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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.
$100M 'Midway' Movie Remake Set to Film on Oahu Next Month
The new "Midway" -- a remake of the 1976 version -- this time will have Woody Harrelson in the role of Adm. Chester Nimitz.
Pay Delays for Flood and Lava Duties Irk Hawaii Guard Members
The sometimes lengthy wait for what's known as "after the fact" pay has put some Guard families in a financial bind.
Former Fighter Pilot Named Pacific Air Forces Commander
The former deputy commander of U.S. Central Command has more than 2,900 flight hours, including 120 flown in combat.
US and Japan Fire Missiles to Sink Ship During RIMPAC
The joint missile firing set the stage for what a future conflict with China might entail.
Army Plans to Demolish Iconic but Deteriorated Quonset Huts in Hawaii
The Army plans to demolish nearly 100 World War II-era Quonset huts at Pohakuloa Training Area on Hawaii island.
Attack Sub USS Hawaii Prepares for RIMPAC Exercises
The threat in the Pacific from potential enemy submarine activity has tripled since 2008.
Missing Sailor Based at Kaneohe Bay Texts Parents, 'I'm Alive'
Seaman Shaun Palmer, assigned to the 1st Battalion, 3rd Marines, was last seen early Sunday morning.
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Maintenance Errors Preceded Horrific WC-130 Crash That Killed 9
Engine and maintenance issues documented in the aging aircraft raise more questions about the cause of the May 2 mishap.
Army's Greens Uniform Won't Be Available Until End of 2020, Company Says
Beyond stating that soldiers would not have to buy the Army Greens until 2028, the announcement provided little information.
Army Releases Deploy-or-Out Rules for Administratively Sidelined Troops
The U.S. Army publicly released its new policy for dealing with soldiers who are non-deployable for administrative reasons.
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First Woman Passes Army Special Forces Selection Process
A female soldier has made it through the selection process required for the U.S. Army Special Forces Qualification Course.
Guardsman at Texas Border Accused of Sexual Assault
A Texas National Guard member serving at the U.S.-Mexico border is accused of sexually assaulting a woman in a motel.
Defense Secretary Mattis Visits Military Troops Deployed to Border
Mattis called the deployment legal and justified, and said it was necessary to make sure the U border was properly secure.
SEAL Allegedly Shot Non-Combatants, Held Reenlistment Ceremony with Corpse
A Navy SEAL who allegedly stabbed a wounded ISIS fighter to death last year is also accused of shooting two noncombatants.
Retired Navy Captain Moonlighted for Fat Leonard, Pleads Guilty
A retired Navy captain pleaded guilty to secretly providing advice to corrupt Malaysian contractor Leonard Glenn Francis.
Air Force News
Air Force Identifies Pilots Killed, Injured in Latest T-38 Trainer Crash
The crash was the 5th in 12 months involving a T-38.
Malmstrom Squadron Commander Fired Over Unhealthy Command Climate
A security forces commander at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Montana, has been relieved from his post.
One Pilot Dead, Another Injured in Texas Training Jet Crash
One pilot has died and another has been hospitalized after a training jet crashed Tuesday evening at Laughlin Air Force Base.
Marine Corps News
Camp Lejeune High School Recovering After Nov. 1 Fire
Camp Lejeune High School sustained significant damage during the blaze.
New Headstone at Arlington for Marine Private Who Fell on Last Day of WWI
Marine Pvt. Joseph Otto Turley finally has a headstone with his correct date of death after nearly a century.
Coast Guard News
SIG AIR Unveils Replica Air Pistol of Army's Modular Handgun System
The new M17 Advanced Sport Pellet, or ASP, pistol is powered by a carbon dioxide cartridge.
Coast Guard Academy Honors Pilot for Heroism in 1986 Rescue
Mark Feldman piloted a helicopter that pulled the two victims from Lake St. Clair in Ontario after their plane crashed.
Coast Guard Intercepts Small Boat Overloaded with Cubans North of Havana
A small boat overloaded with Cuban migrants was stopped Saturday by the Coast Guard Cutter Charles Sexton.