The death of a 37-year-old Creech Air Force Base master sergeant whose body was found at Mount Charleston in early April has been ruled a suicide, according to the Clark County coroner’s office.
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The University of Florida and Emory University are investigating allegations that Zeta Beta Tau fraternity members disrespected wounded war veterans last weekend at Panama City Beach, Florida, by spitting, urinating and pouring beer on them.
It didn’t take long for northwest-area resident Christopher Aguilera to fall head over heels for Jennifer Flanagan.
With a helicopter whirling overhead and paint-ball guns aimed at targets on the horizon, a contingent of Nevada Army National Guard military police soldiers rehearsed Wednesday for a yearlong tour in Afghanistan where they will replace the first wave of about 30 MPs who deployed last year.
Soon, America will be too fat to fight. Forget about rampant diabetes, heart attacks and joint problems — the scariest consequence arising out of our losing battle with the bulge is the safety of our country.
Over 300 friends, family and former teammates of a 19-year-old North Las Vegas paratrooper lined the football field of Legacy High School on Sunday night to commemorate the life of the man, who died at an Army base on Thursday after his parachute failed to open during a jump.
Family and friends greeted returning veterans during a flag-waving homecoming event for 28 World War II veterans at McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas on Sunday.
A Creech Air Force Base staff sergeant involved in overseas drone operations is being held in pretrial confinement while Air Force authorities consider charges against him based on allegations related to a domestic violence incident and drug use.
Isabel Duff, whose reign of Veterans Affairs health care facilities in Southern Nevada spanned a stormy period when veterans complained of long waits blamed on a doctor shortage, prolific patient loads and delays in reconstructing the hospital’s emergency room, will retire May 1.
The names of the Nevada National Guard soldiers and airmen who have served in combat operations in the Gulf War, Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom were unveiled Friday on 43 plaques stretching across an auditorium wall at the Office of the Adjutant General.
The Vietnam Veterans of Nevada Foundation will hold its first spring craft fair fundraiser from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday.
Completion of the veterans medical complex in North Las Vegas that already was years late and cost millions of dollars more than planned has been pushed back another six months or more, according to a new schedule from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
Children with parents in the military may have lower vaccination rates than other kids, according to a large U.S. survey.
The family of the nation’s second sergeant major of the Army, George W. Dunaway, marked the grand opening of the George W. Dunaway Army Reserve Center in Sloan on Sunday.
An Air Force major general has been formally reprimanded and removed from his job for telling a group of officers at Nellis Air Force Base that talking to Congress in a bid to block retirement of the A-10 Warthog amounted to “treason,” the Air Force said on Friday.
Patriotic artist Scott LoBaido, saying “every day is Veterans Day,” thanked veterans of Nevada on Wednesday for their service after painting a huge American flag on the side of American Legion Post 8 in Las Vegas.
China’s Foreign Ministry expressed anger on Thursday after two U.S. fighter jets landed in Taiwan, in a rare official contact between the militaries of the United States and the self-ruled democratic island.
Republican U.S. Sen. Dean Heller of Nevada said Wednesday that he will do everything in his power to keep nuclear waste out of Yucca Mountain after Nevada Democrat Sen. Harry Reid retires in two years.
An official with the Department of Veterans Affairs who drew the ire of two Nevada members of Congress is departing as director of the Reno regional benefits office, the department confirmed Tuesday.
The Department of Veterans Affairs launched a “standardized forms” requirement this week for veterans seeking disability benefits and filing appeals, but the change has drawn criticism from the Disabled American Veterans.
A dozen dignitaries including three members of Nevada’s congressional delegation pitched the first shovelfuls of dirt Friday to launch construction of the state’s first Fisher House where families of wounded warriors can stay while their loved ones recover at the North Las Vegas VA Medical Center.
The U.S. military rescued two Saudi pilots who ejected from their F-15 fighter jet over the Gulf of Aden, a U.S. defense official said on Friday.
It’s the last of the Lakotas. Nevada Army National Guard leaders on Friday showed off their new, UH-72A Lakota helicopter, the last of 212 ordered by the Army and one of only 345 produced for the U.S. military.
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