Family and friends of the 70 members of the 31st Air Defense Artillery Brigade gathered at Fort Sill Monday to reunite with their loved ones as they returned from southwest Asia.
Toothpaste and soap aren't usually hard to come by, unless you're a soldier fighting over seas.
Iron Soldiers, Inc. make their way through Wichita Falls to honor families of soldiers killed in battle.
More soldiers took their own lives than died in combat during 2012, new Department of Defense figures show.
From the front lines to the starting lines...redefining missins for our wounded warriors.
Two Fort Sill soldiers are killed Sunday in Afghanistan.
From the battlefield to your first aid kit, how a piece of gauze is saving lives.
They've risked so much and put themselves in harm's way to defend
our country. And war heroes continue to come home to begin the next
chapter of their lives. A Wichita Falls agency is helping veterans find
War heroes are returning home from overseas And returning to life in America. But getting back to the lives they left behind,which might include retiring from the military means starting a new career path.
More than a hundred families welcomed home their soldiers Sunday morning at Fort Sill. For the last six months,130 soldiers from C Battery,2nd Battalion, 4th Field Artillery were in Afghanistan--providing aid to the legal system there and security at a detention center.
As the War on Terror continues, the U.S. Military must adapt to the modern battlefield.
In Iraq and Afghanistan, the increase of IED's has prompted top military brass to develop new vehicles