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.
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New commander over Air Force basic training at Lackland, AFB.
A Sheppard Air Force Base pilot, who's a member of the 80th Operations Group, leads a missing man flyover today
Sheppard Pilot Will Honor Lt. Colonel Killed In Vietnam War
Military And Their Families Receive Free Admission To Museums
Thousands of people lined the streets of Mooresville, North Carolina Friday evening to welcome home a 22-year-old Marine who earlier this year lost parts of both of his legs in Afghanistan.
Navy F-18 fighter jet crashes shortly after takeoff into Virginia apartment complex.
When Congressman Mac Thornberry visited Wichita Falls yesterday to brief
the Sheppard Military Affairs Committee, he discussed the increasing
threat of cyber attacks.
He told the committee the world is moving fast ... But laws and policies in America are not keeping up.
He also said if terrorists are able to launch cyber attacks against U.S. cities or the U.S. military ... there could be devastating consequences.
13th District US Congressman Mac Thornberry calls the President's announcement on military cuts "vague", and says it would be a mistake to squander America's defense capabilities. Thornberry points out that Congress and President Obama already agreed on the 487 billion dollars of reductions during the next 10 years, and he says the military's budget will still increase each year, just not as much as the military had planned.