A 24-hour operation aimed at helping to prevent suicide among veterans via therapy and social activities may have to shut its doors after 2 1/2 years, during its busiest time of the year.
A panel of foreign policy experts clashed Monday in Las Vegas over how successful the United States has been at curbing domestic terrorist attacks since 9/11.
Transgender recruits will be able to join the U.S. military as of Jan. 1, a federal judge ruled on Monday, denying a request by President Donald Trump’s administration to enforce his ban on transgender troops while the government appeals an order blocking it.
The public comment period is now open for anyone with something to say about the Air Force’s plans to expand its vast training range and close off more of Desert National Wildlife Refuge north of Las Vegas.
The Japanese plane was bearing down on retired Navy Lt. Jim Downing and his colleagues at Pearl Harbor, the sound of machine gun fire ringing in his ears just as he dropped to the dirt.
Columnist Jane Ann Morrison has had some interesting conversations with men and women after watching 18 hours of the documentary “The Vietnam War.” She also has learned Vegas PBS is holding monthly “Veterans Coffee Conversations” at the station.
Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin reached out to state and local leaders Wednesday in a conference that follows President Donald Trump’s proclamation to make November “National Veterans and Military Families Month.”
Lt. Col. Jason Heard had led the team based at Nevada’s Nellis Air Force Base well, but there was a loss of “confidence in his leadership and risk management style,” the Air Force said Wednesday.
The U.S. Navy says two sailors from Florida and another from Louisiana died in an aircraft crash in the Philippine Sea.
A $700 billion defense bill awaiting President Donald Trump’s signature includes provisions that would benefit Nevada military installations and personnel, but the funding for those programs remains up in the air because of a 2011 budget law.