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News Archives for Jul 12, 2017

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  • U.S. Navy sailors display their Dominance Warfare Specialist devices at Camp Lemonnier, Djibouti, October 29, 2011. (Air Force/Airman Jarad A Denton	)
    China Opens First Overseas Military Base -- Next Door to US Camp
    China has begun the process of putting troops next door to a key U.S. military base on the Horn of Africa.
  • A door lies on the ground at the scene of an explosion at an Air Force recruiting office in Bixby, Okla., Tuesday, July 11, 2017, after an explosion Monday night. (Mike Simons//Tulsa World via AP)
    Former Airman Charged in Oklahoma Bombing 'Turned to Hate': Prosecutor
    Rejected and out of work, authorities said, the decorated former airman harbored a grudge against the Air Force.
  • Park ranger Zac O'Neal collects park fees from visitors on his first day back to work at the entrance to Zion National Park on October 12, 2013 in Springdale, Utah. (David Becker/Getty Images)
    National Parks Pass Price for Senior Retirees to Skyrocket
    Military retirees and other seniors over age 62 will soon have to pay more for lifetime passes to U.S. National Parks.
  • FILE - In this April 8, 2017 file photo provided by the U.S. Navy, the USS Gerald R. Ford embarks on the first of its sea trials to test various systems on its own power for the first time, from Newport News, Va. (Mass Specialist
    Trump to Commission Carrier after Criticizing New Technology
    President Donald Trump will preside over the commissioning of the nation's newest aircraft carrier.
  • Navy Dive School class in training, pictured here. (Courtesy of Tenley Lozano)
    Drown Proofing, Khaki Shorts; Some Things at Dive School Don't Change
    Tenley Lozano jumped at the chance to become a Coast Guard diver, proudly passing the tests every prospective diver undergoes.