Final C-17 Globemaster Flight Marks End Of Era In AviationThe final Boeing C-17 Globemaster III military cargo jet made at the company's Long Beach assembly plant took off Sunday, bound for its new owners in Qatar, and ending a long era of Southland aircraft manufacture.
Naval Chief Deployed Overseas To Spend Thanksgiving With Sister For First Time In 4 YearsMembers of the military expressed their gratitude to be back home with loved ones in time for Thanksgiving.
13-Year Army Veteran Gets New Start After Living Homeless For YearsA local veteran who spent 13 years in the U.S. Army is getting a new start after she spent years on the street upon leaving the service.
Survey: Only 18 Percent Of Disabled Vets Say They Have Received Promised BenefitsA new survey released by the Disabled American Veterans (DAV) group shows most veterans don't feel they have received adequate support after returning to civilian life.
Skeptics Continue To Doubt Military's Explanation Of 'Mystery' Light Over LAA number of local skeptics continue to refuse to believe that the "mystery" light over Los Angeles over the weekend was the result of a military missile test.
Residents Across Western States Report Seeing Strange Lights Across The SkyCalifornians from Orange County to San Francisco reported seeing a strange light in the sky on Saturday night.
Best Of OC - Week Of November 2From theme park related fun to circuses of many kinds to must-see cultural exhibits and celebrity presentations, let’s explore the week in Orange County.
Rams To Sign Autographs For Uniformed Military At Point Mugu Naval BaseMembers of the St. Louis Rams were set to arrive Wednesday in Oxnard for preseason training camp - and show their appreciation for the U.S. Armed Forces in the process.
Veterans Patrol Notorious Pasadena Bridge To Raise Awareness For PTSD, Suicide PreventionMilitary veterans patrolled the Colorado Street Bridge in Pasadena on Tuesday night as a symbolic gesture to raise awareness for suicide prevention.
Marine Could Go Back To The Brig For Killing Iraqi CivilianA Marine sergeant could be locked up yet again after being convicted a second time of killing an Iraqi civilian nearly a decade ago in one of the military's longest-running war crime cases.
WWII Vet Says Burglars Posed As SoCal Edison Subcontractors, Stole MemorabiliaPolice say the suspects knocked on the door of Bill Berger's West Covina home May 30, stealing the 93-year-old's safe from his master bedroom.
Navy Veteran Who Fought And Died In WWII Added To Huntington Beach MemorialNavy sailor A.A. Woodward, known as Bill, had a baby on the way when he left Orange County for duty aboard the USS Arizona.