"We want our fellow service members to know we have their back. We still live by the mantra that that we never leave a service member behind," one volunteer explained.
U.S. military troops deployed overseas will enjoy more than 250,000 pounds of Thanksgiving food in a “grab-and-go” fashion, as the Department of Defense does away with traditional holiday gatherings in dining halls to prevent the spread of the coronavirus among service members.
Navy Veteran Vince Earl Forbes just celebrated turning 100 with a big, socially-distant party in his honor.
The new technology is part of a project carried out with Ghost Robotics.
The U.S. Coast Guard released more than 200 sea turtles into the ocean off the coast of South Florida. The turtles had been found injured during the summer nesting season and recovered at multiple sea turtle hospitals prior to their release.
The annual event honors the memory of fallen soldiers and is scheduled for December 19
Turkish CENTCOM advisor Huseyin Kurtdere is no longer in the Hillsborough County Jail or even in the United States. Court records show he is now in the custody of the Turkish government.
Acting Defense Secretary Christopher Miller on Tuesday announced plans to reduce U.S. troop levels in Iraq and Afghanistan, saying the decision fulfills President Donald Trump’s pledge to bring forces home when conditions were met that kept the U.S. and its allies safe.
Officials announced Monday that the Wreaths Across America event at Arlington National Cemetery and the Soldiers’ and Airmen’s Home Cemetery next month will be canceled this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Trump administration is expected to cut the number of US troops in Afghanistan almost in half by mid-January, along with reducing the amount of soldiers in Iraq. "We met the challenge; we gave it our all," the president's new Pentagon chief said. "Now, it's time to come home."
A retired Florida U.S. Marine Corps staff sergeant and his wife welcomed their first son on the military branch’s 245th birthday.
Two sets of sisters -- five in all -- graduated from the Marine Corps recruit training together over the weekend. The Department of Defense called them "sisters by blood, now sisters-in-arms."
The U.S. Army announced Saturday the deaths of five soldiers who were part of peacekeeping operations with the Multinational Force and Observers (MFO) mission.
Hundreds of people on the Trump campaign's "criminal voter fraud" list in Nevada appear to be linked to the US military, voting rights activists say.
Residents at a Tampa transitional shelter for homeless veterans will get some-much needed assistance from a service project led Habitat for Humanity.
A Plant City soldier died at the age of 22 while serving our country in Vietnam. For more than 50 years, PFC Henry Van Demps laid in an unmarked grave -- until this week, when he finally got the military honors he deserved.
At age 19, Sgt. Thomas Newton was preparing planes for some of the nation’s best pilots. At 92, he’s still telling the stories. Today, he was welcomed at MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa.
Born with his eyes to the sky, Stephen Shull lived to fly. But at the age of 42, the Sarasota County sheriff's deputy pilot lost his life to cancer, leaving a void in his family and co-workers.
A Bay Area veteran’s rifle led to an amazing war story, earning him the Bronze Star in World War II.
A deputy sheriff in Missouri had an emotional reunion with his son after returning from a deployment in Afghanistan.