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Truck Driver Charged in Crash That Killed 7 from Marine Motorcycle Group
The driver of a truck in a collision that killed seven motorcyclists was charged with seven counts of negligent homicide.
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.
Inside Project Metropolis: Marines Prepare to Wage Big-City Battles
The four-year effort, known as Project Metropolis, is being led by the Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory in Quantico.
Marine Corps Relieves Hawaii Air Station Commander over Off-Duty Incident
Col. Nathaniel "Lips" Baker has been relieved of his duties following an investigation into an April off-duty incident.
Iran Chose To Take Out Drone Instead of Manned Navy Jet, lranian General Says
Iran claimed that it could have killed Americans by shooting down a P-8 Poseidon surveillance aircraft.
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U.S. Air Force Col. David Ashley, senior Materiel Leader from the Military Satellite Communications Directorate, discuss the relationship between.
Members of the 90th Missile Wing Security Forces Group come together to create a music video with the hopes.
A Chinook from the 50th Multi Roll Bridge Company (MRBC) out of Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri sling loads a.
Video showing the smoke trail left after a U.S. Global Hawk unmanned aerial vehicle was shot down over the.
Lawmakers Seek to Revoke Wounded Knee Medals for US Soldiers
Medals of Honor were given to 20 soldiers from the 7th Cavalry Regiment for participating in the December 29, 1890, massacre.
'We Have Circled the Wagons:' Army's New Boss Lays Out Way Ahead
The U.S. Army's new top official acknowledged that the service is undergoing very abrupt leadership changes.
'The Audie Murphy of His Generation:' Why David Bellavia's Medal of Honor Is Making History
The presentation of the MoH to an Iraq War vet has reignited discussion over why it took 16 years to select a living recipien...
What You Need to Know About the Blue Water Navy Benefits Law
The new law will fast-track disability compensation to eligible veterans.
After Decades of Fighting, the Blue Water Navy Benefits Bill Is Now a Law
H.R. 299 will extend disability compensation to military personnel who served off the coast of Vietnam.
Air Force News
Compressor Stall During Night Flight Led to Fatal T-38 Crash
The stall resulted in a loss of majority thrust from the right engine, causing the aircraft to roll to the right.
SpaceX Launches Hefty Rocket with 24 Satellites
It was the third flight of a Falcon Heavy rocket, but the first ordered by the military.
Fort Hamilton Airman, Two Small Kids Found Dead in Suspected Triple Homicide
Her husband was taken into custody while wandering the streets of Brooklyn.
Marine Corps News
Remains of 3 Marines Killed in December KC-130J Crash Identified
The three were killed Dec. 6 when an F/A-18 Hornet and KC-130J refueling tanker went down about 200 miles off Japan's coast.
Graves of 30 US Servicemen Found on Pacific WWII Battlefield
The remains are believed to belong to Marines and sailors from the 6th Marine Regiment.
Coast Guard News
Coast Guard to Pay for Moms on Duty to Ship Breast Milk
The benefit is part of a Coast Guard effort to attract and retain female service members.
Coast Guard Graduates Put Careers on Hold for Chance to Compete in Olympics
Two recent graduates of the Coast Guard Academy are putting their military careers on hold.
Key West-Based Coast Guard Crew Returns Home After Seizing More Than 18,000 Pounds of Drugs
The crew of the USCG Cutter Mohawk, with the help of partner agencies, were able to seize more than 16,500 pounds of cocaine.