"I can visit with them," one veteran said of an Afghan family. "(But) if I were to give them any clothing or any money or any food, I could be arrested."
Fort McCoy is seeking winter clothes for the Afghan refugees staying at the base. Here's how to donate.
A group of Madison women amassed $8,000 and dozens of fabric bolts to donate to Afghan refugees so they can make their own clothing at Fort McCoy in Wisconsin.
Afghan evacuees at Fort McCoy are starting to receive the many donations of new and gently used clothing coming in from around the state.
Afghan refugees at Fort McCoy in Wisconsin are getting vaccinated against COVID-19, among other services being provided to the evacuees.
When he was in high school, Jacob Black felt he was being pulled down two career paths: medicine and the military.
UW-Madison's new director of University Health Services brings a national reputation to campus.
Results for the former plant showed that although slowly decreasing, unsafe levels of dinitrotoluene, or DNT, continue to be detected.
Elmer Henderson, a 94-year-old U.S. Army veteran, was surrounded by family and friends Sunday when he received the nine medals he earned in World War II, 72 years after he left the military.
Miriam Ben Shalom was a drill sergeant in the U.S. Army before being discharged for her sexual orientation; she was later the first LGBT serviceperson ever reinstated.
The training of Afghan security forces by American troops is now under the command of a Wisconsin native.
Copeland, 33, died in a head-on crash while on duty near Edgerton on Monday. A former Army Green Beret, he joined the McFarland force in 2013.
When the movie "Monuments Men" opens Friday, UW-Madison will be remembering its own contribution to the effort to find and save thousands of art treasures stolen during World War II.
Dan Bethards claims retaliation; DOJ says its actions are reasonable.'
An Army veteran who served in the Gulf War has been named Veterans Service officer for Dane County.
I’m a colonel in the U.S. Army, and next summer I will retire to teach high school social studies. My friends think I’m crazy, and they may have a point.
Flags will be flown at half-staff on Wednesday in honor of U.S. Army 1st Lt. Daren Hidalgo, 24, a former Wisconsin resident who was killed in Afghanistan on Feb. 20.