Bradley-Morris Inc., an Atlanta-based military recruiting company, said it will hold a job fair March 21 at the Embassy Suites, 4315 Swenson St.
The Air Force is launching a full-court press to meet increased demand from combat commanders for more drone missions such as those controlled from Creech Air Force Base to fight the nation’s global war on terrorism.
A female officer in the Air Force, who was one of the first openly gay service members to get married, was identified on Tuesday as being among six U.S. troops killed by a suicide bomber near Bagram air base in Afghanistan.
U.S. troops were among six NATO service members killed in a Monday motorcycle bomb attack in Bagram, Afghanistan, military officials told CNN.
Operation Homefront, a nationwide volunteer charity, handed out 300 holiday meal kits to military families and wounded warriors Wednesday at VFW Post 10047.
U.S. Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl, who walked away from his post in Afghanistan and became a Taliban prisoner for five years, will face court-martial with a potential life sentence, the Army said on Monday.
Once a soldier, always a soldier. That’s the philosophy behind the Army’s Soldier for Life program.
The Thunderbirds air demonstration team will perform their neck-craning loops and breathtaking rolls in red-white-and-blue F-16 jets over Nellis Air Force Base in November after last year’s public show at their home base was off the schedule.
For the first time in 40 years, the U.S. Army is making changes to a century-old piece of hardware, dog tags, the identification implements that hang around each soldier’s neck.
Nellis Air Force Base reopened its main gate about 2:30 p.m. Wednesday after a bomb threat.