More than 100 disabled athletes will compete in the sports trials in a variety of sports at Nellis Air Force Base and UNLV over the next nine days.
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The Department of Energy said Thursday its scientists are taking the final steps to modernize the W88 thermonuclear warhead for Navy Trident II ballistic missiles.
Peggy Kearns, director of the Veteran Affairs Southern Nevada Healthcare System, says her staff is cutting appointment wait times despite a fast-growing caseload.
The U.S. Missile Defense Agency says it already has conducted tests of a “directed-energy airborne laser” fired from a military drone that would be capable of zapping rockets almost as soon as they are launched.
On Sunday morning, after nine months of deployment in Kuwait, roughly 80 soldiers from the Nevada Army Guard’s Bravo Company, 422nd Expeditionary Signal Battalion, reunited with friends and family at the Las Vegas Readiness Center.
Norm Johnson was facing a stint in a juvenile detention center when offered the option of joining the Air Force. He enlisted and served in the Korean War.
Air Force’s daring exhibition team opens new wing detailing its 74-year history in its hangar at Nellis Air Force Base.
Physician, first nonveteran to head government’s second-largest agency, is holdover from Obama administration.
The Pentagon is launching efforts to solve a baffling World War II mystery: whether dozens of U.S. sailors listed as missing from a ship disaster were actually recovered and buried all along as unknowns in a New York cemetery.
The Service Training Education and Preparation for Veterans Act would align Labor Department grants for community colleges with local veteran labor markets.
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