Operation Homefront, a nationwide volunteer charity, handed out 300 holiday meal kits to military families and wounded warriors Wednesday at VFW Post 10047.
As federal and local officials prepared to celebrate the Las Vegas valley having enough resources to house every homeless veteran, a woman struggled to find permanent housing for her brother — a Vietnam War veteran — on Tuesday.
An airman and two other people were indicted by a federal grand jury Tuesday in the alleged theft and illegal sale of military ammunition and equipment from Nellis Air Force Base.
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.
Dozens of retired U.S. military officers who belong to the Southern Nevada Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America held their 50th anniversary dinner at Palace Station on Nov. 20.
While families across America enjoy Thanksgiving dinner Thursday, another Nevada Army National Guard unit will be packing their duffle bags for a tour of Afghanistan.
In a moment of solidarity, there was a moment of silence. That’s what Thomas Leslie, UNLV’s director of wind band studies, asked for as he took the stage for The President’s Concert, an event that both celebrated the university’s wind orchestra and honored Las Vegas recipients of the French Legion of Honor.
MGM Resorts International honored more than 70 wounded warriors on Friday. Veterans who suffered disabilities from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan were center stage as hundreds of employees lined a hallway at The Mirage to salute their arrival for a weekend of “high roller” treatment.
The crowd cheered Wednesday as a pair of ladder trucks raised a U.S. garrison flag high into a cloudless sky over Carson Avenue where it crosses Fourth Street.
Americo Benetti never thought he’d live to see another Veterans Day, or Armistice Day as it was called when he served in the Army Air Corps during World War II.