The Most Read Stories This Week on Military.com -- March 2, 2018

Lt. James Mazzuchelli. (U.S. Navy)
Lt. James Mazzuchelli. (U.S. Navy)

Marines Identify Flight Surgeon Who Died After Struck by Rotor Blade

Officials have identified a Navy officer who succumbed to his injuries after being struck by a spinning helicopter blade Feb. 21. Navy Lt. James A. Mazzuchelli, 32, died Saturday after he was critically injured by the tail rotor of a UH-1Y Venom, officials with 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing said in a statement.

By Hope Hodge Seck | Read more

 

With 'Tacking-On' Ritual Banned, Air Force Aims to Create New Traditions

The Air Force is determining how best to move forward with the Defense Department's new hazing and misconduct policy, aiming to follow guidelines while still keeping some traditions associated with the practice of "tacking-on" rank or insignia during promotion ceremonies, the top enlisted leader of the Air Force said Thursday.

By Oriana Pawlyk | Read more

 

Proposed Food Stamp Cuts Would Hit Military Families

President Donald Trump's proposals to cut eligibility for food stamps in 2018 would hit hard on thousands of military families who receive the benefit, the Pentagon said Tuesday.

By Richard Sisk | Read more

 

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