A U.S. military plane crashed into a field in rural Mississippi on Monday, killing at least 16 people aboard and spreading debris for miles, officials said.
The event, featuring more than a dozen employers, will be held at the VA Medical Center, 6900 N. Pecos Road, from noon to 3 p.m.
“The stakes are high and there is no trophy for second place,” Col. Julian “Ghost” Cheater, new leader of the 432nd Expeditionary Wing, says at change-of-command ceremony.
A policy that takes effect Wednesday allows veterans who received an other-than-honorable discharge to receive emergency mental health care from Veterans Affairs facilities.
A $696.5 billion defense authorization bill passed by a House committee this week includes provisions of interest to Nevada, including a rejection of the Trump administration’s call for another round of base closures.
On a rare tour of the Nevada Test and Training Range, an Air Force official explains why the 2.9 million-plus acre facility is seeking to annex 278,000 acres of the neighboring Desert National Wildlife Refuge.
Measure co-sponsored by Nevada Sen. Dean Heller makes it easier to fire employees of the Department of Veterans Affairs for wrongdoing.
The F-16D Fighting Falcon from the Air Force Thunderbirds demonstration team flipped after landing at the conclusion of a “familiarization flight” for an Ohio air show at Dayton International Airport, authorities say.
A Canadian Special Operations sniper shot an Islamic State fighter from nearly 2.2 miles away in Iraq, the Toronto-based Globe and Mail newspaper reported Thursday.
Keeping its century old skull-and-propeller shoulder patch for its pilots and ground crew, the U.S. Air Force Weapons School reactivated the 6th Weapons Squadron on Tuesday at Nellis Air Force Base as a new home for F-35A Lightning II joint strike fighter jets.