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Marines Investigating After Sgt. Maj. Died During Exercise
by Hope Hodge Seck
The senior enlisted adviser for 3rd Marine Logistics Group died in a non-combat incident March 19 in Pohang, South Korea.
Navy SEAL Charged with Kidnapping and Raping Fellow Sailor
by Brock Vergakis
A general court-martial is set to begin Tuesday for Chief Petty Officer Stephen Varanko III at Naval Station Norfolk.
After Marine Photo Scandal, Services Issue Social Media Guidelines
by Matthew Cox
U.S. military leaders sent out guidance to personnel about online conduct in the wake of a recent nude-photo sharing scandal.
3 US Soldiers Shot in Afghanistan 'Insider Attack'
by Lucas Tomlinson
Three U.S. soldiers were shot and wounded Sunday when an Afghan army soldier opened fire on them.
North Korea 'Burns' US Aircraft Carrier, Bomber in Propaganda Video
North Korea released a fiery propaganda video with scenes including troops blowing up a U.S. Navy aircraft carrier and bomber.
DOD Denies It Tried to Shelve Study That Found $125 Billion in Waste
Stars and Stripes
by Travis J. Tritten
The Defense Department denied it tried to quash a study that found it could save $125B in noncombat administrative programs.
White House Names Pick for Pentagon No. 2
by Richard Sisk
President Donald Trump on Thursday named a successor to Obama holdover Bob Work as the No. 2 civilian at the Pentagon.
After 2 Months, Mattis Is Only Trump Pick at Pentagon
by Robert Burns
Mattis and the White House have sparred over choices for key civilian positions that develop and implement defense policy.
Trump Orders Counterterrorism Expansion in Yemen
Tribune Washington Bureau
by By W.J. Hennigan
Trump's decision intends to reverse the largely unchecked expansion across southern Yemen of Al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula.
Pentagon Seeks to Expand Fight Against Extremists in Somalia
by Lolita C. Baldor
U.S special operations forces would be allowed to increase assistance to the Somali National Army in fighting al-Shabab militants.