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Why Is Guantanamo Seeking a Wheelchair-Accessible Three-Cell Compound?
Camp Echo has what Pentagon officials describe as "legacy issues."
Pentagon Shipping Jumbo Cell to Guantanamo Court for al-Qaida Trial from Bed
The Camp Justice sleepover plan represents a reversal in Guantanamo detention center policy.
New USS Cole Case Judge Quitting Military to Join Immigration Court
A military judge who was supposed to preside in the case has found a job in an immigration court, the second judge to do so.
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.
At Gitmo 9/11 Trial, Prosecutor Gives Lurid Details of CIA Prisons
A Sept. 11 trial prosecutor on Thursday read aloud ghastly descriptions of what the CIA did to its prisoners.
9/11 Trial Lawyers Find Mold in Top-secret Offices: Could it Snarl Gitmo Hearings?
Defense lawyers in the 9/11 case arrived at Guantanamo to find a mold infestation in their top-secret work spaces.
Alleged al-Qaida Commander Taken by Ambulance from Guantanamo War Court
An alleged al-Qaida commander recovering from five spine surgeries at Guantanamo made it to court and lasted just 30 minutes.
2 Guantanamo Detainees Refused to Leave, Now They're Stuck, Commander Says
Two detainees at the Guantanamo prison who were cleared for release during the Obama administration refused to cooperate.
Military Court Rules Against Accused USS Cole Bomber's Lawyers
The court also ruled that the chief defense counsel did not have the authority to let civilian lawyers quit the case.
Alleged al-Qaida War Criminal Recovering from Surgery Stalls Gitmo Hearing
An Iraqi captive held at Guantanamo failed to show up at a hearing, stalling progress toward the war crimes trial.
New 9/11 Trial Judge May Preside Less Than a Year
The 9/11 case's long-serving trial judge announced his retirement and assigned Marine Col. Keith Parrella to take over.
Mattis to Send US Navy Hospital Ship to Aid Venezuelan Migrants
The move to treat refugees overwhelming the Colombian medical system is the first U.S. military foray into the crisis.
New Air Force Colonel to Preside in Guantanamo's Stalled USS Cole Case
A new judge has been assigned to preside at Guantanamo's stalled trial of a Saudi man.
Behind Closed Doors, Gitmo Secret Court Talks about CIA, Torture, Rights
Details emerged from a review of partially declassified transcripts of Guantanamo's secret death-penalty case sessions.
Frustrated USS Cole Case Judge Retiring from Military Service
The military judge who ordered a Marine general to serve 21 days confinement in a Guantanamo trailer park is retiring.
Most Popular Military News
Navy to Change Pilot Call Sign Protocol After Minority Aviators Report Bias
The head of naval aviation has directed the creation of a new process for approving and reviewing pilots' call signs.
Thunder's End: Rolling Thunder to Mark Final Memorial Day Event This Weekend
This year's annual Rolling Thunder veterans tribute will be the last.
VA Ready to Roll Out Mission Act Program on June 6 But Expect Glitches: Officials
Officials say the benefits of a system giving veterans more say in their own health care outweigh any drawbacks.
Police Officer Killed in Line of Duty Was Father of 4 and Army Veteran
Kelvin Ansari left behind a wife and four children ranging in ages from 5 to 25. He had served 21 years in the Army.
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Pence Praises West Point Grads' Diversity, Touts Trump's Military Investment
The class was said to be the most diverse ever at the military academy in terms of both ethnicity and gender.
Soldier Seen Placing Flag at Tomb of Unknown Soldier During Torrential Rain
For the select few who saw this moment, it was jaw-dropping.
Army Taps Five Firms to Study How to Mount 30mm Cannons on Strykers
The U.S. Army recently selected five defense firms to participate in a design study for mounting a 30mm cannon on a Stryker.
WWII Researcher: Sea Wreck Must Be Plane of US MIA Pilot
It is the only American aircraft lost at that precise spot.
Navy: Sailor Contacted Russians, Pleads Guilty to Espionage
According to Navy court documents, Kellogg, 26, was in contact with Sevmash, Russia's largest shipbuilding enterprise.
Senate Committee's Defense Spending Plan Includes More Money for Amphibs
The Senate Armed Services Committee's budget plan would restore some funding for Navy warships that Marines say they need .
Air Force News
Utah-Based F-35A Squadron Deploys to US Base in Italy
Hill AFB officials said the squadron will participate in exercises and conduct training with other Europe-based aircraft.
More US Troops Are Deploying to the Middle East to Counter Iran
Shanahan announced the move Friday to "safeguard U.S. forces given the ongoing threat posed by Iranian forces."
Air Force Agrees to Reimburse West Virginia City for Chemical Cleanup
The Air Force has agreed to reimburse $4.9 million to the city of Martinsburg, West Virginia.
Marine Corps News
Russian Court Extends Arrest for Marine Veteran Accused of Spying
A Russian court on Friday extended the arrest for Paul Whelan, who complained in court about abuse in custody.
10-Day Tribute Run at Fort Gordon Honoring Fallen Marines, Sailors Concludes
During the closing ceremony, 1,500 dog tags that service members ran with hung on a cross.
Coast Guard News
Purple Hearts Finally Awarded to Coast Guard Crew Killed in World War I
The cutter Tampa was sunk by a U-boat torpedo in 1918, killing all 131 aboard.
Fleet Week Brings Navy, Marines and Coast Guard to New York
Nearly 3,000 members of the Navy, Marines and Coast Guard are expected in the city as part of the week-long affair.
Bolton: Coast Guard to Help Reassert US Leadership in Arctic
Bolton said the Coast Guard also will play an important role as the administration pressures Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua.