ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Gov. Martin O’Malley has ordered that flags be flown at half-staff in memory of a general who served at Aberdeen Proving Ground and was killed in Afghanistan. O’Malley ordered the U.S.…
STAFFORD, Va. (AP) — The body of a Marine killed one week ago in Afghanistan is coming home to Virginia amid a procession of motorcyclists. Staff Sgt. David H. Stewart died as a result of…
Five American troops were killed Monday during what the Pentagon is
calling \”a security operation in southern Afghanistan.\”
For the first time ever, Vietnam War veterans will include the names of victims from the Iraq and Afghanistan wars.
Ramon Padilla\’s path to the golf course was painful, trying and unusual. He plays the game with one healthy arm and a research device substituting for the other.
Suicide among veterans is a growing national problem, but many advocates say despite efforts to put bipartisan issues through Congress, little policy has been pushed forward to help vets at risk.
It seemed like it had been settled years ago – the United States would withdraw all military forces from Afghanistan in 2014. Now reports have surfaced of a deal that would change that, and a retired Army colonel is skeptical that such a move would improve the situation.
One Marine reflects on the first Afghan civilian
death he saw from an improvised explosive device,
or IED, as told to WTOP\’s Heather Brady.
Runners contributed more than $65,000 to help wounded veterans as part of the 4th Annual John Ripley Memorial Race in Annapolis Sunday.
The Department of Defense announced the death
Wednesday of a local female soldier serving in a
support role for the war in Afghanistan.
When the boxer named Chuck hears the words \”Daddy\’s home,\” he leaps out of an SUV and jumps all over his owner who had returned after eight months in Afghanistan.
Commuters should expect some heavy traffic Tuesday along the Capital Beltway for an early morning funeral procession of a Maryland military officer who died in Afghanistan.
David Gregory and Bob Schieffer weigh in on WTOP about the growing tensions between the United States and Afghanistan and how it will affect the timetable of withdrawal.
Jere Van Dyke, CBS News Afghanistan consultant
\”In all the years I have worked in Afghanistan, and particularly following this closely in the last 10 years, I don\’t think I have ever seen…something as damaging to U.S. interests as this,\” says Jerre Van Dyk, CBS News Afghanistan consultant. \”This is because of the power of the media in Afghanistan, as well as throughout the Muslim world.