Jacob Mirocke is settling in as the new director for the National Military Heritage Museum. One of his priorities is finding a way to incorporate technology to help tell the stories of our service men and women.
A computer class assignment aimed at writing letters gets responses from students' personal heroes, including the US President himself.
Gordon Plowman served in Vietnam in the late 1960s. His son says he has always thought his father was a hero, even as a family man at home.
Vincent Leone always knew he was going into the military. He was inspired by the service of his late grandfather
Two fallen Kansas Army National Guard members will be inducted into the Defense Intelligence Agency's Patriots Memorial today.
Volunteers for the American Red Cross are sometimes the first to arrive at a scene to help families impacted by disasters.
Eight years after Josh Munger was killed in Iraq, his family is still carrying on his patriotic love.
Members of the Marine Corps League are looking for a few good men to join their military brothers in service to the community.
Eddie Myers is one of three St. Joseph soldiers who died during the war in Iraq. His sacrifice continues to be honored years after his death.
Brandon and Chad Ness realized they wanted to serve their country at a young age, opting to join the military together.
One of a dedicated few: volunteers are working to rearrange and reorganize the massive amount of military artifacts found inside the National Military Heritage Museum.
Daniel Madinger continues his service to the military years after serving overseas.
A St. Joseph soldier continues service to military following in his family's footsteps.
Before recruits get shipped out to boot camp, they first must pass physical exams in their final moments of civilian life.
Airman First Class Camron Calloway humbled after earning Airman of the Year in short time.
Major Shawn Herron is going through Ft. Leavenworth's Command and General Staff College, known for producing alumni such as President Dwight Eisenhower, General Douglas MacArthur, and former Secretary of State Colin Powell.
It's a chance for new soldiers to test their strength and prove their might. The National Guard's Amazing Race event is not only a unique way to train, it's giving soldiers a crash course in what it's like to be enlisted.
Devin Wallingford, a sergeant in the U.S. Army, is currently serving a nine month deployment in Afghanistan.
Sergeant First Class Chad King still honored to put on his uniform every day even after an explosion puts him in danger.