Military’s Mental Illness Stigma Pushes Navy Captain to Edge

During his battle with depression, Navy Capt. Todd Kruder attempted suicide three times. Now, he writes books to assist members of the military.

O’Malley’s Makes Push for Veterans Full Employment Act

Gov. Martin O’Malley addressed the Senate Hearing Committee on Education Health and Environmental Affairs regarding a bill that would break down barriers of employment some recently returned veterans face.

Infidelity isn’t among the top worries of a military family

When Army Cpt. Stuart Hobbs joined the military two years ago, he and his wife Vanessa Hobbs worried about the strain of moving, the possibility of long separations and whether she would be able to find work.

Redskins, 1/3 Infantry Go Head-to-Head in Video Game Challenge

The Redskins hosted 50 active-duty soldiers from the Old Guard for a live video game competition between troops and Redskins here and troops stationed in Kandahar, Afghanistan.

Military Remembers 9/11 at Fort Meade, Md.

Members of the armed services joined with civilians before the dawn on Friday, Sept. 9 on the grounds of Fort Meade, Md. to remember the 9/11 attacks.