Navy SEAL Pleads Not Guilty to Murdering Special Forces Staff Sgt. Logan Melgar
Chief Special Warfare Operator Tony E. DeDolph also requested a trial by a military jury.
Former SEAC Gave Product Endorsements, Used Staff As Personal Shoppers: Probe
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General Denies Request of Green Beret Pardoned by Trump to Regain Special Forces Tab
Following the pardon, Golsteyn's attorney filed paperwork to restore his Special Forces tab and Distinguished Service Cross.
Army Colonel Files Lawsuit Accusing Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Sexual Assault
Col. Kathryn A. Spletstoser is demanding a jury trial to determine how much money she should receive in compensation.
Army Defends Lt. Col. Vindman Days after His Commander-in-Chief Called Him a 'Never Trumper'
Trump has repeatedly accused him of having a political axe to grind by describing him as a "Never Trumper witness."
Military Working Dog Injured in the Baghdadi Raid Returns to Service
The dog, whose name is classified, had chased Baghdadi into a tunnel when the terrorist detonated a suicide vest.
Pentagon Official Overseeing Special Operations Resigns after 4 Months on the Job
Mark Mitchell is stepping down as the acting assistant defense secretary for special operations and low-intensity conflict.
Navy One-Star Admiral Fired amid Pending Investigation into Off-Duty Incident
Navy Rear Adm. Erik Ross was fired as commander of Expeditionary Strike Group 2 on Friday.
Navy Putting Physical Throttles on Destroyers After Touch-Screen System Contributed to Deadly Collision
Ten sailors aboard the McCain were killed when the destroyer turned into an oil tanker in the Singapore Strait.
Investigation to Look into Possibility That Marine Was Killed in Iraq by Friendly Fire
U.S. officials stressed that the investigation will look into all possible causes of death, not just friendly fire.
Congressman Claims Evidence Links Lyme Disease to US Military Bioweapons Research
Experts say they are skeptical of any link between U.S. military bioweapons research and the outbreak of Lyme disease.
Navy SEAL’s Fate Is Now in the Hands of the Service's Top Admiral
Adm. John Richardson will now make all decisions regarding sentencing for Special Warfare Operator 1st Class Eddie Gallagher.
Duncan Hunter Accused of Using Campaign Money to Finance Affairs with 5 Women
The Justice Department has accused Rep. Duncan Hunter of illegally using campaign funds to pay for extramarital affairs.
2 COs Reportedly Eligible for Promotion Even Though 4 Soldiers Died on Their Watch
U.S. Africa Command's investigation into the incident found serious problems with how their team was trained.
Trump Reportedly Preparing Pardons for SEAL, Green Beret Accused of Crimes
President Donald Trump could issue the pardons on Memorial Day, the New York Times is reporting.
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Esper will provide Naval Air Station Pensacola leadership with a preview of new security measures being developed.
Army IDs Green Beret Killed During Free Fall Training Exercise
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Air Force Two-Star Fired Amid Investigation into Misconduct Allegations
The investigation is ongoing.
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The Coast Guard will wrap up a study examining why minority service members are leaving its ranks.
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