A Severna Park boy who recently lost his ability to walk wrapped up the month of November with the experience of a lifetime as Pilot for a Day. See photos.
First lady Melania Trump’s plane had to turn around shortly after taking off from Joint Base Andrews due to a “mechanical issue” and smoke on board the plane, reports ABC News.
An all-clear has been given at Joint Base Andrews in Camp Springs, Maryland, after a report of a bomb threat by the pedestrian gate earlier Wednesday morning.
The ZAC Foundation and the Boys and Girls Clubs of America run four-day water safety camps at pools across the country. At Joint Base Andrews in Maryland, kids at day two of the camp still seemed nervous before jumping into the pool. See photos.
A D.C. National Guard pilot who averted a fighter jet from crashing into a several homes in Maryland was awarded Sunday for his quick, heroic actions.
Following Wednesday’s fighter jet crash in Clinton, Maryland, one former county official explains the plan in place to keep the community safe and military needs going.
A fighter jet assigned to the D.C. Air National Guard crashed in a wooded area in southern Prince George’s County Wednesday morning. See photos from the response.
Joint Base Andrews is all clear after having been on lockdown for about an hour and a half after the report of an active shooter. They received the active-shooter report at about 9 a.m. Thursday. All personnel were directed to shelter in place.
A woman who walked into a Joint Base Andrews visitor’s center Thursday evening and said she had a bomb was arrested and determined not to be a threat.
WASHINGTON — For the first time since 2012, the airshow returned to the skies over Joint Base Andrews in Maryland on Saturday as an elated crowd of about 80,000 stood watch. The live airshow was more…
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds are among the performers at Saturday’s free air show at Joint Base Andrews. The schedule for the day, according to the Joint Base Andrews website, is as follows:…
Joint Base Andrews is storing water and making plans to continue operating without public water as the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission\’s water outage nears.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.