The Navy Seal who wrote the book the “Lone Survivor” spoke at Penn State Altoona.
Experts talked about sexual assault in the military at a Veteran's Symposium Johnstown.
Russell, a retired Marine and former associate dean at Penn State, died in February at age 97.
A local veteran gets a life-changing gift.
The Curve honored the military as part of the Eastern League All Star Stop.
A local Army National Guard unit says an Iraqi citizen that helped them while they were deployed is now in danger.
Caitlin McGlaughlin's appointment was sponsored by Representative Glenn Thompson.
Thompson said the VA hospitals in our area are not facing the issues like the larger facilities.
The bill would create a mental health evaluation for potential military recruits.
On this Memorial Day the Army is highlighting one of the ways military survivors can make others aware of their sacrifice - they're called gold star pins.
Honoring our men and women in all branches of the military
The newest warship named after our region has docked at its new home port.
Family and friends gathers in Johnstown as more than 100 troops get ready for deployment.
Authorities say the suspect had proper identification to access the base, but not the USS Mahan.
William "Wild Bill" Guarnere passed away in Philadelphia Saturday at age 90.
Several bus loads of passengers from Somerset County will travel to the ceremony Saturday.
The ship will be commissioned in early March.
More than 90 officers at one base are now embroiled in the scandal.
The United States Veterans Education Institute made some major announcements in Altoona Saturday.
Care packages will soon be sent to members of the military serving overseas.
Elementary students prepare holiday stockings for troops overseas
On Veterans Day, and for the past six years, a local family is searching for their brother. Jay H. Nedimyer Junior.
Recognizing service; challenges some still face returning from active duty.
The special forces sergeant was not due home until later this month.
A local business is teaming up with the bombshells to show support for the military.
The remains of a Pennsylvania airman who died in World War II were recently identified.
Seventeen servicemen and women have died since the government shutdown began.
The soldier was one of four confirmed deaths from combat October 6th.
The government shutdown wasn't going to stop veterans from seeing the World War II Memorial.
The Army Staff Sergeant was killed on his third tour.
A local group is getting together to honor veterans. The Salute to Veteran's dinner will be October 14th at the Pasquerilla Conference Center.
Penn State has been named the best university in the state for students who want to go into the military.
The soldier becomes the fifth living Medal of Honor recipient for duty during the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Given back to Central PA family of fallen WWII soldier.
Saturday morning you can hit the track and support military families.
David Clapper of Bedford County has a fascinating history. He served in the U.S. Navy during the Korean War. Later he worked for Westinghouse developing radar systems for the SR 71 Blackbird.
A man is biking across country to raise awareness about veterans and suicide.
Suspended Sergeant Was Part of SHARP Program
Navy Seal Attended Norwin High School