When military recruiters begin arriving this month for the first time in more than a decade at Vermont Law School, it will have a special meaning for Alex Manning.
Enactment of the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell is this Tuesday and military personnel, both gay and straight are speaking out.
A military fund will mark the 10th anniversary of 9/11 by giving to the families of two Minnesota soldiers killed in Afghanistan.
All the members of the U.S. Army Reserve’s 452nd Ordnance Co. are now back home, after spending a year in Kuwait and Iraq.
For the past 30 years the U.S. Army’s Bradley Fighting Vehicle has given soldiers armored protection as they maneuver the battlefield.
Seventeen soldiers who have been serving in Afghanistan for the past 10 months are scheduled to return to Minnesota.
Hundreds of people gathered to formally send off about 160 North Dakota National Guard soldiers who are bound for a year of duty in the Middle East.
A send-off is set in Austin Thursday for 159 Minnesota National Guard soldiers.
Reuters has a story of what really happened the night of the helicopter crash in Afghanistan that killed 30 US Soldiers. Read the article.
The Fisher House in Minneapolis is called “a home, away from home” for families of wounded military members and veterans.
What does a soldier face when coming home from deployment? The New York Times put together this great article for Memorial Day.
Researches at the University of Minnesota are recruiting hundreds of National Guard and Reserve families to find out the best ways to support them.
A number of deployment ceremonies will be held throughout Minnesota to honor members of a 34th Red Bull Infantry Division brigade that’s heading to Iraq.
The Minnesota National Guard says 460 soldiers from the 1st Battalion, 125th Field Artillery are preparing to go on a one-year deployment in the Middle East.
A military policeman from Rosemount has died in an attack in Afghanistan.