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A Lexington family can't visit their son this Memorial Day. He's buried in Arlington National Cemetery.
A nearly decade-long effort to build a military veterans' nursing home in south central Kentucky has reached another milestone.
The U.S. Army says to expect more noise than normal at the central Kentucky post over the next couple of weeks.
Multiple missiles have been launched at Iraq from Iran targeting American military facilities, according to a U.S. official.
Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes announced on Tuesday the creation of the online Military and Overseas Voting Portal.
The U.S. military has temporarily stopped training hundreds of Saudi Arabian aviation students after a deadly shooting at a Florida naval base.
Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes honored four Kentuckians Thursday with a Medallion Ceremony at the State Capitol Rotunda.
Discount applies to lodging for active duty military members and to veterans through March 31.
The annual VA 5K will be held this Saturday, November 2, in Lexington to raise money for the Lexington Fisher House and the Lexington VA Health Care System.
Kentucky Republican Gov. Matt Bevin says the state should not be taxing the retirement income of its military veterans.
A Danville company will be creating up to 83 full-time jobs.
All veterans and active duty military members can receive free tickets to the 11-day festival thanks to a partnership with Vet Tix.
Iran’s Revolutionary Guard said Thursday it shot down a U.S. drone amid heightened tensions between Tehran and Washington over its collapsing nuclear deal. The U.S. military declined to immediately comment.
It's part of Military Day at the Races
Fort Campbell is surveying soldiers, family members, Army civilians and military retirees about the health and readiness of their military community.
Frustrated by a divided Congress and rifts within his own party, President Donald Trump is giving little indication in his latest budget proposal of any new policy ambitions for the coming two, or six, years.
As the state’s official emblem in honor and remembrance of U.S. service men and women
U.S. active-duty troops from dozens of units around the country are flowing to the southern border, as part of the latest plan to send 3,750 new forces to beef up surveillance and install more wire barriers.
The high court on Tuesday reversed lower-court orders preventing the Pentagon from implementing its plans.
Just in time for Veterans Day, the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education (CPE) announced it's launching a new initiative to help military students transition to campus.