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Retirees, VA Disability Recipients to Get Biggest Pay Raise Since 2012
by Jim Absher
Military retirees and those who receive disability checks will see a 2 percent pay raise in their monthly paychecks in 2018.
Chief Master Sergeant Pleads Guilty in Sexual Misconduct Case
by Oriana Pawlyk
A former 12th Air Force command chief master sergeant pleaded guilty to 17 Uniform Code of Military Justice charges.
Contractor Who Sold $19K Military Binoculars Gets 15 Months in Prison
by Scott Daugherty
A Navy contractor sold high-tech military-grade binoculars that had been stolen from a guided missile destroyer.
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.
Army Fires 2-Star General Amid Allegations of Improper Relationship
The Canadian Press
The Army has fired the two-star general who heads U.S. Army Africa amid allegations involving the wife of an enlisted soldier.
Opinion: Time to Change Names of Bases Honoring Confederate Traitors
Task & Purpose
by Derek Coy
"Not only does keeping "rebel" names on monuments and places normalize the disgusting beliefs they fought for, it fuels hatred..."
Possible Dig in Brooklyn for Troops Who Saved Washington
by Richard Sisk
A dig in Brooklyn could uncover the remains of the Maryland troops who saved Washington's army and the revolution.
Air Shows, Exhibits Mark Centennial of America's Entry into WWI
by Greg Norman
The sacrifices of those who served in WWI are being honored Thursday in an ongoing ceremony at the National World War I Museum.
Deadliest Battle in US History in a War That's Slipping from Memory
The Sun Herald
by Karen Nelson
Even history buffs are stumped by this one. What single battle in our military history killed more Americans than any other?
Memorial to 1st Black Marines Dedicated at Camp Lejeune
by Martha Waggoner
About 20,000 African-American men trained at the U.S. Marine Corps' segregated Montford Point camp from 1942 to 1949.