Meet CentCom's New Boss: Marine Gen. Kenneth McKenzie Jr. Takes Command
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Why Do So Many Medals of Honor Go to Irish Troops? Here's One Theory
Of the 3,515 Medals of Honor awarded, some 2,018 have gone to Irish-Americans.
Two Marines Who Met in a Burger Joint Celebrate Their 75th Wedding Anniversary
Staff Sgt. Ray Hill and Pfc. Dorothy Russell celebrated their diamond wedding anniversary on Feb. 23.
Man Tried to Ram SUV Through MacDill Air Force Base Gate, Police Say
The Security Forces Airmen who guard the gate disabled the vehicle and took Timothy Paul Yarbrough into custody.
MacDill AFB Penalizes Base Housing Operator over Mold
At least seven other families living in base housing at McDill Air Force Base have complained about mold.
Retired Marine Colonel Is 5th Vet Suicide at Bay Pines VA Campus Since 2013
Retired Marine Col. Jim Turner's death marked the fifth time since 2013 that a veteran has taken his life at Bay Pines.
VA Includes Florida Hospital in National Audit of Radiology Practices
Investigators are looking into allegations that officials at the James A. Haley Veterans' Hospital canceled radiology exams.
Twitter Storm Falsely Accuses Afghanistan Veteran of Having Nazi Tattoo
ICE is pushing back against a social media post implying that a combat-wounded veteran has a Nazi symbol tattooed on his arm....
When Military Training Falls Short: How to Re-enter Civilian Life
Legislation to expand TAP programs is being introduced by veterans with first-hand experience adapting to civilian life
Guardsman's Case Shows How Hard It Is to Spot Neo-Nazis in US Military
The issue remains a concern to hate-group watchers because of the high levels of training troops receive.
Air Force Blames Wrong Airport Landing on Fatigue
The crew of a military cargo jet landed at the wrong airport in Tampa in July, in part, because of fatigue, complacency and a...
Former SEAL Helps Ferret Out Fake Credentials
A jury convicted Petty Officer 2nd Class Daniel Wilt of rape, sodomy, assault, kidnapping, obstructing justice and other offe...
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Remains belonging to a soldier killed in the Korean War have been identified seven decades after he was declared missing.
Oklahoma Attorney General Asks Trump to Pardon US Soldier
Lt. Michael Behenna was convicted of unpremeditated murder in a combat zone after killing a suspected al-Qaida terrorist.
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USS Iowa: First Came the Explosion, Then the Cover-Up
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Navy and Air Force leaders told lawmakers that rising sea levels, fires and storms affect personnel at home as and at work.
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Secretive Patrick Air Force Base Lab Watches for Nuclear Explosions Worldwide
AFTAC is tasked with monitoring nuclear treaty compliance and any "nuclear surprises" from rogue nations or terrorists.
Air Force Experimenting with Two-Piece Flight Suits for Pilots, Aircrew
The U.S. Air Force is exploring the possibility of creating two-piece flight suits for all pilots and aircrew.
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Coast Guard Offloads Seized Drugs Worth $62.5 Million
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Attorney: Coast Guard Officer Is Not Facing Terrorism Charges
Christopher Hasson has remained in custody since his Feb. 15 arrest in Maryland on firearms and drug charges.