'Halloween Every Day': Judge Scolds Military Impersonator
A judge wanted to know why a man used an Army general's uniform to fool others, asking if "it was like Halloween every day."
Man Will Admit to Impersonating General for Helicopter Ride
A man accused of landing a chartered helicopter plans to plead guilty to impersonating a three-star Army general.
With Focus on Healing, Navy SEAL Memoir Upends Macho Cliches
Retired Navy SEAL James Hatch was adamant about avoiding "Action Man" cliches in his new memoir.
Military's Iconic SKILCRAFT Pen, Made by Blind People, Turns 50
National Industries for the Blind traces the pen's history to April 20, 1968, when it was introduced to government buyers.
Feds: Military Impersonator Used Helicopter to Impress Woman
Christin Desgroux pretended to be a three-star Army general and landed at a technology company.
Psychiatrist: Bergdahl Mental Disorder Factored in Desertion
Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl's difficult childhood and washout from Coast Guard boot camp stoked serious psychiatric disorders tha...
Agents: Bergdahl Debriefs Were Intelligence 'Gold Mine'
Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl was a "gold mine" of intelligence, helping the military better understand insurgents and how they imp...
Bergdahl Judge Weighed Complex Leniency Factors
Army Col. Jeffery Nance didn't explain how he formulated a sentence that included dishonorable discharge and reduction in ran...
Army General Testifies No One Swayed Him in Bergdahl Case
Gen. Abrams, the four-star head of U.S. Army Forces Command, found himself in the unusual position of defending his objectivi...
Trial Set after Vanishing Marine Request is Denied
A judge has declined a request for a new hearing on evidence against a U.S. Marine accused of deserting his unit a decade ago...
Judge Rejects Bergdahl Request for White House Meeting Info
A judge ruled that prosecutors don't have to turn over more info about conversations one of them had with the administration.
Prosecutors: McCain Comments Shouldn't Derail Bergdahl Trial
The arguments came at a pretrial hearing on defense allegations of "impermissible meddling" by McCain.
Report Sees Flaws in Case Against Vanishing Marine
Prosecutors could have a difficult time proving the desertion case against a Lebanese-born U.S. Marine who vanished from his...
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Former Air Force Chaplain Receives 30 Years for Molesting Altar Boy in 1990s
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