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WWI Signal Corps Women Could Be Recognized With Highest Civilian Award
Women essential in connecting troops to allied forces during World War I could receive Congress' highest civilian award.
Fort Bragg Soldiers Return from Afghanistan
Paratroopers from the 82nd Airborne Division's 1st Brigade Combat Team arrived home from a deployment to Afghanistan.
Voting Absentee: Study Targets Challenges Troops Face
Survey by nonpartisan groups will be shared with Secretaries of States nationwide to improve voter access for absentees
Jump Policy Update Ensures Paratroopers Maintain Hazardous-Duty Pay
The change will allow paratroopers to keep pay when circumstances out of their control prevent them from performing jumps.
6 Bragg Women Become First in Army to Earn Expert Infantryman Badge
Women quietly broke through barriers when they became the first in the Army to earn the prestigious Expert Infantryman Badge.
Soldiers Across Fort Bragg Train for Short-Notice Deployments
The sheer power of multiple units to organize and deploy on short notice should reassure allies and deter potential enemies.
Fort Bragg's Wounded Warriors Compete in Warrior Games Trials
This week, 11 of Fort Bragg's wounded warriors and veterans are competing in the local Warrior Games trials.
Bergdahl Lawyers Want Second Forensic Psychiatrist
Lawyers for alleged deserter Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl want to even the playing field by hiring a second forensic psychiatrist.
Army Sergeant Recognized for Rescuing Man
Just minutes before a car became engulfed by intense flames, a combat engineer who has deployed to Afghanistan four times dra...
Airmen Missing in Action to Be Honored in New Memorial
For six days, Maj. Leonard Clark and five other airmen drifted in the Pacific Ocean as the sun beat down on their bruised bod...
Bergdahl Lawyers Want Abrams Tossed as Convening Authority
The lawyers want an officer who has not had previous involvement in Bergdahl's case to make a fresh decision on disposition.
Experts Equip Soldiers to Overcome Adversity at Fort Bragg
Experts from some of the Army's most valuable quality-of-life programs came together last week to brief soldiers on resources...
Bergdahl's Lawyers Pursue Prosecutor Emails with White House
Lawyers for alleged deserter Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl are pursuing uncensored copies of emails.
Fort Bragg Tests New Kitchen Uniforms
The culinary specialists cooking up hot meals for soldiers across Fort Bragg will get a new look next spring.
Rising Use of Opioid Painkillers May Lead Soldiers, Vets to Heroin
Twenty-four year-old Aaron Nowiski died alone, on his bed next to two bags of heroin.
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2 Veterans Dead After Plane Crashes in Texas, Officials Say
The vintage P-51D Mustang fighter crashed into an apartment complex but no one on the ground was injured.
US to Expand Pacific Base in Bid to Stop China’s Growing Influence
The move is clearly aimed at sending a signal to Beijing and its increased its military presence in the South China Sea.
Fathers of 3 Green Berets Killed in Jordan File Lawsuit Alleging Cover-Up
The fathers of three U.S. troops killed in Jordan compared the deaths of their sons to the murder of Jamal Khashoggi.
SEALs, Marines Charged in Strangling Murder of Green Beret in Mali
The charges against the four individuals were finalized yesterday, according to a release from Navy Region Mid-Atlantic.
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Brown Jump Boots, Ike Jacket May Be in the Works for New Army Greens
The U.S. Army is considering having paratroopers in airborne units wear World War II-style brown jump boots.
Remains of US Soldier Killed in Korean War Identified
When the Korean War started, Martin was a private first-class serving in a medical detachment in Army's 7th Division.
Soldiers to Get New Greens Uniform in 2020 After Army Finalizes Design
The Army plans to begin issuing its newly announced Army Greens to new soldiers beginning in summer 2020.
USS Sioux City Commissioned in Annapolis in Front of 4,000 People
It's been more than four years since construction began on the USS Sioux City.
Air Force News
Skinny Space Force? Budget Analyst Says a $3 Billion Service Is Possible
"The added cost is a handful of F-35s," think tank analyst Todd Harrison said.
War Court Judge Pursued Immigration Job While Presiding over USS Cole Case
Air Force Col. Vance Spath was presiding in the USS Cole tribunal and was looking for a way out.
Report Blames F-22 Belly Skid on Human Error
Investigators attributed the accident largely to human error with a number of factors at play.
Marine Corps News
Ex-Marine Gunman's Life Was Both Unremarkable and Troubled
Ian David Long enlisted in the Marines out of high school and married at 19. Within five years, he was honorably discharged.
First Class of Female Marine Recruits Graduates in New Dress Blues
After years of development, the Marines' new female dress blue uniform is here and available to the Corps' newest members.
Coast Guard News
Multi-agency Drug Sweep Nets 49 Arrests, $500M in Cocaine: Coast Guard
The Coast Guard seized 226 tons of cocaine last year and brought in 708 suspected drug smugglers.
$500 Million of Cocaine Seized by Coast Guard Delivered to Port Everglades
The U.S. Coast Guard unloaded about 18.5 tons of cocaine, seized in international waters in a series of interdictions.
Senate OKs Coast Guard Bill with Ballast Water Compromise
The plan, part of a $10.6 billion Coast Guard budget authorization bill, includes provisions sought by environmentalists.