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.
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A U.S. military helicopter crashed in waters off the Japanese southern island of Okinawa during a training mission on Wednesday, injuring seven people and prompting Japan's government to demand a probe and steps to prevent a recurrence.
Both police and the "mystery woman" from the Army Corps of Engineers are saying it wasn't their idea to remove armed volunteers from Las Vegas Valley military recruiting centers.
Two Nellis Air Force Base helicopters are assisting in the search for a missing 5-year-old boy in Arizona's Kaibab National Forest, according to the Coconino County Sheriff's Office.
Wayne Rudolph still has his father's 20th Army Air Force uniform and the photos his dad's reconnaissance squadron took while flying from Tinian in the Northern Mariana Islands on Aug. 6, 1945.
The Department of Veterans Affairs awarded a $12.1 million contract Wednesday to build a long-awaited new health care clinic for veterans in Pahrump.
Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald returned to Las Vegas Tuesday where he set goals a year ago to restore trust in an agency rocked by scandals.
Armed citizens who started guarding the entrances of military recruiting centers in Las Vegas almost two weeks ago were not there Friday.
Congress finished work Thursday on a bill that will avert the latest fiscal crisis within the Department of Veterans Affairs and avoid a threatened shutdown of VA hospitals.
A bill passed by the House on Tuesday would speed federal payments to veterans with complex claims for benefits.
With flags waving and motorcycle engines roaring, dozens of veterans rode into Las Vegas on Monday for a charity ride to show appreciation for those who served in the U.S. military.
Count Guido Roberto Deiro has racked up a lot of aviation feats during the decades he's been a commercial pilot.
The secretary of Veterans Affairs told lawmakers on Wednesday that unless Congress takes emergency action to correct a $2.5 billion shortfall, the VA at the end of the month will begin shutting down medical centers "all across the country."
Marine veteran Danny Michaels puffed on a cigarette Wednesday while he sat in front of the Armed Forces Career Center on South Maryland Parkway. His .40-caliber pistol was snug in its holster on his hip and his Mossberg shotgun loaded with buckshot was within arm's reach.
The third Red Flag 15-3 exercise at Nellis Air Force Base this year is under way, running through July 31.
Jessica Lynch, the woman made famous for being a prisoner of war in Iraq, has been dealing with the alienation and the sense of dislocation that soldiers experience when they return from war.
Three of the four men injured in a small plane crash near Henderson Executive Airport Sunday are active-duty military — a Navy SEAL and two sailors assigned to the Naval Special Warfare Command in Coronado, Calif., the Navy said Monday.
FERNLEY -- Until now, the graves of Nevada veteran cemeteries were mandated to be groomed with green grass, an adornment deemed fitting to show respect and reverence for those who served their country.
Nevada Army National Guard Spc. Anthony S. Cometa was remembered Friday by the soldiers he served with in the 1864th Transportation Company, their leaders at the Las Vegas Readiness Center,
Improvements to the Obama administration‘s immigration reform program will make it easier for families of World War II Filipino veterans to reunite in the United States.
Las Vegas Army Staff Sgt. Joe Gutierrez was welcomed home Saturday by Building Homes for Heroes, an organization that awards mortgage-free homes to veterans.
Ten Las Vegas area residents were recognized Saturday by Walker Furniture’s Help for Heroes program, which provides wounded U.S. military personnel and veterans with furniture and specialized items.
In order to get a longer-lasting bang out of the nation’s nuclear bomb bucks, government scientists conducted a life-extension test of the aging B61 nuclear bomb using a fighter jet from Nellis Air Force Base to drop a dummy version of it July 1 at the Tonopah Test Range.