Here are the most talked about stories this week on Military.com, along with a sampling of reader responses.
5 Most Talked About Stories This Week on Military.com
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Esper broke his lengthy silence regarding the surge of protests nationwide following the May 25 death of George Floyd.
A wave of Confederate memorial removals that began after a white supremacist killed nine black people 2015 is again rolling.
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The House passed a bill on cost-of-living increases in veterans benefits for 2021.
The Pentagon has ordered a battalion of military police soldiers from Fort Bragg to deploy to the Washington, D.C. area.
According to the National Park Service, several memorials across Washington, D.C., were vandalized.
Wright noted that racism, discrimination and exclusion "does not care much about position, titles or stature."
A soldier fired three rounds at a speeding vehicle deemed a threat, officials said.
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Army UH-60 Black Hawks and UH-72 Lakota helicopters flew low enough over demonstrators to kick up debris on the crowds.
The U.S. Naval Academy is planning to have its 4,400 midshipmen return to campus in Annapolis for the fall.
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Natasha Aposhian, a 21-year-old from Phoenix, Ariz., was just beginning her Air Force career.
The airmen were members of the 319th Reconnaissance Wing.
Chief of Staff of the Air Force Gen. David Goldfein addressed the violent protests that have roiled the United States.
Marine Corps News
Four elements of the 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit are now in Kuwait and will operate under U.S. Central Command.
Lt. Gen. Eric Smith is involved in war games shaping a decade-long plan to reorganize the Marine Corps for future fights.
Gabriel Mendez Ramirez shipped off to Marine Corps boot camp in late May with a whole lot less baggage than he used to carry.
Coast Guard News
One of the detainees was mildly ill, including fever and a sore throat and was treated onboard.
Some people said the autopsy results raise questions about whether all the victims were asleep when the fire occurred.
The haul estimated to be worth about $37 million was offloaded from the Coast Guard cutter Active.