A Bay area organization is hitting the road and taking five veterans on a cross-country bike tour.
A memorial service will be held Wednesday at Joint Base Lewis-McChord for a San Jose soldier who was killed in Afghanistan.
Several Tuskegee Airmen were in San Francisco Tuesday night to attend a screening of a documentary that tells the story…
San Francisco supervisors are once again considering a resolution regarding U.S. military policy – this time the issue is military spending.
The remains of Sean Walsh, a 21-Year-Old National Guard soldier from San Jose, arrived at Moffett Federal Airfield Wednesday. Walsh died on Nov. 16 from injuries he suffered during combat operations in Afghanistan.
The reduction of US forces in Afghanistan is being welcomed by many Afghans living in the Bay Area.
The small white crosses on a hillside near the Lafayette BART station that represent American service personnel who’ve perished in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan drew the patriotic this Memorial Day holiday
A top American Legion official has accused the San Francisco Board of Trustees of being “veteran unfriendly” for rejecting a proposed veterans job center.
At least one in five Americans who’ve served in Iraq and Afghanistan return with post traumatic stress disorder. An East Bay therapist has found a way to help by offering an effective treatment not widely available to local veterans.
The father of John Walker Lindh, a Marin County man convicted of aiding the Taliban in Afghanistan in 2001, spoke about his son’s case Wednesday at the University of San Francisco.