Marina Vance and the Blue Star Mothers of Henderson and Boulder City hustled to get stocking stuffers ready Monday to send to troops who will be overseas for the holidays.
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Democrats and Republicans on the House Veterans Affairs Committee were divided Wednesday over the future of veterans health care as the panel heard testimony on a highly-critical study that suggested a complete overhaul of the VA medical system.
An American soldier was fatally shot Tuesday during a training exercise at Fort Campbell, a spokesman for the U.S. Army base said.
She has gone from Western High School to the White House with a lot of stops in between during her storied career in the Air Force.
After an American commando died kicking in a door during a raid in Afghanistan, the top commander of U.S. Special Operations vowed to prevent similar tragedies.
Two directors from Veterans Affairs offices in the West will be available Monday at a town hall meeting in North Las Vegas for veterans to air their concerns regarding health care and disability claims issues.
CARSON CITY — The Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Boulder City will be getting a face-lift, thanks to a $3.5 million grant from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
They jumped off the aircraft carrier and swam for their lives when the USS Bismarck Sea sunk 70 years ago during the battle for Iwo Jima. On Tuesday, four of the ship's last survivors reminisced about that kamikaze attack by two Japanese warplanes at what they said might be their final reunion.
Nevada Army National Guard veteran Nathan Fischer is starting a new chapter in his life. Fischer has a home of his own in northwest Las Vegas and he will be able to raise his daughter there.
When Sgt. Chelsea Cruz and Spc. Jose Gamino arrived at their duty station in Kabul, they were greeted by the grim reality of violence and poverty that continues in war-torn Afghanistan.
A high school English teacher who led a platoon of 29 Nevada National Guard soldiers to protect military leaders and VIPs in war-ravaged Afghanistan said Friday he's glad to be home and thankful they all returned "in one piece."
Like the lone candle on her cake, Laurene Quateman's eyes sparkled when she heard the Marine Corps League men and women veterans chime in for her 98th "Happy Birthday" song.
The number of Americans missing in action is mind-boggling. For World War II, the number is 73,515; Korean War, 7,841; Vietnam War, 1,626; Cold War, 126; Iraq and other conflicts, six. On Friday, veterans, dignitaries, ROTC and airmen gathered at Freedom Park at Nellis Air Force Base for the annual POW/MIA Recognition Ceremony.
U.S. military prosecutors said in opening statements on Thursday that Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl, a former prisoner of war in Afghanistan held for five years before being swapped in 2014 for five Taliban leaders, deliberately left his post.
The National Guard Association of the United States presented Las Vegas lawyer Joe Brown with the Patrick Henry Award at its national conference Monday in Nashville, Tenn.
There were no lactation rooms or dedicated spaces for breastfeeding mothers when Tara Ruby was on active duty in the Air Force from 1997 to 2001.
A family whose 400-acre Groom Mine property lies within sight of the classified Area 51 says it will keep fighting the federal government for a higher price for its land.
One U.S. Marine was killed and 18 others were injured — six critically — on Thursday in a vehicle rollover accident at Camp Pendleton in Southern California, a base spokeswoman said.
With no counteroffer on the table, the Air Force let its final $5.2 million offer expire at 3 p.m. Thursday and asked the Justice Department to condemn the Sheahan family's Groom Mine property and claims near the classified Area 51 installation.
The Sheahan family's feud with the Air Force over their Groom Mine property near the classified Area 51 installation will climax Thursday as the Air Force moves to seize it after a co-owner said the rejected $5.2 million offer was "disingenuous."
If you're a veteran like Willie L. Smith and you want to ask Veterans Benefits Administration Service Center Manager Allen Bittler in Reno about the delay in processing your disability claim and where it stands in the backlog, well good luck.
An annual pillow fight among freshman at the United States Military Academy turned violent and left 30 cadets injured, the school's superintendent said on Saturday.
Republican Joe Heck says he will march a straight line, not swaying toward his role as an Army Reserve brigadier general, if his bid for the U.S. Senate puts him in the seat of departing Democrat Sen. Harry Reid.