Oldest living Marine celebrates 107th birthday in Kannapolis

Sgt. Dot Cole, from Kannapolis, is celebrating her 107th birthday on Saturday.

Soldier returns home to Myrtle Beach, meets newborn daughter for the first time

VA Secretary: More facilities, resources could be coming to SC to keep up with growing veteran population

Flags at SC State House to be lowered at half-staff Friday to honor late SC Adjutant General

  Live 5 Scambusters: Reports show military more vulnerable to employment scams

Servicemembers honor World War II veteran during ceremony for inspiring troops during pandemic

Scooter stolen from Florida Walmart returned to disabled vet

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Community collects messages for family of Shaw AFB pilot killed in crash

‘Salute from Shore’ to continue Saturday with tribute to Shaw AFB pilot killed in crash

Shaw Air Force Base officials identify pilot killed in F-16 crash

  Shaw Air Force Base pilot killed in F-16 crash on base

Last surviving Buffalo Soldier from SC dies at 92

US pilot in fighter jet crash named; accident cause unclear

Former caretaker for 100-year-old WWII veteran charged with his murder

The suspect is charged with second degree murder. She is accused of attacking the victim at his New York home and repeatedly hitting him in the head with a hammer.

Retired Marine stands 24 hours straight to raise awareness about veteran suicide

On a concrete median at the corner of Constitution Avenue and 23rd Street Northwest stands a retired marine Staff Sergeant Tim Chambers.

Customers, employees required to wear face masks at Joint Base Charleston commissaries

Customers and employees at Joint Base Charleston commissaries are now required to wear face masks.

  Joint Base Charleston medical personnel now on the ground in NYC

Six Joint Base Charleston medical professionals arrived in New York City early Tuesday morning to help in the fight against the novel coronavirus.

Women’s football team from US trapped in Honduras flown to Joint Base Charleston

  Airman at Joint Base Charleston tests positive for coronavirus

  The Citadel’s first African American barber recalls his journey at South Carolina’s military college

New theory about why the confederate submarine H.L. Hunley sank

  Charleston Korean War veteran surprised with wish before aggressive cancer treatment

  Purple Heart veteran and family receive free home in Mt. Pleasant

100-year-old Tuskegee Airman, Cleveland Native honored during State of the Union address by President Donald Trump

President Donald Trump stopped to recognize McGee who was in the crowd at the State of the Union address.

Body of Fort Bragg soldier killed in Afghanistan to return to family Saturday

The body of a Fort Bragg solider who was killed in Afghanistan is being returned to his family Saturday.

Unclaimed veteran to be laid to rest with full military honors on Friday at Ft. Jackson

An unclaimed veteran will be laid to rest with full military honors on Friday at the Fort Jackson National Cemetery.

Coast Guard searching for missing airman in the Gulf near Florida Panhandle

Coast Guard officials say the airman fell out of an Air force C-130 while flying over the water Tuesday.

  Gold Star family continues tradition of honoring fallen loved one

As families across the country observe Memorial Day, for many it’s a somber day full of reflection and remembrance.

Report: JBC airmen seen riding motorized scooters in uniform, dancing

Military officials say airmen from Joint Base Charleston were seen riding on motorized scooters in uniform and dancing in the workplace.

  Operation Finally Home builds free home for soldier in Summerville

Operation Finally Home is building a house for a retired Army Sgt. and his family. The nonprofit builds homes across the country for wounded military members and/or their families for free. Lennar is working with the nonprofit to provide the home free of charge for the soldier.

Suicide rates among Marines, Navy reached 10-year high in 2018

Many of the cases are young Marines who have not been deployed overseas nor been in combat, a situation that has also been seen in other military branches.

Patriots Point executive director to retire in June after nine years

Executive director Mac Burdette will retire effectively on June 30 after being selected to lead the naval museum in 2010.

Charleston area reservists delivered 8,000 lbs supplies to Guatemala for fire and rescue personnel

The people of Guatemala City received donated firefighting and rescue equipment supplies

Veteran denied surgery for rare condition that causes constant pain, severe weight loss

After almost a decade of tests with the VA, the veteran sought outside care, but when he found a possible treatment, he was denied surgery twice.

WWII era sailor from Upstate returns home after 77 years

One Upstate family had to wait a while before their loved one could come home.

A Vietnam veteran died with no family, so other vets stepped up to remember him

The community also provided the funeral home with the proper paperwork to ensure the Marine veteran got military honors at the service.

Marine 1st Sgt. accused of stealing $1.5 million worth of razors from Parris Island

A Marine first sergeant and three civilian employees have been accused of stealing over $1.5 million of razors - yes, razors that you shave with - from a Marine Corps recruit store warehouse at Parris Island.

  With evidence of Russian buildup in European foothold, US military is at the ready

With concern that Russia is upgrading its capabilities at NATO’s doorstep, the U.S. is increasingly on guard.

Medal of Honor awarded to Sgt. Maj. John Canley, who saved fellow Marines during Vietnam battle

Canley fended off numerous attacks during the Battle of Hue and repeatedly charged across fire-swept battle grounds to take wounded marines to safety.

Lt. Gen. Laura Richardson becomes first woman to lead largest command in US Army

The command Richardson will lead, United States Army Forces Command, is composed of 776,000 soldiers.

Pentagon reveals cyber breach of travel records

The Pentagon says there has been a cyber breach of Defense Department travel records that compromised the personal information of military and civilian personnel

‘Lowest level of humanity’: Man allegedly urinates on flags in veterans cemetery

Police are investigating, and the mayor says he’s confident anyone found guilty will be held “fully responsible for these despicable actions.”