Army Photographer Captures Her Own Death In Mortar Explosion The U.S. Army has published the final photo of a combat photographer who captured on camera the blast that killed her in an accidental mortar explosion in Afghanistan nearly four years ago. The Army's professional journal says the image illustrates how women are increasingly exposed to dangerous situations in the military.
U.S. Service Member Killed In Iraq After Rocket AttackAn American service member was killed in an indirect fire rocket attack on a base at Makhmur in northern Iraq, a U.S. official told CNN Saturday.
Game Time Salutes Honors Natalia Lynch, Daughter Of U.S. Army VeteranFor Natalia Lynch, her father's service in the U.S. Army meant that she got an international education and a deep appreciation for the work of the men and women in our armed services.
Local Veteran Reacts To Taliban Release Of U.S. SoldierThe release of U.S. Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl by the Taliban is just the beginning of another chapter for the prisoner of war.
Eagles Sign U.S. Army Ranger Alejandro VillanuevaThe 25-year-old caught the Eagles attention at the Super Regional Combine in Detroit during April 12-13.
U.S. Army Perishing's Own Brass QuintetThe U.S. Army's Perishing's Own Brass Quintet will be playing on July 7, 2012 at Penn's Landing.
Dennis Bowsher Is Ready For The Grueling PentathlonDennis Bowsher first heard about the modern pentathlon from a swimming club coach.
WCAP Making U.S. Army Soldier's Olympic Dreams PossibleIt starts with them, the reminders that sit slightly to the right of Captain Jonathan Harmeling’s desk on the Fort Carson post. The pictures he makes sure he sees every day.
Local War Veteran Welcomed Home From IraqHundreds of friends, family, neighbors and veterans came together in South Jersey on Sunday to help welcome home Army Staff Sergeant Richard Jose returning from his second tour of duty in Iraq.