Perhaps the U.S. military should think about an ad campaign like this one. Model Bar Refaeli makes military service an attractive idea. Check out the story here.
One of the victims of 9/11 was Tom Burnett, Jr., a native of Bloomington, Minn., who died in the crash of United Flight 93 in Pennsylvania.
When the United States decided to join allies in launching an attack on Libya, the U.S. military titled it “Operation Odyssey Dawn.” So, how are military operations named?
Top officials from the United States, Europe and the Arab world have announced immediate military action to protect civilians amid combat between Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi’s forces and rebel fighters.
Millions of people pass through the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport every year, but not many know that inside, the airport has a center dedicated to U.S. troops passing through.
A military policeman from Rosemount has died in an attack in Afghanistan.
Minnesota Wild players will wear custom-designed camouflage jerseys during warm-ups before Tuesday night’s game against the Edmonton Oilers at Xcel Energy Center.
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Congresswoman Betty McCollum received a threatening fax after proposing to cut advertising between the military and NASCAR.
Blue Star Mothers, a national veterans’ service organization founded by military mothers, has come under fire here in the Twin Cities, and around the country.
The soldiers holding their kids. The tears of a wife or a father. The deployment ceremony honoring citizen soldiers is one of the most emotional parts of a war. But leading up to that, who decides which units to deploy?
Here are some Thanksgiving greetings from Minnesota-based members of the U.S. Military. Sgt. Jose Dimas St. Paul CW2 Craig Jones Eagan, Minn. CW2 Jason Wicks Luverne, Minn.
Some service member somewhere is about to get a thank you card from a second grader in Oakdale, Minn.
The bus stops on the cemetery path and the silver-haired men file out, sober-faced and silent amid a sea of white marble tombstones. Some carry rifles, some flags, a few hold bugles. They’ve all come to say goodbye — to a stranger.
Brig. General David Elicerio succeeds Maj. General Richard Nash
Flags are flying at half-staff for Army specialist Matthew J. Johnson, killed on July 14th in Afghanistan.