Air Force fuel barge is first to use new Baltimore bridge site channel

The barge supplying jet fuel to the Department of Defense left late Monday and was destined for Delaware’s Dover Air Force Base.

On the Ice with Marines Preparing for War in the Arctic

We spent time with the Marines miles above the Arctic Circle in Norway as part of the largest NATO exercise in the region since 1988.

Troops at 14 bases to begin testing new approach to military moves

Troops at 14 installations will soon try out a new system for shipping their belongings to their next base.

Lou Conter, Last Survivor of USS Arizona from Pearl Harbor Attack, Dies at 102

Lou Conter was one of 335 sailors and Marines to survive the attack, and was the last living survivor. Some 2,341 service members died on Dec. 7, 1941.

Army creates office to better support families with special needs

Soldiers can enroll in the program when a family member with physical, emotional, developmental or intellectual disorder requiring extra services.

Newly Renovated Vietnam Veterans Memorial Replica Dedicated in Georgia

Like the original memorial wall in Washington D.C., the replica -- eight feet high and stretching more than 200 feet -- features the names of Vietnam veterans in chronological order by the dates of their deaths.

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