A female marine who served in Iraq for more than three years is now fighting to adopt the German Shepherd who she survived a roadside bomb with.
Six British soldiers were killed after an explosion hit their armored vehicle in southwestern Afghanistan, Britain’s Ministry of Defense said. It was the biggest loss of life for British forces in the country since a plane crash in 2006.
On March 6, 2012 Chief Warrant Officer Edward Cantrell, a decorated Green Beret, lost his life while trying to save his two daughters from a fire in their home.
As of March 3, 2012 an estimated 4,801 United States Service Members have been killed in the conflicts overseas in Iraq and Afghanistan. Also, an additional 47,661 service members have been wounded.
A World War II Medal of Honor winner who made headlines for his fight to fly an American flag in his Virginia front yard, has died. Retired Army Col. Van Thomas Barfoot was 92.
Two U.S. soldiers were shot and killed on Thursday in an attack involving at least one Afghan believed to be a soldier and a civilian, Western and Afghan officials said, the second such incident in a week and one likely to deepen doubts about Afghanistan’s security forces.
On Sunday February 26, 2012 the United States Army stated they had identified the remains of the last missing U.S. Service Member unaccounted for in Iraq; Staff Sergeant Al-Taie.
Joe Johnson, a veteran at the age of 96, made his first donation soon after joining the army at the age of 21 and still continues to do so to this day. Joe, a might army HOOAH! goes out to you today for your continuous dedication.
We would like to take a moment to recognize Stevie Nicks and her continuous dedication to our wounded soldiers.
On February 7, 2012 Florence Green, the last known World War I veteran, passed away.