Motorcyclists ride in honor of Vietnam War Soldiers killed in action and missing in action during Rolling Thunder in Washington D.C.
Master Sgt. Marshall Rader rendered the first salute to his son, Gregory Rader, following his officer commissioning ceremony at North Georgia University, May 10, through a video teleconference at Forward Operating Base Gamberi, Afghanistan.
Sgt. Justin Haggerty, a military policeman, adopts the dog he deployed with after their return. The bomb-sniffing dog was medically retired after he was diagnosed with PTSD.
For more than 140 years, America remembers it’s fallen heroes on Memorial Day.
Oklahoma National Guard Soldiers secure a perimeter around the Plaza Tower Elementary School which was destroyed May 20th by a Tornado near Oklahoma City.
The Walter Reed Bethesda Race Across America Cycling Team trains for the upcoming 3,000 mile race that begins in Oceanside, Calif., June 13 and ends in Annapolis, Md.
The retrograde of goods and equipment from Afghanistan is underway. Join Gail McCabe for a “Closer Look” at what it means to logisticians, when the U.S. Military says it’s “Moving Out.”
After being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, Maj. John Arbino became active in adaptive sports and eventually was accepted to the Army Team for the 2013 Warrior Games.
Spc. Miguel Lopez, who was wounded in Afghanistan, talks about his fallen friend and works to keep his memory alive while recovering from his injuries.
Pathfinders from the 560th Battlefield Surveillence Brigade, Georgia National Guard, teach African military members how to set up a dropzone during Operation Central Accord. More than 170 Soldiers supported the U.S. Army Africa exercise in Cameroon.