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The Coast Guard Auxiliary will offer free boat inspections 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Friday at the Nevada Department of Wildlife.
Eight U.S. sailors were injured on the flight deck of the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower aircraft carrier on Friday when a cable snapped during the landing of an E-2C Hawkeye airborne early warning aircraft, the Navy said.
President Barack Obama will name the first woman to head a U.S. combatant command, selecting Air Force General Lori Robinson as the next head of the military’s Northern Command, Defense Secretary Ash Carter said on Friday.
The Air Force is investigating about a dozen airmen at a nuclear missile base for alleged use of illegal drugs, in some cases possibly including cocaine, defense officials said Friday.
U.S. Vets-Las Vegas and co-sponsors held the 13th annual veterans stand down Wednesday to help homeless veterans combat life on the streets.
The Motown Miracles will put on a free concert for veterans and active-duty military members March 20 at Green Valley Ranch Resort.
U.S. Vets - Las Vegas with a host of co-sponsors will hold its 13th annual veterans stand-down Wednesday and Thursday to help homeless veterans combat life on the streets.
The long-sought Las Vegas Veterans Memorial moved closer to completion Saturday as veterans and officials involved in support of its construction gathered Saturday at the Sawyer Building to prepare the site for the memorial’s May 27 dedication, seven years after it was envisioned.
Gov. Brian Sandoval and Charles Sehe, who served on the USS Nevada from before Pearl Harbor through World War II, celebrated the centennial of the commissioning of the famed battleship at a ceremony Friday.
The board of Wounded Warrior Project, one of the nation’s largest veteran support groups, has fired two top officials amid news reports accusing the group of wasteful spending.
A U.S. Air Force veteran was convicted Wednesday of terrorism charges for attempting to join the Islamic State group and die a martyr, the first verdict from more than 70 cases the government has brought against Americans accused of trying to supportthe militant group.
He was famous, but for the most part, Donald E. Williams was a modest, down-to-Earth Navy pilot except when he was orbiting the planet in a space shuttle.
Flying in Eurofighter Typhoons and F-16 jets, pilots from the Italian and Turkish air forces joined their U.S. partners in a Red Flag air combat training exercise Tuesday, roaring into partially cloudy skies north of Nellis Air Force Base.
The asphalt runway stretches for a mile on Yucca Flat, deep in the Nevada National Security Site about 80 miles northwest of Las Vegas.
She blazed the trail for future female fighter pilots who dream of flying for the Air Force’s elite Thunderbirds air demonstration team at Nellis Air Force Base.
A raid by a new U.S. Special Operations force recently sent to Iraq captured a significant Islamic State operative.
When Nevada State Veterans Home resident Charles Demos Sr. died in April 2015 with Legionella in his system, an investigation by the Southern Nevada Health District found the deadly bacteria present at the facility and in his room.
President Barack Obama launched a final push on Tuesday to persuade Congress to close the U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, but lawmakers, opposed to rehousing detainees in the United States, declared his plan a non-starter.
Documents that the Labor Department failed to release to a former Area 51 security officer years ago in his toxic-exposure case have been obtained by his advocate, setting the stage for a showdown in a federal appeals court.
Let's call it Operation Motherhood. The next mission for Senior Airman MiaLisa Mossay, a 25-year-old dental assistant at Nellis Air Force Base, will begin in about five months. That's about the time she will deliver her third child as an active-duty military mom.
Emotions have been running high at Heard Elementary School at Nellis Air Force Base. Teachers voices crack as they describe their love for the aging campus. Students fight back tears — most, unsuccessfully — as they offer parting gifts to their favorite teacher.
Not even oceans can keep the appreciation Americans have for their troops from reaching those who are defending their country worlds away.