They hear the jokes all the time, the punch lines about giving hay rides behind their F-150 truck or calf roping out behind the squadron bay.
FORT COLLINS, Colo. — A former worker at a Veterans Affairs clinic in Colorado says she was put on unpaid leave after she refused to falsify appointment records.
World War II veteran Donald Buska describes how he managed to join the Navy despite being initially rejected for nearsightedness.
SHERIDAN, Wyo. — Sheridan police have arrested a 29-year-old man wanted on a federal warrant for allegedly deserting the Navy.
Navy Commander Michael Harris is the commanding officer of the USS Pearl Harbor, an amphibious dock landing ship with nearly 400 sailors — and up to double that amount when she’s ferrying Marines somewhere.
MISSOULA — Attending a University of Montana football game was the last thing on Bo Reichenbach’s mind last July when he was critically injured by an improvised explosive device while on patrol in Afghanistan.
Thanks to a chair mounted on all-terrain treads, Bo Reichenbach can fly fish, hunt and hike again. The Navy SEAL lost his legs after being injured by an improvised explosive device in Afghanistan last summer.
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Michael Schutz is suing the City of Truman, Minn., after he returned from the Navy and his job as a police officer in Truman was reduced to part time. Schutz is currently on administrative leave from the city.
Amelia McDanel, 34, got several tattoos before, during and after she joined the U.S. Navy.
Less than three months after Herbert S. Kindsfater traveled to the National World War II Memorial with the inaugural Big Sky Honor Flight, he experienced another life-changing event that hearkened to his service in World War II.
Big Sky Honor Flight: By the numbers
Bowling helped Guy Rolison years ago raise the $800 he needed to purchase his first car, a 1967 Ford Mustang.
On the day she was offered a golf scholarship to Rocky Mountain College, Rachel Hosterman said "the room was spinning.
I am the only candidate running for governor who served on active duty in our military. Veterans are the backbone of our free society, and our time in uniform is the epitome of public service. As a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, my life and leadership have been used towards public inter…
Getting into one of the U.S. military academies isn’t easy, but the payoff is big, students and their parents learned Saturday morning.
Richard Turk works on the interior Monday of a new location at 4 N. 29th St., for Billings Army Navy Surplus. Owner Eddie Schmidt bought the former First National Pawn shop across the street from his current store.
Eddie Schmidt has moved the Billings Army Navy store across the street to the former First National Pawn building. Photos by Larry Mayer
VFW Honor Guard member Price “Bill” Buntyn, Jr. shops for uniforms at the Billings Army Navy Surplus store, which is moving across North 29th Street.
Today marks the 70th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor.