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News Archives for Sep 1, 2017

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  • Sgt. Lucy Bello, administration NCO at Marine Corps University, models the new Marine Corps enlisted coat at Henderson Hall on April  17. (Pentagram photo/Delonte Harrod)
    Four Years In, Marines Still Developing New Female Dress Blues Coat
    The service is wrapping up a survey that solicits feedback from female Marines on changes to a modified dress blues coat.
  • Soldiers from the 36th Engineer Brigade from Fort Hood load boxes of Meals-Ready-to-Eat into an Red Cross Emergency Response Vehicle in support of relief operations for Hurricane Harvey victims in Beaumont, Texas, Sep. 1. (U.S. Army/ Spc. Liem Huynh)
    Military Response in High Gear as Texas Floodwaters Recede
    The one-line order from Defense Secretary Jim Mattis was: "Texas gets everything they need."
  • Three Mobile Vet Centers have been operating in the Texas storms. (Photo:
    VA Dispatches Mobile Clinics to Texas for Harvey Relief Efforts
    President Donald Trump retweeted a photo of a Mobile Vet Center operating in Texas.
  • FILE -- Maj. Gen. Joseph Harrington, commander of U.S. Army Africa, center, at a peacekeeping demonstration at the African Land Forces Summit in Lilongwe, Malawi, on May 9, 2017. (NANCY MONTGOMERY/STARS AND STRIPES)
    US Army Africa Commander Suspended Amid Investigation into Texts
    An Investigator General probe began just as USA Today reported the story late Thursday.
  • Soldier holds a stack of cash. (Photo Credit: C. Todd Lopez/U.S. Army)
    Military Lodging Reimbursement Going Up for Fiscal 2018
    The standard continental U.S. rate is going up from $91 to $93, officials with the General Services Administration said.