Balangiga bells returned to Philippines by US more than a century later

Three war-trophy church bells seized by U.S. troops more than a century ago were returned to the Philippines Tuesday morning. Two of the Bells of Balangiga, pictured, were at F.E. Warren Air Force Base in Cheyenne, Wyoming, and the third was with the U.S. Army in South Korea.

US Special Forces troops seek visas for family of heroic Iraqi interpreter

Several U.S. Special Forces troops have been petitioning for a special visa for the family of an heroic Iraqi interpreter killed in a 2007 suicide blast whose last words were, "Take care of my son. Take care of my wife," Stars and Stripes reported Thursday.

Family of deceased Iraqi man who helped US troops, awaiting immigration visa

Several U.S. Special Forces troops have been petitioning for a special visa for the family of an heroic Iraqi interpreter killed in a 2007 suicide blast whose last words were, "Take care of my son. Take care of my wife," Stars and Stripes reported Thursday.

North Korea returned 1 dog tag with 55 sets of soldier remains, US official says

North Korea last week returned 55 boxes said to contain the remains of U.S. service members who fought in the Korean War. But only a single dog tag was included in the delivery -- with no other information to help identify each individual, a U.S. defense official said Tuesday.