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Soldier to Plead Guilty in Trying to Help ISIS
A soldier based in Hawaii who is accused of pledging allegiance to ISIS planned to plead guilty Wednesday.
Soldier Who Pledged Allegiance to Islamic State to Plead Guilty in Terrorism Case
Sgt. 1st Class Ikaika Kang claimed he would be a suicide bomber and attack Schofield Barracks, an avidavit said.
Pearl Harbor Survivor Who Pushed to Identify 'Unknowns' Dies
Ray Emory lived through the early morning Japanese aerial bombing but never forgot those who didn't.
Report: Hawaii Wasn't Ready to Handle Missile Threat Alert
The state began testing alerts before fully developing a plan to address the ballistic missile threat.
US Soldier Planned to Join ISIS and Bomb Schofield Barracks: Feds
Ikaika Erik Kang hoped to join the terror group and become a suicide bomber, according to affidavits.
Missile-alert Mistake Feeds Doubts About a Real Emergency
Residents and tourists remained rattled after the mistaken alert was blasted out to cellphones across the Hawaiian Islands.
Siren Will Wail in Hawaii Test for Possible Nuclear Attack
Hawaii is dusting off a relic not heard on the islands since the end of the Cold War.
Teenage Passenger Dies after Pearl Harbor Helicopter Crash
A 16-year-old passenger died Monday after being injured last week in a Pearl Harbor helicopter crash, hospital officials said...
Prosecutor: Soldier Accused of Killing Wife Met Lover Online
The Army medic in Honolulu accused of conspiring with his lover to kill his wife met the other woman online, a federal prosec...
Soldier Accused of Conspiring to Kill Wife Pleads Not Guilty
An Army medic in Honolulu pleaded not guilty Thursday after a federal grand jury indictment charged him with conspiring with...
Army Medic Accused of Conspiring with Lover to Kill Wife
An Army medic is accused of conspiring with his lover to kill his wife in their Honolulu home and make it look like a burglar...
Air Force Apologizes for Waking up Oahu Residents with Jets
The Air Force apologized Tuesday for unexpected early morning noise from fighter jets roaring over Oahu.
Woman Pleads Guilty to Sending Prostitution Money to Navy Husband
A woman pleaded guilty Monday to sending her husband in New Jersey more than half a million dollars she earned working as a p...
Navy to Limit Some Training that Harms Whales in Pacific
The Navy agreed to limit its use of sonar training that harms whales, dolphins and other marine mammals off Hawaii and Califo...
Soldier Settles with Government Over Needles Found in Burger
A retired soldier's lawsuit over swallowing needles in a fast-food burger is settling for $50,000.
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Here's the New Marine Corps Weapon that Just Destroyed an Iranian Drone
The Marine Corps' Light Marine Air Defense Integrated System, known as LMADIS, jammed an Iranian drone.
Despite Opposition, Gamecocks Pick Retired General as School's Next President
The former superintendent of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point said he is honored to be named UCS's next president.
Navy Corpsman Bought 27 Lottery Tickets, Won 26 Times
He beat odds of 1 in 1.8 million with his latest win of $1 million.
Air Force NCO Behind Racist Online Video Separated from Service
Geraldine Lovely, who last served as a staff sergeant at Nellis Air Force Base, was separated from the Air Force on April 5.
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Soldier Restored to Ranger Hall of Fame
Sgt. 1st Class Wilton "Pappy" White was a pioneer in the Ranger world who would later become a legend among those troops.
Military Studies 'Hyperfit' Women who Pass Grueling Courses
Army medical researchers hope to uncover answers in a just-launched voluntary study.
Group Sues over Delay in Processing Benefit Claims for Blue Water Navy Vets
The organization is asking a federal judge to rescind a stay on claims processing.
Navy Identifies Sailor Lost at Sea from Carrier Lincoln
Aviation Electronics Technician 2nd Class Slayton Saldana was reported overboard July 17.
Air Force News
Lessons from F-35 Can Be Applied to Space Weapons, Retired General Says
Like the F-35, future national security equipment needs to be able to execute more than one mission.
Former Air Force Pilot Lands Plane in All 50 States
Ronald Davis' recent flight in Hawaii represented the culmination of a 63-year journey to land a plane in all 50 states.
Marine Corps News
Former SecNav Applauds Marine Commandant's Call for 1-Year Maternity Leave
Ray Mabus, who served as Navy secretary from 2009 to 2017, said a revamped military parental-leave policy is long overdue.
These Marines Are Becoming Crack Shots Thanks to Robot Targets that Move Like Humans
The new targets can charge, move in unexpected directions, respond when engaged and even shout in a foreign language.
Coast Guard News
Coast Guard Cutter Provides World War II Aviator with Final Sendoff
His memorial service took place on board the Coast Guard cutter Oliver Berry.
Here's How the US Coast Guard Helped Put El Chapo Away for Life
Drug interdictions by the service played a role in convicting the kingpin.
Barry Drenches Gulf Coast, but Initially Spares New Orleans
Coast Guard helicopters rescued a dozen people and two pets from flooded areas of Terrebonne Parish, south of New Orleans.