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News Archives for Jun 15, 2017

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  • An entrance at Fort Carson, Colorado. (Defense Department photo)
    One Person Shot, Wounded at Fort Carson
    Fort Carson's public affairs office said officials did not believe a shooter was still active by late afternoon.
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    1st Service Member in 'Marines United' Probe Faces Court-Martial
    After months of investigations, the Marine Corps is getting ready to finalize charges against one service member.
  • In this June 9 photo, soldiers prepare for deployment on the outskirts of Marawi city, southern Philippines. The Philippine military says 13 of its marines have been killed in fighting with Muslim militants. (AP Photo/Aaron Favila)
    Terrorism Is on the Rise in Southeast Asia
    ISIS has lately been telling its fighters to go to Southeast Asia, but radical Islamic extremism has a long history in the region.
  • Peter Mims poses for a photo after being frocked to the rank of petty officer third class during a ceremony aboard the USS Shiloh May 25. (COURTESY PHOTO)
    Shiloh Sailor Believed Lost at Sea Found Alive on Ship
    A sailor believed to have fallen overboard off Okinawa a week ago has been found alive and on the ship, officials announced.
  • Recruits of November Company, 4th Recruit Training Battalion, run 1.5 miles during an initial strength test Sept. 16, 2016, on Parris Island, S.C. (U.S. Marine Corps photo/Cpl. Vanessa Austin)
    Services Use Vitamins, Nutrition to Boost Female Grunts' Performance
    Army officials were tasked with looking for ways to get the best performance out of female troops.