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Detlef Mann, 66, whose body was discovered on Aug. 16, was identified by the Clark County coroner’s office.
The Marine Corps has acknowledged it misidentified two of the servicemen who helped raise the first U.S. flag at Iwo Jima during World War II, an event that was overshadowed by the raising of a larger flag that became an iconic image of the war.
A federal in Washington, D.C., will review a motion for summary judgment in favor of the Las Vegas man who suffers chronic breathing problems that he says were caused by burning stealth coatings and bits in open pits at the base.
Recognition given for providing pro bono legal services, escorts for military funerals
Residents at the north end of the Las Vegas Valley will hear more military aircraft noise than usual through Friday from an ongoing Red Flag air combat exercise that began Aug. 15 at Nellis Air Force Base.
Southern Nevada district among many offering veterans quicker access to care that is also more convenient.
There’s no doubt in Stanley Furrow’s mind that his health problems and those of his wife, children and grandson come from exposure to contaminated water when he served in the Marine Corps at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina.
A Pave Hawk rescue helicopter from Nellis Air Force Base crashed during a nighttime training mission Thursday at the Nevada Test and Training Range, base officials said.
Documents show congressman’s assertion that military officials were worried about surveillance not just ‘bizarre conspiracy theories’
Gov. Brian Sandoval bid farewell on Thursday to about 120 of Nevada’s citizen-soldiers, who will conduct customs and border duties primarily in Kuwait.
A Vietnam War-era fighter used in military exercises crashed less than a mile from Nellis Air Force Base Thursday morning. The pilot ejected and survived with nonlife-threatening injuries.
The Reno Navy League sponsored the USS Nevada’s 30th anniversary with a ceremony at Naval Base Kitsap – Bangor, Washington, on Friday, Aug. 12, 2016.
People trying to call the Veterans Affairs Southern Nevada Healthcare System were getting a busy signal Monday.
Nellis Air Force Base has launched a promotional campaign for its traditional Aviation Nation air show and open house after the event wasn’t held last year because it was not part of the Thunderbirds air demonstration team’s schedule.
Henderson Gold Star Mother Marina Vance said Tuesday her son’s service wasn’t about politics or religion. Her son, Spc. Ignacio “Nacho” Ramirez, was killed Aug. 9, 2006, in Iraq.
A group of Las Vegas area combat veterans who have learned to cope with post-traumatic stress disorder credit Dr. Steven Kingsbury with instilling a calmness in their lives in the aftermath of the Vietnam War.
Steven Sertich has led the local charge in favor of a controversial proposal to change Veterans Affairs medical regulations so that skilled nurses can treat patients without doctors’ supervision to reduce wait times.
Nevada soldiers accustomed to 110-plus degree summer days had their minds melted on July 21, in Mitribah, Kuwait, when the temperature topped out at 129.2 degrees.
A Navy pilot has safely ejected from a fighter jet that crashed in the Northern Nevada desert during a training mission near the Fallon Naval Air Station on Tuesday.
The number of homeless veterans in Las Vegas and Clark County rose slightly from 2015, but the 5.5 percent increase might be a reflection of more accurate counts over a wider area.
Louis Lacey gave a final instruction to his crisis intervention team before heading out to search for homeless veterans in tunnels near the Strip. “Let’s go save some people,” he said.
Nevada’s armored cavalry just got bigger and stronger, bolstered by more than $270 million in equipment that includes 59 new Bradley Fighting Vehicles and tanks.
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