Paintball allows civilians who are interested in military-style combat to safely participate and learn tactics.
Glock 22 joins the 223-caliber Smith & Wesson AR-15 rifle and the 12-gauge Mossberg pump-action shotgun as Chickamauga PD's standard issue firearms.
National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day is an opportunity for all in our nation to show there support for those that wear blue.
Money and manpower are both being saved with the US Air Force's new deicing simulator.
Alaska law enforcement officers are defining the new recreational marijuana laws in the state before the Feb. 24 legalization.
Andrew Seif, who was named "Marine of the Year" by the USO in 2013, will receive the Silver Star for his actions in Afghanistan in 2012.
A total of more than $8.8 million was awarded in last year by the Army Emergency Relief (AER) through 3,637 scholarships.
Cost of body cameras viewed as an initial issue as Avon Lake Police Department continues testing in the field through 2015.
Ammo troops in Southwest Asia have started building bombs to support the war against Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).
One month after purchasing 7,000 body cameras from TASER International, the LAPD is now adding 3,130 X26P Smart Weapons.
More than 38 percent of Bobby Henline's body was burnt during a roadside bomb in Iraq in 2007, but his injuries haven't stopped Henline from helping people.
There are plenty of ways to support police officers around the country on Jan. 9 for National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day.