Female soldier finds danger, poverty, homesickness in Afghanistan.
AEA survey shows more confidence in military and relief agencies than other institutions.
A monument to the Sixteenth Street bombing victims offers the chance to share in “gratitude and reconciliation."
Ailing veteran and pioneering Marine receives an overdue honor.
But they wouldn’t object to better screening of gun purchasers, AEA poll concludes.
Soldiers revisit the site of a deadly domestic attack -- while justice waits.
After over 10,000 missions, the "Fourth Alabama" nears the end of its assignment.
State Guard units head to Kuwait and Cuba, another bound for Afghanistan.
Stan Musial, Ernie Banks, and America’s Pastime helped shape a childhood.
The Alabama National Guard knows the growing threat firsthand.
Alabama Guard commander says "Everybody's a soldier."
Alabama Guard unit bound for nine-month support mission.
The 128th left this weekend.
A writer recalls when the presence or absence of a gun meant the difference between life and death.
Tested Alabama Guard unit heading back into hotspots.