Parents and veterans advocates believe his death was caused by exposure to toxic smoke from giant burn pits in Iraq.
Renovated facility near EHOVE serves as home to 192nd quartermaster and area maintenance center.
Hearing loss is something this Cleveland-area man matter-of-factly accepts.
U.S. Army reservist returns after 11 months in Iraq, Syria and Kuwait.
During the American Civil War, the state of Ohio played a leading part.
Active-duty troops there will increase to about 4,350, Pentagon says.
Reports: Attack also killed more than a dozen civilians and Kurdish militia members.
XinHua Mesenburg died from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot while stationed at Andrews Joint Base.
Veterans suffering illnesses due to toxic exposure caused by burn pits.
Two-year project digitizes World War I collections from the Ohio History Connection archives.
“It’s kinda overwhelming that we are honored like this.”
Several Monroeville-area vets received Quilts of Honor.
Columnist found Carroll Hosbrook’s WWI letters — one from Armistice Day — in 1978.
Roots in Revolutionary War.
“When I retired, I was in full-time civilian law enforcement 49 years.”