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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.
'War Is Wretched Beyond Description': Quotes by John McCain
He was at times bitingly funny, ruthlessly self-deprecating, and eloquently patriotic.
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Marines Test Nonlethal Mortar Round for Crowd Control
They may not be deadly, but some of the nonlethal weapons the Marine Corps is working on look pretty devastating.
Air Force to Institute New Fitness Requirements for Commanders
Starting next week, commanders will be expected to stay in shape, according to Chief of Staff Gen. David Goldfein.
This Tiny Thermal Weapons Optic with Red Dot Is Designed for Close Combat
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Army Redacts Report on Texas Training Accident That Killed 9
Eight soldiers and a West Point cadet died when their vehicle overturned while crossing a creek during a flash flood in 2016.
Soldier Accused of Giving Out Bomb-Making Instructions, Talking About Attacks
Pfc. Jarrett William Smith of Fort Riley faces up to 20 years in prison and a fine of up to $250,000 if convicted.
Fort Jackson Soldier Dies Preparing for Training Drill, Officials Say
Providence Hospital staff said the 18-year-old Army recruit's death was not heat-related.
Iran Vows to Lead Gulf Security, as US Sends More Troops
President Rouhani warned that the presence of foreign forces could cause problems for the world's "energy security."
Cost of Double-Lining Underground Fuel Storage Tanks Isn't Justified, Navy Says
The report notes that double-walling the tanks is expected to cost 10 times more than the current option.
Air Force News
'Col. Ned Stark' Sounds Off on Air Force Promotion System Overhaul
Col. Jason Lamb, took the stage before a packed audience of airmen with Lt. Gen. Brian Kelly.
About 75 People Gather at Area 51 Gate, 1 Person Arrested
The "Storm Area 51" invitation spawned festivals in the tiny Nevada towns of Rachel and Hiko nearest the military site.
For Air Force Drone Operators, Connection with Unmanned Aircraft Runs Deep
Air Force Col. Stephen Jones admits that having emotional ties to a drone may seem a bit strange to an outsider.
Marine Corps News
Former Top Enlisted Marine Warns Leaders to Watch Social Media Misbehavior
Green said leaders must stay plugged into what's happening on social media.
Marine Corps Finds Unprofessional Command Led to Fatal Midair Crash that Killed 6
A report found that inadequate training also contributed to a deadly refueling mission; four leaders were fired.
Coast Guard News
Judge Refuses to Toss Coast Guard Officer's Gun Charges
The ruling paves the way for Christopher Hasson to be tried on all four counts in his indictment.
Coast Guard Offloads 6 Tons of Cocaine, Worth About $435M
Four cutters intercepted a total of eight drug smuggling vessels in the Eastern Pacific Ocean over the past three months
Coast Guard Commander Charged with Importing Narcotics
According to a complaint, James Silcox III received three shipments of Tramadol to post-office boxes over the summer.