Staff Sgt. Ron Shurer earned the Medal of Honor for actions as a Special Forces medic in Afghanistan in 2008. In the first installment of Dear Young American, he talks about finding a way to serve those around you, no matter where you are.
Questions about Army parachute procedures arise after a tragic accident involving a Green Beret. New squad weapons are on track to be delivered to troops, and learn about the latest development in the case of the deadly AAV accident.
New data suggests military suicide numbers have taken alarming jump in the time of COVID-19. The Marines look at closing Parris Island as they move toward integrated training platoons. Military Times tags along in one of the last two B-29s still flying, and a story of Vietnam heroism that may be worthy of a Medal of Honor. All that and more on The Briefing for 10.1.20.
A Delta operator receives the Medal of Honor for a daring rescue, troops see white nationalism in the ranks as a threat on par with ISIS, and thirst traps by troops in TikTok are now a thing and no one is sure what to do about it.
A devastating fire aboard the USS Bonhomme Richard, a relentless rise in COVID-19 infections, a group of Marines heralded for heroism and heartbreaking details of how an Air Force jumpmaster was killed over the Gulf of Mexico.