Four female patients from the VA were sexually assaulted by an Oceanside physician who was arrested, authorities say.
A Marine MP is accused of strangling a woman at a Camp Pendleton beach after she refused to have sex with him in a firetruck.
The Bonhomme Richard is back home in San Diego, more than six years after it left.
A sailor doing time at the Miramar brig sought to get out early but was rejected by a military court.
Four service men in Camp Pendleton's 1st Marine Logistics Group are facing serious criminal charges.
The Marine Corps will join forces with the Los Angeles Fire Department to conduct a controlled burn over 170 acres.
The Marines fired two top leaders of a Twentynine Palms unit on Monday.
The Navy fired the skipper of a guided-missile destroyer following allegations that he fraternized with a junior sailor.
The Navy commander's superiors lost confidence in her ability to effectively lead sailors and carry out her duties.
Rear Adm. Paul D. Pearigen is excited about what reforms for Navy medicine promise, especially for submariners.
The accused Marine's defense team focused on witnesses who said the death was caused by horseplay, not intentional murder.
A Navy admiral's decision to nix an investigation into a Bible in a "Missing Man" display did nothing to quash a controversy.
Fifty-one years since Philip Sauer died near Khe Sanh, his siblings accepted a posthumous Silver Star on his behalf.
Maj. Gen. Eric Smith will present to Philip Sauer's siblings a Silver Star medal awarded posthumously to their brother.
The second-phase operational testing of the Coastal Battlefield Reconnaissance and Analysis (COBRA) system is completed.
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Air Force gunsmiths completed delivery of an M4-style carbine designed to break down to fit under most pilot ejection seats.
A Marine recruit arrested for allegedly striking a drill instructor has spent most of the last two years in the brig.
The Bryants are speaking out to help other families who are falsely accused of child abuse.
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The Air Force saw a spike in aviation mishaps in fiscal 2018, which prompted various reviews across major commands.
The U.S. Air Force will fall short in its year-end production goal of reaching 1,480 pilots by the end of fiscal 2020.
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A pair of Coasties credited with saving lives were promoted by the Coast Guard's top officer as he announced new programs.
When the project started two years ago, the academy was the third largest consumer of energy within the Coast Guard.
The Coast Guard will continue to monitor the vessel until a new plan to move the ship is approved.