Military

TPR/NPR's coverage of Military and Veterans' issues. The Military Desk at Texas Public Radio is made possible in part by Champions A/C, Wayland, & Witte Museum's Portraits of Courage Exhibition.

For specific stories from the American Homefront Project, see also this special section, archived at this link.

Paul Flahive / Texas Public Radio

About 250 airmen attended a presentation at Joint Base Lackland’s Gateway Club, featuring the culmination of 21 months of work: The transfer of authority over the 24th Air Force from Air Force Space Command to Air Force Air Combat Command.


Under the Trump administration, the military is shifting its strategy back towards more traditional warfare.

Carson Frame / Texas Public Radio

Gov. Greg Abbott stopped in San Antonio Friday to address the American Legion Department of Texas at its 100th annual convention.

About 84,000 service members are married to another member of the military, and some find it hard to balance their marriages with their careers.

Congress mandated the card in 2015, but provided no funding. So the VA struck a deal with Office Depot.

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