A Nevada Army National Guard soldier with the Las Vegas-based First Squadron, 221st Cavalry Regiment, died late Tuesday during an exercise in California.
Tom Rice jumped with the U.S. Army’s 101st Airborne Division on that momentous day 75 years ago.
The judge has not yet ruled on whether to dismiss murder and attempted murder counts against Special Operations Chief Edward Gallagher.
Efforts to get the case thrown out come as President Donald Trump considers pardoning several service members accused of war crimes.
The military has uniform dress codes and regulations against partisan political acts while in uniform.
Lawmakers approve a resolution opposing the Air Force’s push to expand its bombing range farther into the Desert National Wildlife Refuge north of Las Vegas.
Hundreds of families and friends gathered on Memorial Day at the Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Boulder City to honor fallen service members.
U.S. Rep. Duncan Hunter of California acknowledged taking a photo with a dead combatant during his time as a Marine as he defended a Navy SEAL.
Vice President Mike Pence has paid tribute to fallen members of the U.S. Armed Forces, thanking their loved ones in a ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery.
The second annual Operation Battle Born Ruck March, which began in Carson City on May 17, ends at the Southern Nevada Veterans Cemetery in Boulder City on Monday.
Members from the Las Vegas chapter of the Special Forces Association honored those who have died while serving in the military at the Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Boulder City on Sunday.
New York City Mayor and presidential hopeful Bill de Blasio visited with veterans Saturday morning during one of his campaign stops this weekend in Las Vegas.
Freshman Democratic Rep. Susie Lee, who sits on the Veterans Affairs committee, held a discussion with a group of women veterans Saturday in Las Vegas.
Vice President Mike Pence told the graduating class of the U.S. Military Academy on Saturday that the world is “a dangerous place” and they should expect to see combat.
President Donald Trump said he is considering pardons for soldiers convicted or accused of committing war crimes, but hasn’t made a decision yet.