Author Archives: Katie Lange

Florida Georgia Line, Adam Devine and Chef Robert Irvine entertained troops during the World’s Biggest USO Show this week. Here were some of our favorite parts of it.
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The military offers infrastructure and health care aid to communities in America as well as abroad.
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Army Cpl. Gordon Craig gave his life to protect his fellow soldiers in Korea, earning the Medal of Honor for his actions.
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The defense secretary just announced another change to the policy allowing troops to transfer their GI Bill education benefits to their kids, and it’s good news for active-duty wounded warriors.
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Some U.S. generals have earned a native Alaskan tribal name, but one just became the first in military history to earn multiple.
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