A former submarine commander who faked his death to end an extramarital affair knows he made a terrible mistake and has apologized, and the Navy shouldn’t throw away his talent and training, his lawyer said Friday at a hearing to determine whether he will be expelled from the service.
Hartford Stage Company is one of a group of theaters around the country intaking part in a program to offer free and discounted tickets to veterans and military families.
Our economy is on a slow recovery – slower than anyone wants. But the lack of serious discussion about national security and the world we live in is troubling.
Yale University has agreed to welcome the Air Force ROTC back to its campus.
A Greenwich man accused of pretending to be a wounded military veteran says he plans to pay back the $1,200 he received in donations to pay for medical expenses.
Connecticut legislators are being asked to let local school boards grant high school diplomas to veterans who left school to serve in the Korean conflict.
A 99-year-old Connecticut man who won a lengthy fight for more than $34,000 in retroactive military pension benefits.
Connecticut Senator Joe Lieberman is reportedly one of the political leaders targeted by an army unit trained in “psychological operations” trying to get more money and troope
WASHINGTON (AP) – Some Senate Democrats are pressuring Majority Leader Harry Reid to strike a deal with Republicans to aid passage of a bill that would let gays serve openly in the military. A dozen […]
Absentee ballots for the November 2 election are available to Connecticut residents serving in the military. Secretary of the State Susan Bysiewicz and National Guard Adjutant General, Major Genmeral Thad Martin say they want to […]