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Man Accused of Killing Wife after Marine Corps Ball
A U.S. Marine is accused of killing his wife, also a Marine, following a military ball in Virginia.
Navy Disputes Claims USNS Trenton Was Slow to Respond to Migrants in Distress
Survivors contend that if the Trenton had acted sooner, more lives could have been saved, the Guardian reported.
US Analysts Locate Secret North Korean Missile Sites
U.S. analysts said Monday they have located more than half of an estimated 20 secret North Korean missile development sites.
Explosion in Kabul Targets Anti-Taliban Rally, Killing 3
It was not immediately clear if the blast in Kabul was from a bomb detonated by remote control or from a suicide bomber.
Supreme Court Justice Christens USNS Puerto Rico in Alabama
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor was on hand in Mobile, Alabama, to christen the USNS Puerto Rico.
US Plan for Destroying Chemical Weapons Clears Legal Hurdle
The Army's plan to change the way it destroys some chemical weapons stored in Colorado has met one regulatory requirement.
Legendary General Patton Hated Peace So Much, He Wrote a Poem About It
George S. Patton described the celebration at the end of World War I as the "cruel glee of the weak."
Slain Marine Vet Would Have Tried to Help Shooter if He Could, Friend Says
About an hour before he was killed, Marine veteran Dan Manrique was in a meeting with fellow veterans.
It's Official: Army Adopts Version of Pinks and Greens Uniform on Veterans Day
By 2028, the "Army Greens" will become the "everyday business-wear uniform for all soldiers."
World Leaders Gather in Paris a Century After World War I Armistice
Over 60 heads of state and government are taking part in a solemn ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Paris.
WW2 Veteran, Turning 100 Soon, Belts Out National Anthem Before NHL Game
Robert McClintock is a retired U.S. Army Air Corps lieutenant who will turn 100 years old on Monday.
Air Force Identifies Airman Stabbed to Death Outside Yokota Air Base
Master Sgt. Nicholas Vollweiler, 35, was stabbed to death with a knife at his home just outside Yokota's east gate.
Report: Pilot Error Cause of Deadly Military Plane Crash in Georgia
Nine airmen from the Puerto Rico National Guard died May 2 when a C-130 aircraft crashed shortly after takeoff.
Honor Flights Is in a Race Against Time to Bring World War II Vets to DC
VA estimates that, of the 16 million service members who served during WWII, roughly 500,000 are still alive today.
President Under Fire After Canceling WWI Cemetery Visit Due to Weather
The White House said the cancellation was due to "scheduling and logistical difficulties" caused by the rain.
Military Members, DoD Civilians Are Eligible for Free TSA Precheck
You can use it for personal travel too. Just be aware that you may make family members jealous.
Veteran Dan Crenshaw Visits 'SNL' to Demonstrate How to Take a Joke
Could thick skin and a sense of humor transform politics in America? It couldn't hurt.
The Wrestling/Military Connection Continues in 'The Marine 6: Close Quarters'
We've got an exclusive clip that features wrestling legends Shawn Michaels and Dave "The Miz" Mizanin.
Private Grant Gives Major Funding Boost for Handful of Military Nonprofits
Five nonprofits on Friday announced plans to expand their services thanks to a multimillion-dollar grant from transportation...