Game Time Salute Honors Army Veteran Jerome "JT" TaylorFor Jerome "JT" Taylor, the Army provided him with more than just the opportunity to earn money for college, it also instilled within him the skills and values that would serve him well after his time in the service ended.
Army, Air Force Exercises Might Disturb Residents Near Selfridge Air National Guard BaseThe U.S. military is conducting several days of military exercises, including night flights and shooting simulations.
Soldier From Detroit Killed In Vietnam War Among Those Honored With New Postage Stamp"With a grenade he led a charge onto the bunker and took out the bunker and saved a number of his platoon."
ISIS On The Streets Of Metro Detroit? Officials Say It Was A Planned ExerciseThey say using foreign flags and symbols make their exercises authentic.
Post Office Seeks To Deliver 1945 Letter To Michigan FamilyIn 1945, a letter was addressed to a western Michigan couple and mailed from a sergeant at an Army base in New York State.
College Football Spotlight: Texas And Army Coaching Searches On Different Levels With Same Goal, Restore PrideArmy will never be a dominant force in college football the way Texas can be, but both programs have a special place in college football’s history. Seeing them each reach their expectations is capable if the right coach is brought in.
Army National Guard In Mich. Gets New HelicoptersAn Army National Guard aviation facility near Lansing has received the first of four new helicopters for use in military missions, search and rescue efforts and other flights.
St. Heights Home To Newest Location Of Wyle Aerospace GroupA new facility opens in St. Heights to create safer operating tanks for troops in war zones.
Mich. Soldier Killed In Iraq In 2006 To Be HonoredA National Guard soldier who was killed while serving in Iraq in 2006 will be honored this month at a Veterans Administration facility in the UP.
Iraq War 10 Year Anniversary: Father's Heart Still Aches For Fallen SoldierIt's ten years after the U.S. invaded Iraq, leading to the dethroning of dictator Saddam Hussein. Over those years, thousands of American soldiers have lost their lives, including more than 200 from Michigan.
Metro Detroiters Divided As U.S. Military Lifts Ban On Women In CombatMetro Detroiters are left divided as news spread that the Pentagon is lifting its ban on women serving in combat.
West Michigan Soldier Dies Of Afghan Combat WoundsThe Pentagon says a 38-year-old Army sergeant from western Michigan has died from injuries he sustained last month in an insurgent attack in Afghanistan.