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University of Hawaii Lab Forges Ahead with $77.2M in Navy Funding
UH's Navy-sponsored lab is one of 13 university-affiliated research centers within the Defense Department.
Former USS Chafee Commander Censured in 'Fat Leonard' Corruption Case
A former commander of the Pearl Harbor destroyer USS Chafee received a scathing censure from the secretary of the Navy.
19 Army AH-64 Apache Helicopters Circle Oahu in Rare Flyover
An Army AH-64 Apache unit at Wheeler Army Airfield made some history -- and gained a lot of attention from the shore.
Younger Okinawans Are More Tolerant of US Military Presence, Study Finds
Approximately 54,000 U.S. personnel are stationed in Japan, with about half of those on Okinawa.
Hawaii Military Plans for Space Defense Race
The Defense Department already tracks over 20,000 objects in space, and that number is expected to increase dramatically.
Nonprofits Keep USS Arizona Memorial Open During Government Shutdown
Four Pearl Harbor nonprofits are shelling out about $18,000 a day to keep the USS Arizona Memorial visitor center open.
Fewer Pearl Harbor Attack Survivors Expected to Attend 77th Anniversary
Only about 34 World War II and Pearl Harbor survivors -- now in their 90s -- are expected for the ceremony this Dec. 7.
Navy Proposes Tripling Amount of SEAL Training in Hawaiian Islands
Naval Special Warfare plans to triple the amount of small-unit intermediate and advanced training in Hawaii.
Navy's Only Drone Submarine Hunter Arrives at Pearl Harbor
The Office of Naval Research plans to continue developing Sea Hunter into what could become an entirely new class of vessel.
Navy Divers Clear 250,000 Gallons of Oil from Captured WWII Nazi Ship
Twenty divers from the unit worked from the USNS Salvor to recover oil from the 697-foot Nazi warship.
Navy Officer Quickly Doomed by Error with 'Rebreather' Diving Gear
Navy officer Brian Bugge probably took a handful of breaths from his dive rig before he lost consciousness.
Remains of 64 South Korean Soldiers Returned in Hickam Ceremony
The remains that were returned to South Korea were part of recoveries made in North Korea between 1996 and 2005.
Air Force Couple Investigated for Child's Death
An Air Force couple who reportedly had financial issues is being investigated for the death of their infant son in 2016.
First Identifications of Remains Turned Over by North Korea to Be Announced
The Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency is expected to announce two identifications from 55 sets of remains.
Crew of Crashed Black Hawk Became Disoriented, Army Report Says
Spatial disorientation contributes to about one-third of all Army aircraft accidents.
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3 Silent Drill Platoon Marines Kicked Out, 2 Others Lose a Rank for Hazing
Members of the Silent Drill Platoon were punished after someone said they saw them use a training rifle to strike someone.
Navy to Change Pilot Call Sign Protocol After Minority Aviators Report Bias
The head of naval aviation has directed the creation of a new process for approving and reviewing pilots' call signs.
Thunder's End: Rolling Thunder to Mark Final Memorial Day Event This Weekend
This year's annual Rolling Thunder veterans tribute will be the last.
Five Sailors at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland Charged with Sexual Assault
Five sailors were arrested at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland on charges that the men sexually assaulted a woman last year.
Army Beginning to See Payoff from New Recruiting Strategy
Recruiting is up 27 percent year-over-year in Minneapolis, 19 percent in New York City and 17 percent in Baltimore.
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Army Taps Five Firms to Study How to Mount 30mm Cannons on Strykers
The U.S. Army recently selected five defense firms to participate in a design study for mounting a 30mm cannon on a Stryker.
Army to Promote Hundreds of PSYOP Soldiers at Fort Bragg
The 1st Special Forces Command will promote 300 psychological operations sergeants at a record-breaking promotion ceremony
Army Will Soon Open More Combat Jobs to Women, General Says
Over the last three years, more than 1,000 female soldiers have moved into combat-arms jobs.
Navy: Sailor Contacted Russians, Pleads Guilty to Espionage
According to Navy court documents, Kellogg, 26, was in contact with Sevmash, Russia's largest shipbuilding enterprise.
Senate Committee's Defense Spending Plan Includes More Money for Amphibs
The Senate Armed Services Committee's budget plan would restore some funding for Navy warships that Marines say they need .
Lawmakers Again Bid for Gitmo Detainees to Receive Emergency Care in US
Lawmakers are once again pushing to authorize the transfer of prisoners to the U.S. for emergency medical care.
Air Force News
More US Troops Are Deploying to the Middle East to Counter Iran
Shanahan announced the move Friday to "safeguard U.S. forces given the ongoing threat posed by Iranian forces."
Air Force Agrees to Reimburse West Virginia City for Chemical Cleanup
The Air Force has agreed to reimburse $4.9 million to the city of Martinsburg, West Virginia.
Dashcam Video Shows the Moment Pilot Ejects from Plummeting F-16
Dashcam footage from a freeway commuter shows the moment a pilot ejected from an F-16 military jet last week.
Marine Corps News
Russian Court Extends Arrest for Marine Veteran Accused of Spying
A Russian court on Friday extended the arrest for Paul Whelan, who complained in court about abuse in custody.
Top Marine Makes Plea to End Suicide, Says 'Zero Shame' in Admitting Problem
Active-duty suicide rates in the Navy and Marine Corps reached a 10-year high last year.
10-Day Tribute Run at Fort Gordon Honoring Fallen Marines, Sailors Concludes
During the closing ceremony, 1,500 dog tags that service members ran with hung on a cross.
Coast Guard News
Purple Hearts Finally Awarded to Coast Guard Crew Killed in World War I
The cutter Tampa was sunk by a U-boat torpedo in 1918, killing all 131 aboard.
Fleet Week Brings Navy, Marines and Coast Guard to New York
Nearly 3,000 members of the Navy, Marines and Coast Guard are expected in the city as part of the week-long affair.
Bolton: Coast Guard to Help Reassert US Leadership in Arctic
Bolton said the Coast Guard also will play an important role as the administration pressures Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua.