Lloydean and Chuck Thompson say they want to bring Thanksgiving to those who aren't able to spend the holiday with their families.
As a patriotic gesture in support of our military and first responders, the Patterson Auto Group will be giving away $50 Dinner Cards to these American heroes.
A senate hearing on Tuesday focused on the use of military equipment provided by the federal government.
President Obama calls for increased U.S. military presence to help secure Eastern Europe.
Secretary of State Chuck Hagel says he's reviewing whether the military should ban tobacco sales and smoking on bases and ships.
Veterans place flags on National Mall to draw attention to troubling military suicide rate.
Military families could pay more for groceries under the latest Pentagon budget proposal.
Lawmakers are outraged that more than 17 military families aren't receiving benefits because of the government shutdown.
Furloughed workers at Sheppard Air Force Base Getting Help from United Supermarket Stores.
Military father holds surprise reunion in Indiana corn maze.
Military dog wounded while on duty now helps other vets heal.
President Obama comments on Syrian situation before meeting with Congressional leaders.
Tuition assistance for members of the military will not be suspended after all.
Congress takes up issue of sexual assaults in the military.
Marine returning from Afghanistan surprises his mother at work.
Senior defense officials say Pentagon chief Leon Panetta is removing the military's ban on women serving in combat.
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More soldiers took their own lives than died in combat during 2012, new Department of Defense figures show.
Sexual assaults reported by women at military academies rose by 23 per cent in a year across all three U.S. military branches, according to a Pentagon report.
A group of female pilots, Marines and soldiers gathered in San Francisco on Tuesday to announce the filing of a lawsuit challenging the military's policy of excluding women from many combat positions.