The family of Earl Halvorson honored the Navy seaman, who disappeared while serving in World War II, with a proper memorial in Minneota on Friday.
Gov. Tim Walz laid out a new COVID-19 action plan Friday putting the Minnesota National Guard on alert and increasing rapid testing opportunities as the state’s surge in infections continues to strain health care resources.
The remains of a Minnesota airman who was killed while on a bombing run in Romania in 1943 have been identified.
Jonathan Toebbe, 42, was arrested in West Virginia on Saturday along with his wife, Diana, 45, after he had placed a removable memory card at a prearranged “dead drop” in the state, according to the Justice Department.
A new Pentagon climate plan calls for incorporating the realities of a hotter, harsher Earth at every level in the U.S. military.
The alleged gunman’s brother avoided prison time when he agreed to a plea deal on a manslaughter charge that calls for a three-year probation period.
New Defense Department guidance says all civilian workers must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 by Nov. 22.
Military suicides jumped by 15% in 2020, fueled by significant increases in the Army and Marine Corps that senior leaders said were troubling and require more effort to prevent.
Senior Pentagon officials testified Wednesday that the collapse of the Afghan government and its security forces in last month can be attributed to a 2020 agreement with the Taliban that promised a complete U.S. troop withdrawal.
Top U.S. military officers gave their first congressional testimony on the chaotic final months of America's longest war in Afghanistan.
The Pentagon retreated from its defense of a drone strike that killed multiple civilians in Afghanistan last month, announcing Friday that a review revealed that only civilians were killed in the attack, not an Islamic State extremist as first believed.
Lawrence Brooks turned 112 years old on Sunday, making him the country’s oldest World War II veteran.
Saturday marks the 20th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks and memorial ceremonies are set to take place across the country, including in the Twin Cities.
The U.S. has halted all U.S.-bound flights of Afghan evacuees from two main bases overseas after discovering a limited measles outbreak among Afghans arriving in the United States.
The U.S. State Department announced on Monday it, along with global partners, successfully evacuated 124,000 Afghans and 6,000 U.S. citizens safely out of Afghanistan.
Soldiers who helped during evacuations in Kabul, Afghanistan returned home to a thunderous welcome ceremony on Sept. 6 at Fort Drum, New York.
The Taliban has painted its flag on a wall outside the US embassy in Kabul.
Five crew members were declared dead Saturday after a U.S. Navy helicopter crashed off the Southern California coast during a routine flight from an aircraft carrier earlier this week, military officials said. Search and rescue efforts have now shifted to recovery operations.
Fort McCoy in western Wisconsin is temporarily housing more than 8,700 refugees from Afghanistan preparing for resettlement in the United States after fleeing the Taliban.
Fifteen U.S. Marines are being treated at Walter Reed Medical Center for injuries sustained in the Aug. 26 airport bombings in Kabul.