The U.S. Navy's explosive ordnance disposal community is shifting its focus back to the sea.
Divers removed the abandoned explosive and towed it farther out to sea where it was dropped into 1,800-foot deep waters.
The Norwegian People's Aid agency said the men were working with the government to develop a database of unexploded bombs.
The Nebraska Air National Guard explosive ordnance disposal team was called to help.
The goal of this effort is to prevent injuries, exhaustion and breakdown, both mental and physical..
Congress has directed the Pentagon to document troops' blast exposures in combat and training.
The proposal would extend the standard 24-month deployment cycle out to as long as 36 months.
U.S. Navy Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) sailors could see more money from special pays and bonuses under a new vision.
Two California-based sailors have been recognized for extraordinary heroism during a nighttime raid on a remote ISIS hideout.
The soldiers were killed Friday in Kunduz province, Afghanistan.
There are nearly 15 million American males between the ages of 63 and 78. Approximately 5.5 million are Vietnam-era veterans.
In a letter to VA Secretary Robert Wilkie, Rep. Elaine Luria, D-Va., said the plan was developed with no notice to Congress.
Nearly half of the more than 69,000 claims for "Blue Water Navy" Agent Orange benefits have been processed.
About 200 soldiers going through Basic Combat Training at Sill were issued a full Army Green Service Uniform.
The operations halt follows a pair of recent crashes, including one that killed two military officers.