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Navy Fires Commander, XO from USS Fitzgerald for Fatal Collision
by Richard Sisk
The commander of the destroyer USS Fitzgerald and the executive officer face non-judicial punishment over the deadly collision.
Meet the Man Who Deserted the US Army for North Korea in 1965
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Six American soldiers defected to North Korea after the Korean war. Most were unhappy in the Army; most had troubled pasts.
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The driver accused of ramming his vehicle into a crowd in Charlottesville served a brief stint in the U.S. Army.
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Mattis is known for having delivered some controversial quotes in the past, and he uttered yet another during a speech last week.
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by Brendan McGarry
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by Samuel King
After 41 years of service and 16 different Air Force aircraft maintained, now-Tech. Sgt. Wegeman said goodbye to the Blue.