The Navy SEAL killed in Iraq on Tuesday was identified as Charlie Keating IV, a former Phoenix high school star distance runner and the grandson of the late Arizona financier involved in the 1980s savings and loan scandal.
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Kelley and Peter Guidry reached a milestone Thursday night: with help of other veterans they pedaled the first 222 miles of a 2,222-mile journey they hope to complete by Veterans Day in their #22DamnMany campaign.
Just two weeks after 250 soldiers from a Nevada Army National Guard supply brigade mobilized to support combat operations in the Middle East, two more waves of citizen-soldiers from a Nevada signal battalion are training for deployments to Kuwait and the Horn of Africa, the Las Vegas Review-Journal has learned.
Human remains have been found at the crash site of an F-16 fighter jet in Arizona, military officials said. The jet crashed Thursday morning near Bagdad.
Twelve U.S. Marines missing after two military helicopters collided last week offHawaii's Oahu island have been listed as deceased, the military said on Thursday.
A 93-year-old World War II veteran from Virginia is getting the chance to spend Valentine's Day with a woman he hasn't had a chance to see in 70 years.
Months-long delays for doctors' appointments at the North Las Vegas VA Medical Center and paperwork snarling veterans' use of VA "choice cards" to see private physicians were among the complaints House Veterans Affairs Committee Chairman Rep. Jeff Miller heard Wednesday.
A storm that blew through the Bay area and spawned a deadly tornado also washed ashore a piece of history in Madeira Beach. It was found by a 10-year-old Tampa girl.
The U.S. Coast Guard said on Tuesday it had halted its search for 12 Marines who have been missing since two military helicopters collided last week off Hawaii's Oahu island.
The U.S. Marine Corps released the identities of 12 Marines missing at sea after two helicopters collided near the island of Oahu in Hawaii on Thursday night.
The other boot is ready to drop in the push for women to have equal footing with men in the military.
Charles Baker did everything right in life, but he fell through the cracks. A retired Marine, he grew up in downtown Las Vegas and said he knew an education was his ticket out of the circumstances he saw.
The U.S. Coast Guard is leading a search for two Marine helicopters carrying 12 people following reports they collided near the island of Oahu in Hawaii, a spokeswoman for the Coast Guard said on Friday.
The days toward retirement of A-10 Thunderbolts in the Air Force's boneyard were numbered two years ago.
Iran released 10 U.S. sailors on Wednesday after holding them overnight, bringing a swift end to an incident that had rattled nerves days ahead of the expected implementation of a landmark nuclear accord between Tehran and world powers.
Two U.S. Navy boats were taken into Iranian custody on Tuesday but Iran has told the United States that the crews will be returned "promptly," U.S. officials said.
It took more than a bird or a plane to draw attention at Florida Skydiving Center in Lake Wales, Fla., on Jan. 1. But 21-year-old Las Vegas local and West Point cadet Zachary Beavor did just that,
Peggy Kearns makes her debut as director of the Veterans Affairs Southern Nevada Healthcare System during a town hall meeting 4 p.m. Wednesday at the North Las Vegas VA Medical Center.
When Las Vegas homeless veterans advocate Cynthia K. Dias found out she had been selected by the White House to sit in the First Lady's box Tuesday night to hear President Barack Obama's final State of the Union address, she couldn't believe it.
With questions swirling around North Korea's claim of conducting a successful hydrogen bomb test Wednesday, one expert who directed U.S. nuclear tests at the former Nevada Test Site says North Korea's below-ground blast doesn't fit the bill for an H-bomb.
One member of the U.S. armed forces was killed and another two were wounded in the southern Afghan province of Helmand where fierce fighting has been going on between Taliban insurgents and Afghan government forces, a U.S. army spokesman said on Tuesday.
Calling the Nevada National Guard the "silent sentinel that protects our freedom and way of life," Gov. Brian Sandoval sent more than 250 of the state's citizen-soldiers on their way Monday for a mission to coordinate supply operations for U.S. forces in the Middle East.
Friends and family members knew Charlie Demos as a proud Greek-American, good father, military veteran and prosecuting attorney who practiced law for 56 years in Florida.