Vernon Lingle recalls Dec. 7, 1941, as a sad day.
Several local veterans of the Vietnam War give the Ken Burns’ documentary "The Vietnam War" mostly a thumbs-up review on its treatment of America’s sixth-longest war.
U.S. Army veteran Louis Belfield never served in the military in a capacity that required him to fire a weapon, but the duties he performed ultimately saved lives.
When Aaron Lybrand graduated from high school, he realized something: he needed to grow as a person.
Machines guns and gas masks may come to mind when thinking of World War I.
Sharla Murrill joined the U.S. Army because she wanted more education and a chance to learn new things.
Chris Perkinson says his service as a U.S. Army combat medic in Iraq a decade ago was an eye-opening moment for him.
EDENTON – Robert S. Harrell was a lieutenant serving in the U.S. Army Air Corps when his bomber veered off a course a bit one night during a training run over the Pacific at the tail end of World War II.
EDENTON — Frank Jones, owner of the Downtown Cafe and Soda Shoppe in Edenton, was 20 years old when he enlisted in the Navy.
John Albertoni grew up on his family’s dairy farm in Southern California. After graduating high school he didn’t plan to attend college, and needed some direction in his life.