Turkish Lawyers Seek Arrest of US Service Members on Incirlik Air Base
Pro-government lawyers in Turkey have filed charges against several U.S. officers associated with Incirlik Air Base.
Contractor Settles for $9.1M after Providing Defective Earplugs for Troops
A contractor has agreed to pay $9.1 million to the U.S. government for selling defective earplugs issued to deployed troops.
Landstuhl Hospital Commander Reinstated after Investigation
An investigation determined that all of the complaints against Col. Timothy Hudson were baseless.
Chinese Smartphones Cited as Security Risk Sold on US Bases
The Huawei phones could be used to gather sensitive information, according to U.S. intelligence agencies.
Landstuhl Hospital Commander Suspended Amid Investigation
The Army suspended the commander of Landstuhl Regional Medical Center on Tuesday, pending the outcome of an investigation.
Legionella Bacteria at Landstuhl Military Hospital Closes Areas
The bacteria that causes Legionnaires' disease was found in two areas of Landstuhl Regional Medical Center.
Legionella Bacteria in Baumholder Housing Forces Decontamination
No one has tested positive for Legionnaires' disease, but the health threat forced GIs to leave their barracks to shower.
Europe Program Offers VA Jobs to Separating Service Members
The pilot program allows service members across Europe to train for jobs as service representatives or disability raters.
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Naval Academy's Cybersecurity Program Receives Accreditation
The U.S. Naval Academy's cyber operations program has been formally accredited.
Air Force News
Boeing Wins Air Force Contract to Replace UH-1N Huey Helicopters
The U.S. Air Force has picked Boeing to build the replacement for its UH-1N Huey at a cost of approximately $2.38 billion.
Air Force to Debut New OCP Uniform on Oct. 1
The U.S. Air Force is on track to begin distributing its new Operational Camouflage Pattern uniform beginning Oct. 1.
Air Force Refueling Mission Over Horn of Africa Holds Steady
As of Aug. 31, Air Force tankers had conducted 2,919 sorties and offloaded 92.3 million pounds of fuel to coalition fighters.
Marine Corps News
New Regs Mean Marines Will Have a Harder Time Passing Fitness Tests Next Year
Marines will face several new standards next year that will make it harder to pass their physical and combat fitness tests....
Marine Found Guilty of Stealing from Toys for Tots Will Serve Almost 3 Years
A former Marine who used his position as a Toys for Tots coordinator to make payments to himself will serve 33 months.
3 Marines Killed in Vietnam War to Be Buried at Arlington
The Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency announced Friday that the remains of the three men will be buried as a group.
Coast Guard News
Coast Guard Members Talk About Being a Rescue Swimmer
Rescue swimmers are a critical part of the response effort to hurricanes, flying around in helicopters in search of people.
Paddlers Sue Coast Guard over Limited Potomac Access While Trump Golfs
Paddlers are suing the Coast Guard in response to a policy that closes part of the Potomac River when the president golfs.
Coast Guard Academy Officials Say Air Conditioning Caused Mold in Dorms
Mold is growing in several rooms in Chase Hall, the main residence hall on the Coast Guard Academy's campus.