People close to the Veterans Memorial in the southeast corner of Gage Park gathered yesterday to remember and honor those who never returned from war.
President Barack Obama is still evaluating how the U.S. will respond to the chemical attack on Syrian civilians, allegedly by the Syrian government.
A military jury on Friday sentenced a U.S. soldier who massacred 16 Afghan civilians last year to life in prison without a chance of parole.
A senior Pentagon analyst thinks there’s a chance Kansas native Emil Kapaun’s remains eventually will be among those of other missing Korean War troops buried in a national cemetery in Hawaii.
Ft. Riley soldier Chris Nuyen is honored in Detroit prior to the Royals vs. Tigers match-up.
A Wichita woman and a couple from Augusta have worked to find the family of a World War I soldier awarded the Army’s second-highest honor.
At 9:50 a.m. Friday, Junction City Police executed a search warrant at 1116 Country Club Ln. and arrested 37-year old Ivan O. Sherren, at… More »
Two soldiers who were shot during the 2009 shooting rampage at Fort Hood say they initially thought the gunfire was from a training exercise.
The chief of the National Guard Bureau says units should be able to maintain their readiness and deployment capabilities indefinitely despite a murky federal military budget outlook.
Fort Riley soldiers and families will gather the evening of Aug. 7 for activities tied to the annual National Night Out.