- Four military men with a North Carolina connection are among the Medal of Honor recipients being honored by the a new, limited edition collection of forever stamps focusing on the heroes of the Vietnam War.
- Governor Pat McCrory has announced the release of the 2015 resource guide for veterans, along with an updated website that focuses on federal Veterans Affairs benefits and other issues.
- The city of Washington will pay tribute to our fallen military men and women and celebrate the freedom for which they fought this Memorial Day, with lots of family-friendly activities.
- One of the documents, translated by intelligence officials, begins with questions similar to a conventional job application: "Do you have hobbies? Have you been convicted of a crime?" But it veers into more chilling territory, asking: "What objectives would you like to accomplish on your jihad path?"
- A U.S. military plane crashed and caught fire as it tried to land during training exercises in Hawaii, killing one Marine, injuring 21 other people and sending black smoke billowing into the sky.
- Onslow County Sheriff Hans Miller has a military background and says much of the gear on the list is not necessary for police use, but some gear should be used to protect officers who deal with large crowds.
- Two Florida hearse drivers have been fired after they stopped at a doughnut shop with a flag-draped coffin in the vehicle on the way to a funeral and an outraged man sent a video to a local veterans group.
- A U.S. military helicopter carrying six Marines and two Nepalese Army soldiers went missing during a mission in Nepal delivering aid to earthquake victims, U.S. defense officials said Tuesday, but so far there have been no indications that the aircraft crashed.
- The U.S. military has increased the threat level at bases across North America. Officials say the incremental boost will likely mean heightened vigilance and more random bag or vehicle checks.
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