Thad Forester always knew his brother as Mark, even after he joined the U.S. Air Force. Pilots flying dangerous missions in Afghanistan, however, knew the 29-year-old Air Force combat controller as “JAG 28.”
Mike Moyer will never forget the night of Mar. 3, 2007.
While looking into the eyes of two young Marines during a Feb. 23 ceremony honoring their fallen brother in arms, I could see the war in Afghanistan.
If you take a drive through the Deep South, you are virtually guaranteed to see numerous University of Alabama flags flying from houses and cars.
I was filled with pride during my entire phone conversation with Cpl. Kyle Carpenter.
Staff Sgt. Jesse Grindey and his wife were walking down a Hazel Green, Wis., street when they noticed a beautiful house for sale.
There is much talk about caring for our nation’s veterans.
The past year has been unimaginably difficult for Ashley Whitlock.
U.S. Air Force Maj. Duane Dively was returning from a mission over Afghanistan when the U-2 spy plane he was piloting malfunctioned.