8th Army Looking into Complaint over Use of Bible during Military Ball
The 8th Army is looking into a complaint that the use of a Bible during a military ball violated a soldier's religious freedo...
N. Korea may have more plutonium than previously thought, experts say
Recent thermal images suggest the production of "an undetermined amount of plutonium" at North Korea's Yongbyon nuclear facil...
US Soldier Who Went AWOL Is Found on Crowded Street in Seoul
A U.S.-Korean patrol found an American soldier Thursday on a crowded street in Seoul, days after he disappeared from his base...
US, South Korea and Japan to Hold Anti-Missile Exercise
The U.S., South Korea and Japan will hold their first joint anti-missile exercises to better counter the threat from North Ko...
N. Korea's Leader: New Anti-aircraft Weapon Ready for Mass Production
Kim Jong Un reportedly watched the test of a new "anti-aircraft guided weapon system" and declared it a success.
Brooks Takes Command of US Forces in South Korea
The change of command came as the U.S. and its ally South Korea face unprecedented threats from the North.
North Korea 'Primed and Ready' for Nuclear Test, Images Show
New satellite images show North Korea preparing for a nuclear test, as President Trump says he won't rule out military action...
NKorea Missile Program May Be More Advanced than Previously Thought
Images of a submarine-launched missile shooting out of the sea and apparent preparations for a fifth nuclear test are raising...
North Korea Claims Success in Test of New Rocket Engine
The test occurred as Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was due to meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing.
US Warns North Korea of Strong Response to Another Nuclear Test
A senior U.S. diplomat warned Tuesday that America would respond strongly to a fifth nuclear test or any other provocations b...
Trump Administration Rejects 'Pivot' to Asia, At Least in Name
The "pivot" or "rebalance" -- as former President Obama's policy of deeper engagement was known -- has been put to rest.
Afghan Probe Begins in Attack on AP Journalists
Afghan central government authorities began questioning the police commander who killed an Associated Press photographer and...
South Korea's Impeachment Heralds Major Test for US Alliance
The ouster of South Korea's president ushers in an era of uncertainty for its longstanding alliance with the United States.
AP Photographer Killed, Reporter Wounded
An Afghan police commander opened fire in eastern Afghanistan, killing prize-winning photographer Anja Niedringhaus and wound...
Army Deploys More Than 100 MRAPs to South Korea
The Army is sending more than 100 Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicles to South Korea to boost troop protection capabilit...
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Marine Corps News
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HuffPost published a story about Campbell as part of a series of stories about domestic violence in the military.
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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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Three fishermen were rescued Tuesday night after the U.S. Coast Guard found their boat capsized near Coos Bay, Oregon.