Navy Seeks Review of Court Decision to Toss Marine's Sexual Assault Conviction
The case involved Master Sgt. Roberto Armendariz of Marine Wing Support Squadron 373 at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar.
Hundreds Receive Vaccinations after Soldiers Show Signs of Mumps in Italy
The response was done out of "an abundance of caution," said Maj. Chris Bradley, a 173rd Airborne Brigade spokesman.
Are Navy Submariners More Likely to Father Daughters? New Study Says No
A study has contradicted a widespread belief that submariners father more girls than do other servicemembers.
Navy Captain's Lust for Teenager Rightly Brought Him Prison Term, Court Rules
The court affirmed the verdict and prison sentence handed to Capt. Alan Dorrbecker at a court-martial in Norfolk, Va.
No Officer and Gentleman Would Write Such Obscenities, Appellate Court Agrees
Lt. Col. Scott Meakin was tried in a judge-alone court-martial in 2015.
‘A Talent for Trouble’: Woman Involved in Chat Scandal With General Shares Her Story
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'The American Dream Is Real': Once a Desperate Refugee, Now a US Army General
Brig. Gen. Lapthe Flora is deputy commander of US Army Africa and assistant adjutant general of the Virginia National Guard.
Sergeant on Trial on Charges Related to Allegedly Calling Soldier Fat
Sergeant first class pointed an unloaded pistol at one soldier, called another fat and touched the hair of a third, prosecuto...
US Army, Italian Law Enforcement Patrolling Vicenza After Incidents
The two-vehicle patrols are conducting random, late-night visits to popular night spots.
Military Frostbite, Cold-Weather Injuries Up with Little Explanation Why
The reasons for the jump in preventable injuries during what was a mild winter remain unclear.
Army Stops Autopsy, Takes Body of Dead Paratrooper from Italian Hospital
The removal of Sgt. Kevin Deon Connor's body from San Bortolo Hospital came after the Army claimed jurisdiction.
Former Marine Colonel Accused of Child Abuse Gets Prison Time in Plea
The former commander of the Marine Corps' Wounded Warrior Regiment was sentenced Tuesday to 18 months in prison.
Binge Eating, Other Disorders Up Among Service Members
Eating disorder diagnoses among military personnel are up 26 percent over a five-year period.
Air Force Could Face Record Lawsuits Over Mass Shooting
The Air Force faces millions in potential liability for the mass shooting at a small-town church in Texas, legal experts say.
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Navy Not Doing Enough to Evaluate Training Changes After Deadly Collisions: GAO
The Navy must change the way it evaluates SWO training as part of an ongoing push to prevent catastrophic ship collisions.
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He Was the Sole JTAC Supporting a Green Beret Team. Then Machine-Gun Fire Rained Down
Air Force Tech Sgt. Cody Smith doesn't believe he is "remarkable" or "special" in any way.
National Guard General Won’t Oust Whistleblower Until Probe Ends
Master Sgt. Jay Ellis triggered two federal investigations into sexual assault in his unit.
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Marine Corps' Plan for 1,500-Foot Sea Wall Raises Concern in Hawaii
The proposal comes amid statewide concern over rising sea levels and eroding beaches.
Marine Veteran Imprisoned in Iran Sues US for Withholding Victim Funds
Amir Hekmati was imprisoned and abused by Iranian authorities for years over accusations he was a spy.
Ruling Threatens Smuggling Cases Against Camp Pendleton Marines
Marine Corps prosecutors were scrambling Tuesday to save numerous cases tied to a human smuggling investigation.
Coast Guard News
Coast Guardsman Charged with Murder Released from Brig amid Change in Charges
Seaman Ethan W. Tucker was arrested August 28 after a Coast Guard investigation into the death of Seaman Ethan Kelch.
Coast Guard Moves Alabama Training After Swimmers Fall Ill
News outlets report training has been moved from Mobile Bay to the Gulf of Mexico.
Coast Guard Seizes Shocking $69 Million Worth of Cocaine from Drug-Running Sub
Video shows the crew of the Cutter Harriet Lane removing 5,000 pounds of cocaine from the semi-submersible vessel.