U.S. Army

Army veteran Ryan Pitts of Nashua, N.H., will be awarded the Medal of Honor for his actions during combat in Afghanistan. (WBZ-TV)

NH Medal Of Honor Recipient: It Is Not Mine Alone

Ryan Pitts, who continued to fight after being wounded in one of Afghanistan’s bloodiest battles, the medal belongs to all of his fellow soldiers who fought and died that day.

06/26/2014

Wayne Moore poses with his three sons. (Photo by Paul Burton WBZ-TV)

Army Dad Returns From Afghanistan, Surprises Sons In Jamaica Plain

The brothers had no idea that they were being scouted from the back of the room by their number one fan, their dad, U.S. Army Specialist Wayne Moore.

01/25/2014

Medically retired U.S. Army Cpl. Sue Downes, right, lost both of her legs in Afghanistan. (Credit: WBZ-TV)

Fund-Raiser Held In Raynham For Double-Amputee Veteran

A local resident and his new charity group held a fund-raiser Sunday afternoon to help the country’s first female armed services member to suffer a double amputation in a war zone.

08/25/2013

Several local troops arrived home from Afghanistan on Wednesday.

More Local Troops Arrive Back Home From Afghanistan

The U.S. is gradually withdrawing troops from Afghanistan, and that means some young men and women are coming home.

07/27/2011

Spc. Christopher Crosby was 23 when he died under mysterious circumstances in Alaska.

Military Unsure Why Wilmington Soldier Died In Alaska

Friends and family are remembering a Wilmington soldier who was killed under mysterious circumstances.

07/27/2011

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