A Nebraska high school denies that it had unpatriotic intentions when it insisted that a graduating senior remove her U.S. Army sash during the ceremony.
Skylar Fontaine, 18, stunned her Marine boyfriend, Gage Moak (who is in training almost 1,000 miles away), with a photo shoot starring his 2-year-old brother, Clay.
The normally membership-only Costco stores are honoring those who have served with an exclusive shopping “Military Hour” event that will include freebies and more.
The clothing brand is selling leftover, recycled, or cast-off clothes from the U.S. Army on its website. It’s pricey and a little confusing.
Brynn Tannehill speaks out against Donald Trump's announcement that all transgender people will be banned from serving in the United States military.
"I feel confident, and I want all women to feel the same. Everyone's genetics are different. We cannot all be thin," says Summers VonHesse.
A July Fourth Facebook post about one little girl’s slain military father and “the freedom that we often take for granted” has been moving thousands of readers.
Leslie Nicole Smith is a retired army captain who served nearly 11 years as a public affairs officer, most recently in Bosnia. After developing a blood infection she lost part of her leg and most of her vision, but nothing could stop her spirit. She now devotes her time to advocating for veterans and raising awareness through organizations like Fatigues to Fabulous.
For sisters Kelly and Lacey Smith, aviation was their destiny. They’re the fourth generation of pilots in their family, flying the skies to defend their country. Lacey was a chief warrant officer in the US Army, flying black hawk helicopters, while Kelly, a captain in the California National Guard, flies a four-engine prop plane. Here they discuss their work with Fatigues to Fabulous and transitioning from the military to the runway to the real world—and how women can kick serious butt while wearing lipstick.