The Pentagon is providing close to 200 active duty soldiers to assist local agencies battling nearly 20 wildfires burning across drought-stricken California.
The local widow of a Vietnam War veteran is on a mission to fulfill her late husband’s wishes of seeing the names of 74 of his shipmates, killed during the war, added to the Vietnam Memorial Wall in Washington D.C.
The Department of Defense announced Friday the death of three soldiers who were supporting Operation Enduring Freedom — two of the men were from Southern California.
As troops leave Afghanistan, thousands of American soldiers are aggressively training for their next war… against a military force that’s as big as their own.
Every Memorial Day, the nation remembers those who made the ultimate sacrifice.
They’re a group of people who care for beloved pets when soldiers are at war.
Camo — short for camouflage — is a type of uniform often worn by service members to keep them alive. But camo is also the name of a new social network to help keep military families connected.
A Southland U.S. Army sergeant stationed in Afghanistan was among three soldiers killed in Afghanistan, the military reported Thursday.
Soldiers from the Southland are back home with their families in El Monte on Monday after serving on the frontlines in Iraq.
Some Lancaster students Friday made sure that local soldiers would not be forgotten when they deploy overseas.
The new commandant of the U.S. Marines Corps said Saturday that now is the wrong time to overturn the “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy prohibiting gays from openly serving in the military, as U.S. troops remain in the thick of war in Afghanistan.
The federal agency in charge of funding for the National Guard is examining its procedures for detecting fraud after a report revealed allegations of misuse of $100 million.
A Million Thanks, a year-round campaign that sends letters, e-mails and cards to soldiers — especially those who have been wounded in combat — was started by a 21-year-old Orange County woman.
Hours before addressing the nation, President Barack Obama told U.S. troops just back from Iraq that his speech outlining the withdrawal of combat forces “is not going to be a victory lap” nor a cause for celebration.