U.S. military

Joseph Koopman

Man killed in rollover crash was Army vet, father-of-3 girls

Joseph Koopman died in a rollover crash in southwest Minnesota on May 17.

U.S. Marine from MN killed while on duty in Washington, D.C.

The Marine died from a gunshot wound that was not self-inflicted.

Navy sailor from Stillwater missing in Connecticut

The 24 year old hasn't been seen since Apr. 17.

Donate your extra Halloween candy to local veterans

Do something sweet with that mountain of sugar.

Women veterans asked to share their stories for the 'I Am Not Invisible' campaign

The 'I Am Not Invisible' campaign will shine a spotlight on female veterans, whose experiences and contributions are often overlooked.

Meet the Minnesotan speaking out about being trans in the military

Capt. Robertson says there are a lot of misconceptions about being trans in the military.

73 years later, a World War II soldier is awarded his medals

His remains are headed home after they were identified in an unmarked grave.

73 years later, a World War II soldier is awarded his medals

His remains are headed home after they were identified in an unmarked grave.

A tiny Minnesota town is getting its war hero back

There'll be a funeral for him more than 75 years after he died.

A tiny Minnesota town is getting its war hero back

There'll be a funeral for him more than 75 years after he died.

Fort Snelling needs help to cover the cemetery with flags this Memorial Day

Their goal is to place a flag on every single veteran grave in the cemetery.

Fort Snelling needs help to cover the cemetery with flags this Memorial Day

Their goal is to place a flag on every single veteran grave in the cemetery.

4 MN companies named among the best for military veterans

The list looks at how companies support veterans and military reserve members.

4 MN companies named among the best for military veterans

The list looks at how companies support veterans and military reserve members.

U.S. service member killed in Somalia for the first time in over 20 years

It's the first U.S. combat death in the African country since 1993's “Black Hawk Down" catastrophe.

Coming soon to Belle Plaine's Veterans Memorial Park ... a satanic monument

It's claimed to be the first public satanic monument in the world.

Here's how Minnesota lawmakers are responding to Trump's Syria missile strike

There's a running theme of "something needs to be done about Assad, but ask Congress first."

Tensions rise after U.S. missile strike on Syrian airbase

The Syrian military said the strike late Thursday evening killed at least nine people, though the U.S. says it targeted an airbase, not civilians.

Southwest MN officially has 0 homeless veterans

It's only the 40th community in the whole country to do that – the first in Minnesota.

Help build a beer-amid for the troops this weekend

Every beer you buy helps support military families in Minnesota.