The Pentagon says one of two U.S soldiers killed in Afghanistan on Monday was a Grove City native.
Military investigators have concluded a "friendly fire" incident in Afghanistan that killed one Afghan and five U.S. soldiers in June was caused by a series of avoidable miscommunications among air and ground forces.
A relative says a 25-year-old soldier from Ohio was among five American troops killed in an airstrike in southern Afghanistan.
The state adjutant general's office says the mission for an Ohio Army National Guard unit deploying to Afghanistan will include helping to tear down military operating posts.
Funeral services are scheduled Saturday for former Preble County Sheriff's deputy Kurt Muncy.
The body of an Ohio man killed in Afghanistan last week has been returned to Preble County.
The Attorney for U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Robert Bales of Ohio says the Army's decision to seek the death penalty for a massacre in Afghanistan last March is irresponsible.
Nearly 200 Ohio National Guard troops returned to Central Ohio yesterday after a year of service in Afghanistan.
Nearly four-dozen Ohio National Guard medics returned home Thursday after serving a year in Afghanistan.
The Pentagon says a U.S. soldier from Ohio died Wednesday at the San Antonio hospital