Fort Bragg officially kicked off the Christmas Season on Monday night with a tree lighting festival on the post's parade grounds. More>>
The 85-year-old U.S. Korean War veteran who was detained for weeks by North Korea said Monday that the videotaped confession in which he apologized for killing North Koreans during the war was given involuntarily and under... More>>
Military families decorate a tree at the Executive Mansion in downtown Raleigh. More>>
Sicily Drop Zone was buzzing December 7 during the early hours for Operation Toy Drop, which is the largest combined airborne operation in the world, with nine allied countries participating. Soldiers, More>>
For the first time since the war, Alvis Taylor returned to Pearl Harbor and recalled the surprise Japanese air attack that plunged America into World War II. More>>
A federal agency is confirming the health risks of tainted tap water at one of our local military bases. More>>
Military leaders have canceled the 2014 Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point Air Show. More>>
A Department of Defense budget proposal would close all stateside commissaries as a way to save money. More>>
Gov. Pat McCrory is scheduled to use a trip to Washington to bring attention to the importance of the military and veterans in North Carolina. More>>
A Marine who fatally stabbed another Marine on at Washington street near the barracks has been convicted of manslaughter. More>>
The Coast Guard has rescued two people from a 22-foot sailboat that ran aground at the entrance to the Alligator River.
A New Bern community hosted a couple of marines and prepared them a special meal. More>>
With Thanksgiving just a day away, Christmas is already on the minds of some people in Ayden.
Former NFL superstar Herschel Walker is partnering with the Naval Hospital to end the stigma against mental illness. More>>
Three women have become the first to graduate from the Marine Corps' tough enlisted infantry training school right here in North Carolina. More>>
About 170 Marines and sailors from Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 167 are returning to North Carolina after serving seven months in Afghanistan. More>>