Not all Americans realize that their nation shows the kindest, most gentle foreign policy of any superpower in world history.
The heroes and zeroes in the Northwest military scene for the week of May 16-22, 2013.
Here are seven figures from U.S. military history whose strength and resilience will always...
Since its redeployment from Afghanistan to Joint Base Lewis-McChord in 2013, the 593rd...
Col. R Wyn Elder, 62nd AW commander, will relinquish command this summer to incoming Col. David J. Kumashiro.
Organizers of Alaska Air Cargo's annual "Copper Chef Cook-off" have announced the contestants in this year's chef competition.
Maj. Gen. Richard S. Haddad, deputy to the chief of staff of Air Force Reserve, testifies during a hearing of the U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee May 15.
Air Mobility Command says that Air Mobility Rodeo might not happen in 2014.
"When I was in high school, if someone had told me I'd wind up a teacher, I'd have laughed," joked retired Lt. Col. Gary Roberts, Air Force JROTC instructor at Clover Park High School.
Raider families and friends jubilantly welcomed back 154 soldiers from 4th Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division, May 18, after a six-month deployment to Afghanistan.
A Female Engagement Team is a group of female Soldiers that accompanies male Soldiers during regular patrols while deployed downrange.
Former Army Spc. Christina Jones swallowed 30 morphine pills and slumped against her bedpost. "Maybe this time, I'll get it right," she whispered, referring to her second suicide attempt in a week.
Military Police take the X-26 Taser for a ride at Joint Base Lewis-McChord
Stars & Stripes Editor Terry Leonard thinks the most important thing for young writers to learn is that journalism is almost always about ideas not events.