The new director of the Missile Defense Agency Vice Admiral James Syring called the test an overall failure.
The United States’ only heavy icebreaker will soon be back in service after a four-year, $90 million renovation.
Yesterday during a House Oversight Committee hearing, Rep. Tammy Duckworth (D-Ill.), who lost her legs and use of her right arm when she served in Iraq, dressed down an IRS contractor who used his military disability status to receive government contracts reserved for disabled vets.
Women in America's armed services will have new options for what units they can join in coming years, the Pentagon says.
Some Thane and Douglas Island residents saw an unusual sight Thursday night: The ferry Matanuska sailing up Gastineau Channel.
Staff Sgt. Robert Bales, charged with the murder of 16 Afghan villagers in one of the worst atrocities of the American-led war in that country, will plead guilty as part of a deal to avoid the death penalty, his attorney told The Associated Press on Wednesday.
"Telemedicine" happens over a secure computer connection between the big VA hospital in Anchorage and hundreds of small clinics across Alaska.
The VA's assistant secretary for Public and Intergovernmental Affairs visited Alaska recently to look at what challenges rural veterans face in getting benefits, but it turns out that just finding them can be a challenge.
Small American flags and flowers decorate Juneau grave sites as families and friends observe Memorial Day at two locations in Juneau.
Memorial Day observances will start at 11 a.m. at Evergreen Cemetery in downtown Juneau and at the Alaska Memorial Park on Riverside Drive in Mendenhall Valley.