A retired Army sergeant and a quadruple amputee got the experience of a lifetime, six thousand feet above land on Friday and not only is he Army strong, he also jumped Army strong.
A federal judge in Miami will begin the process of re-sentencing of convicted terrorism plotter Jose Padilla.
More than 5 years ago, David Packouz and his former arms trading business partner became national news. The story of how the Miami Beach duo managed to bid and win a $300 million government arms contract led to Congressional hearings and convictions.
Dozens of wounded military veterans got some therapy with the dolphins in the Florida Keys this week.
Brianna Duey gave thanks Wednesday at her journalism class at Miami-Dade’s Felix Varela Senior High School. She was thankful for her family, and grateful to know that she has so much that others, sadly, don’t have to give thanks for on this Thanksgiving holiday – a stable home, the promise of a higher education, material benefits that can help her achieve her ambition of becoming a movie producer.
It was quite a homecoming for the Florida families of the Florida Army National Guard’s 856th Quartermaster Support Company.
A nationally-known forensic psychologist says the two brothers suspected of planting bombs at the Boston Marathon fit a pattern of international terrorists but he is not sure if they were part of a larger group.
A South Florida woman waited 7 months to hear from her son serving in the Marines in Iraq. But when she took that phone call her employer — the Broward County School District — said she broke the rules.
The family of a U.S. Special Forces Commander are mourning the loss of their loved one after he died earlier this week in the service of his country.
Six members of the Miami based 841st Engineer Battalion/Task Force Hurricane who have spent the last ten months serving in Afghanistan are home for the holidays.