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Upcoming Tricare Change Could Hurt Families
by Amy Bushatz
New rules passed by Congress in 2016 require families to go through an "open enrollment" period each year for Tricare Standard.
House Passes New 'Forever' GI Bill
by Richard Sisk
The new "Forever" GI Bill passed in the House by a vote of 405-0.
12 US Paratroopers Hospitalized After Night Jump in Romania
Officials say 12 U.S. paratroopers have been hospitalized after they sustained injuries during a parachute jump in Romania.
The Navy’s Railgun Will Get Faster, More Powerful This Summer
Developers work to increase the number of shots the railgun can fire per minute and the power behind the system.
Investigation Faults Navy in Fitzgerald Collision: Report
by Hope Hodge Seck
The report, which cited two unnamed Navy officials, said investigators have found the crew committed "multiple errors,"
1D Singer Harry Styles Takes Acting Plunge in WWII Drama
by Stephen Schaefer
The former One Direction member plays a supporting role in director Christopher Nolan's epic new movie "Dunkirk."
Christopher Nolan Girds for Box Office Battle With WWII 'Dunkirk'
The Los Angeles Times
by Josh Rottenberg
The director of the Dark Knight trilogy returns with a different vision of what a war movie should look like.
Men Who Stopped Train Attack to Star in Clint Eastwood Film
Airman 1st Class Spencer Stone and Oregon National Guardsman Alek Skarlatos will star in Eastwood's movie "The 15:17 to Paris."
Film Spotlights Holocaust Survivor's Search for US Soldier
by Philip Marcelo
Steve Ross searched decades for the soldier who had comforted and fed him during the Dachau concentration camp liberation in 1945.
War-Movie Adviser Looks to Troops, Vets to Fund His Directorial Debut
Stars and Stripes
by MATTHEW M. BURKE
Marine veteran and movie legend Dale Dye wants to make "No Better Place to Die," a D-Day movie about 82nd Airborne paratroopers.