Military

'Homeless Veterans Stand Down' event gives vets a hand up


Speculation drawn over move for Marianna National Guard Armory


Tyndall AFB's Crisis Action Team assists in Texas search and rescue


U.S. Senator Marco Rubio supports passage of new GI Bill expansion


Wounded Afghanistan veteran receives mortgage-free home


Governor kicks off “Honoring Florida Veterans Tour” in Panama City


Update: Explosion near Eglins's climate lab sends plume of smoke into air


Local WWII POW to be brought home to NW Florida after missing 73 years


Local WWII veteran recalls D-Day 73 years later


Crestview couple continues mission helping veterans one year after son takes own life


People gather to remember fallen heroes


From World War II vet to Mosley High School principal


Spring warrior beach retreat


Armed Forces day


Coast Guard, Eastern Shipbuilding hold Offshore Patrol Cutter ceremony


Tyndall Air Force Base hosts 2017 Gulf Coast Salute


MOAB, developed, tested at Eglin AFB, dropped on ISIS


US launches missiles at Syrian air base following chemical weapons attack


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'Shackles From the Deep' Explores Mystery of Sunken Slave Ship

Michael Cottman traces the story of the Henrietta Marie, a slave ship that wrecked near Key West after dropping off kidnapped Africans in Barbados and Jamaica.

Was Jordin Sparks Sending a National Anthem Message to Trump?

Singing the anthem before "Monday Night Football," Jordin Sparks bore a Bible verse on her hand — a message to rulers to rule fairly.

'You Feel Like You're Forgotten': Puerto Ricans Plead for More Aid

"It looks like a bomb went off": Puerto Ricans described desperate conditions on the hurricane-rocked island and pleaded for more help from federal agencies on Monday.

Reaction to Trump's NFL Feud Mounts as Protests Continue in Monday Night Game

Pittsburgh quarterback Ben Roethlisberger said he regretted staying in the Steelers' locker room. NASCAR racer Dale Earnhardt Jr. quoted JFK. Jerry Jones took a knee. And a photo of a kneeling 97-year-old WW II vet went viral.

Pacific Fleet Commander to Retire in Wake of Deadly Crashes

The commander of the United States Pacific Fleet is retiring after learning there's no possibility of him being promoted out of his current job, he told NBC News on Monday.