It has served as a training ground for U.S. Marines for more than 100 years.
In his early twenties, Captain Paris Davis was already blazing a trail in the U.S. military by becoming one of the very first Black Special Forces commanders.
Lt. General Raymond Dingle is more like the pride of Prince George’s County.
Under a blazing sun Thursday, sat American and South Korean War veterans listening to speakers that were honoring the efforts and sacrifices they made 70 years
Now at his age, he is the only crew member from his squadron still alive. He looks back on his service with pride and can’t help but notice the change in times.
An art exhibit recently opened in Fredrick, Maryland unlike any I have ever seen.
The father of an Army captain returned to Guantanamo Bay to face the Al Qaeda member who killed his son.
In the five years since retiring from the military as a Chief Warrant Officer, Cory Graves has built a thriving business and has changed lives.