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Fort Bragg Postpones Discharge Hearing for Accused Shooter

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Fort Bragg has postponed a hearing set for Wednesday to determine whether Staff Sgt. Joshua Eisenhauer should be put out of the Army. Eisenhauer, 33, is accused of shooting at Fayetteville police and firefighters from his west Fayetteville apartment complex in January 2012. Eisenhauer's parents, Mark Eisenhauer and Dawn Erickson, contend that ... more

Fort Sam Houston Shooter Gets 20 Years in Prison

SAN ANTONIO -- A retired Army sergeant was sentenced Friday to 20 years in federal prison for shooting his estranged wife at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston last year. In a brief statement, Alvin Roundtree apologized to his then-wife, Army Capt. Mona McFadden, for the shooting on June 10, 2013, that led to a lockdown of the post and the... more

Trial of Woman Accused in Officer's 1977 Slaying Postponed Again


The trial date for a 78-year-old retired schoolteacher accused of killing her estranged husband more than 37 years ago has again been postponed. Lisbeth Garrett is charged with murder in the death of Fort Bliss Army Maj. Chester Garrett, whose body was found on Jan. 4, 1977, inside of his Volkswagen Beetle in a desert area in East El Paso Count... more

Korea Mayor Boycotts Concert After Alleged US Troop Assault

Members of the group "One Mind," perform at Camp Red Cloud, South Korea, on Sept. 3, 2014. (U.S. Army)

SEOUL, South Korea — The Uijeongbu mayor boycotted a friendship concert at Camp Red Cloud last week after a 2nd Infantry Division soldier allegedly assaulted a taxi driver. A second incident further exacerbated simmering resentment among local residents at what they see as a never-ending string of crimes by American soldiers, said a spo... more

Lawyers Ask Judge to Deny Jeffrey MacDonald's Attempt at New Trial

Government lawyers asked a judge Thursday to deny Jeffrey MacDonald's latest attempt at a new trial. In a response to the motion MacDonald's lawyers filed last month, U.S. attorneys argued a government report that discredits one of MacDonald's investigators is not new evidence and does not call into question the July judgment that denied MacDon... more

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