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Former Navy SEAL Rudy Boesch, Early Fan Favorite on 'Survivor,' Dies at 91
Boesch joined the Navy in 1944 and became one of the first SEALs in 1962.
Coast Guard Brings Haul of Seized Cocaine to San Diego
The estimated $350 million worth of cocaine was seized from vessels floating in the ocean from June to mid-July.
Coast Guard: Explosion and Fire Sink Commercial Fishing Boat in Alaska
According to officials, the explosion happened on a fixed barge and fire then spread to the pier.
Fox News Hosts Join John Rich on Country Song to Benefit Folds of Honor
"Shut Up About Politics" stands at No. 17 on the Hot country songs chart and No. 1 on the country digital song sales chart th...
Tillman's Widow: Don't Politicize Pat in Effort to Divide
Marie Tillman says that her husband's service "should never be politicized in a way that divides us."
Trump Announces American Freed from Captivity in Yemen
President Donald Trump announced that American citizen Danny Burch has been freed after 18 months of captivity in Yemen.
Sailor in Iconic V-J Day Times Square Kiss Photo Dies at 95
George Mendonsa, the ecstatic sailor shown kissing a woman in Times Square celebrating the end of World War II, died Sunday.
Tuskegee Airman John Lyle Dies at 98
World War II African-American fighter pilot John Lyle, a Tuskegee Airman, is dead at age 98.
Reports: 2 British Soldiers Wounded in ISIS Attack in Syria
A missile attack by ISIS in eastern Syria killed at least one Kurdish fighter and wounded two British soldiers.
Connecticut Commissioning Ceremony Set for Navy Submarine
USS South Dakota will be commissioned at the Navy base on Feb. 2 as the 17th Virginia-class submarine to join the fleet.
Bail Sought for Former Marine Held in Moscow for Alleged Spying
The defense lawyer for Paul Whelan said Thursday that he is trying to get the American released from the Moscow prison.
Soldier Charged with Murder After Wife's Body Found in Trash
Authorities say a soldier who flew from Colorado to Indiana and allegedly killed his wife, is now wanted for desertion.
NFL Honoring Military Service with November Campaign
The NFL began its "Salute to Service " campaign to honor the nation's military, veterans and their families.
Moving Company Says it Found Some of Military Family's Goods
A moving company says it found some furniture belonging to a Navy family and the search for the remainder is ongoing.
Russia Indefinitely Postpones Meeting on Afghan Peace Talks
Russia postponed indefinitely a meeting on the Afghan peace process planned for next week, Afghan officials said.
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Tricare Costs Changing in 2020
With the new year comes new insurance rates
Navy Changes Tour Lengths for 50,000 Sailors and Boosts Reenlistment Bonuses
20 ratings will have longer sea tours, 22 will see shorter sea tours and seven will have longer shore tours.
This Is the 2020 Veteran Disability Pay Raise
The official veteran disability pay raise rate increases are out -- but how much more will you get?
Criminal Cases Collapse in Alleged Marine Corps Human Smuggling and Drug Rings
The Marines' cases will be dealt with administratively, outside the military court system.
Navy Identifies Sailor Killed by Base Gate Runner
Master-at-Arms 3rd Class Oscar Jesus Temores, 23, was killed after a car crashed into his patrol vehicle at the base gate.
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Missing Black Hawk Helicopter Has Crashed, Minnesota Guard Confirms
The condition of the National Guard members aboard remains unclear.
Army Announces Deployments to Afghanistan, Korea for 2 Infantry Brigades
They're deploying this winter.
Police: Man Faked Being an Army Criminal Investigation Agent
Eric Kappesser had pleaded guilty in 2017 for impersonating an FBI agent in Delaware.
Sailor's Suicide Prompts Calls for Better Mental Health Treatment
The account of sailor Brandon Caserta’s suicide prompted calls to reform the military’s mental health policies.
Sailor Who Killed 2 and Himself at Pearl Harbor Identified
The shooter was identified Thursday as 22-year-old G. Romero.
Air Force News
Air Force Eyes Lifting More Flight Restrictions for Pregnant Pilots
Air Force pilots know what to expect when they're expecting: a whole lot of time on the ground.
Fired Air Force Academy Commandant Plans to File Complaint
The former commandant of cadets at the Air Force Academy plans to file a complaint over her firing earlier this year.
Air Force F-35 Simulator Will Let Pilots Fly in Formation, Talk to Other Aircraft
The U.S. Air Force will get its first F-35 Lightning II distributed mission training simulator system this spring.
Marine Corps News
Whistleblower Lawsuit Claims Defense Contractor Defrauded Pentagon of $1.3 Billion in MRAP Deal
The company is accused of vastly overcharging for components of vehicles used by troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Marine Arrested by US Border Patrol, Accused of Bringing Migrants Across Border
The Marine is being held in civilian custody. Border Patrol and the Naval Criminal Investigative Service are investigating.
Marine Vet Duncan Hunter Pleads Guilty in Campaign Finance Scandal
Former prosecutor Jason Forge said under the terms of the deal it’s likely Hunter will serve about a year in prison.
Coast Guard News
US Warship Seizes Suspected Iran Missile Parts Set for Yemen
A Navy warship has seized a "significant cache" of suspected Iranian guided missile parts headed to rebels in Yemen.
17 Migrants Rescued by Coast Guard After Trying to Enter US on Thanksgiving
Authorities removed 14 Haitian migrants and three Bahamian migrants.