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News Archives for Sep 29, 2017

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  • Marines with the 2nd Assault Amphibian Battalion await orders while conducting beach operations at Camp Lejeune. The Corps will graduate its first female assault amphibian officer on Oct. 3. (US Marine Corps photo)
    First Female Marine AAV Officer Set to Graduate Training
    Days after the Marine Corps welcomed its first female infantry officer, the service is set to mark another milestone.
  • Citizen-Soldiers from Army Aviation of the Puerto Rico National Guard, transported food and water to the municipality of Jayuya, P.R., Sept. 27, 2017. (Photo/ Sgt. José Ahiram Díaz-Ramos/PRNG-PAO)
    Calls for Military to Take Over Puerto Rico Relief as New Storm Looms
    The National Weather Service issued flash flood warnings for Puerto Rico in heavy rains predicted through the weekend.
  • Three generations of the Trescott family gathered April 21, 2017, at Arlington National Cemetery, to commemorate the new gravestone listing the Silver Star for the late Charles R. Trescott, a veteran of the Vietnam War. (Photo courtesy Bill Ivory)
    Commentary: A New Stone for Charley
    For the loved ones of one Navy officer, opportunity to carve an inscription provided the chance to revisit a life well lived.
  • VA Secretary David Shulkin listens to testimony during a Senate Committee on Veterans Affairs hearing on Wednesday, Sept. 27, 2017. (CARLOS BONGIOANNI/STARS AND STRIPES)
    VA Publicizes Shulkin’s Travel Schedule Amid Cabinet Spending Scrutiny
    The VA announced it will post Shulkin's itineraries of international and domestic trips, as well as who accompanies him.
  • In this photo taken Aug. 14, 2015, a U.S. flag flies at the U.S. embassy in Havana, Cuba. (AP Photo/Desmond Boylan)
    US Slashes Cuba Embassy Staff, Warns Americans Not to Visit
    WASHINGTON — The United States on Friday abruptly warned Americans not to visit Cuba and ordered more than half its Havana emba...