, land and sea invasion in military history took place on the Normandy coast of France.
A spring trip with his wife and 3 children to Mt. Fuji ended in tragedy for one U.S. naval officer. Now, he's facing three years in prison for "an accident," his family says.
American flags were planted in front of graves for members of the military at Golden Gate National Cemetery for Memorial Day.
Charlie O. Duncan was born on May 27, 1919 and served as a combat engineer in the U.S. Army during WWII.
U.S. Supreme Court Marshal Gail Curley, a former Army colonel and military lawyer, has been handed a bombshell of an assignment.
A Bay Area Marine veteran who recently had his home and almost everything he owned stolen, has been working to get back on his feet, after the theft triggered a series of unfortunate events and challenges.
Milley said the West Point cadets will 'be fighting with robotic tanks and ships and airplanes.'
A fourth cadet who had refused the vaccine until about a week ago decided to be vaccinated and will graduate and become an Air Force officer.
Canley was awarded the country’s highest military honor for his actions during the Vietnam War.
The military vehicle was showcased in a social media post by the Navy’s Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA).
Tech. Sgt. Andrew Brockman of the 96th Maintenance Group won the design contest and was able to get a firsthand look.
More than 75 years ago, hungry U.S. soldiers stole a teenager's birthday cake after one of the final battles of WWII. This week, the Army made amends.
Cpl. David B. Milano went missing in action after a battle near the Chosin Reservoir in North Korea on Dec. 2, 1950.
A Marine Corps veteran and garbage collector in Utah is getting widespread praise for his patriotism.
As part of a prisoner exchange with the United States, Russia released Trevor Reed, a former Marine from Texas who was arrested in the summer of 2019.