World War II veteran Vincent Shank, wearing a shirt reading “It took me 104 years to look this good,” was treated to a socially distanced drive-thru parade Saturday in Las Vegas.
The largest Veteran of Foreign Wars post in Nevada has struggled to make ends meet since the state’s bar regulations were enacted because of the pandemic. But officials hope for a turnaround once restrictions are lifted.
Retired Army Green Beret Lt. Col. James “Bo” Gritz, portrayed in an episode of the miniseries “Waco,” now lives a relatively quiet life in Southern Nevada.
Two Las Vegas veterans will be featured in the 2021 Pin-Ups for Vets calendar, which will raise money for hospitalized veterans.
A procession of cars from downtown Las Vegas to Las Vegas Boulevard on Wednesday morning celebrated the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II.
The parade, long billed as the “largest Veterans Day parade west of the Mississippi River,” has been canceled because it could not comply with state public gathering limits.
The move will make it much easier for thousands of military retirees, dependents and widows to access the no-cost medication to which they are entitled.
The deal would also further other aspects of U.S.-Polish cooperation, he added, citing primarily investment and trade ties.
The horrors of that fateful day “rested on his shoulder” for a lifetime, Nielsen told the Review-Journal in December. He died on Sunday, his daughter announced.
Nellis Air Force Base Master Sgt. Danielle Lynch lay in the bar parking lot unresponsive — eyes wide open — as the suspect in her assault climbed into his Cadillac and drove away, according to a newly released arrest report.
The amphibious vehicle sank in 385 feet of water as it headed back to a Navy ship after completing routine training, the military said.
During his 20 years in the Air Force, Terrance Kelly was awarded an “achievement medal” and a “commendation medal.” He now faces a murder charge.
Nellis Air Force Base is hosting Red Flag exercises this week and next amid the pandemic — but this time with only U.S. aircraft involved.
The videos show four dogs attacking a man, who is wearing a red Kaepernick football jersey over heavily padded gear as people stand nearby watching.