The Most Read Stories This Week on Military.com -- August 3, 2018

Crew members disembark from the U.S. Navy attack submarine USS North Dakota (SSN 784). One of the boat's crew shot himself in the right shoulder while standing watch on Jan 12. (AP Photo/The Day, Sean D. Elliot)
Crew members disembark from the U.S. Navy attack submarine USS North Dakota (SSN 784). One of the boat's crew shot himself in the right shoulder while standing watch on Jan 12. (AP Photo/The Day, Sean D. Elliot)

Here's a look at the most popular stories this week on Military.com.

 

Sailor Who Shot Himself on Sub Was Removed from Gun List

A U.S. Navy sailor, who intentionally shot himself with a government-issued rifle on board a Groton-based attack submarine on Jan. 12, had been temporarily removed from the list of those allowed to carry a gun during watch-standing duties.

By Julia Bergman, The Day, New London | Read more

 

Family Seeks $25 Million from Marines After Colonel Convicted of Abuse

A decorated, high-tenured Marine colonel ended up behind bars last fall after being convicted of sexually abusing a six-year-old girl. The child's family is now pursuing a lawsuit against the Marine Corps, saying senior leaders failed to hold the officer accountable after he was booted from a previous posting in Australia just 10 days in for crass and drunken behavior.

By Hope Hodge Seck | Read more

 

ROTC Cadets Lost in Land Navigation Course Rescued

Two Army ROTC cadets visiting from the mainland were rescued Sunday after spending the night lost in a jungle warfare course in Wahiawa.

By The Honolulu Star-Advertiser | Read more

 

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-- Sean Mclain Brown can be reached at sean.brown@military.com. Follow him on Twitter at @seanmclainbrown

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