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Airman Who Went Missing in 1977 Found Living Double Life in Florida
An Airman who disappeared 40 years ago is in custody of the U.S. Air Force after he was discovered last week living in Florida.
Army Eyeing 6.5mm for Its Future Battle Rifle
The Army chief of staff says future soldiers will be armed with weapons capable of delivering far greater lethality than ones.
Family of Slain Sergeant Says Trump Showed 'Disrespect'
by Calvin Woodward, Jonathan Lemire
Trump, engulfed in controversy over the appropriate way for presidents to show compassion for slain troops, disputed the account.
Marine Colonel on Joint Staff Busted in Prostitution Sting
by Hope Hodge Seck
A prostitution and human trafficking sting in Florida resulted in the arrest of a Marine colonel assigned to the Joint Staff.
Last C-130H Leaves Air Force's Active-Duty Inventory
The Air Force said farewell to its last C-130H active-duty squadron in Japan.
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Pearl Harbor Shipyard Is Navy's Most Backlogged
The Honolulu Star-Advertiser
by William Cole
The Navy's four public shipyards, including Pearl Harbor, whose oldest dry dock was built in 1919, are in poor condition.
Army Weapons Tests on the Fly in Effort to Win Race Against Russia
by Oriana Pawlyk
The Army's 2nd Cavalry Regiment is field testing systems as the service tries to stay ahead of Russia.
2 Navy Ships Ready Off Gulf Coast For Potential Hurricane Nate Relief
by Richard Sisk
The Navy had two ships off the Gulf Coast for potential Hurricane Nate relief.
Crews Aboard USS Kearsarge Get a Day to Reset in Puerto Rico
by Courtney Mabeus
Navy and Marine Corps helicopter squadrons aboard the USS Kearsarge mostly paused Thursday to take a collective breath.