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Army to Field Handheld Device Simplifying Precision Attack

Forward observers soon will have a targeting device that reduces the time it takes to call in precision-guided munitions.

Navy Scrambles to Repay Troops After Computer Glitch

The charges should be reversed "within the next 72 hours," the director of the Navy's installations command support services said

Soldier Must Keep Photo of Puppy That He Drowned in Wallet

A judge has ordered a Fort Bragg soldier to keep a picture of the puppy that he drowned in his wallet while he's on probation.

41-Year-Old Army Chaplain Completes Ranger School

The odds of successfully completing U.S. Army Ranger School were stacked against Capt. Ryan Mortensen.

New Veterans Cemetery in Omaha Opens with Memorial Service

A new national cemetery for veterans in eastern Nebraska and western Iowa has opened with a service for four men.

Soldier Is One of Two Men Charged in California Killings

An Army private and another young man were charged with murder in the slayings of a California couple and family friend.

Barriers Used to Protect Soldiers Now Stopping Floodwaters

Iowa's second-largest city has managed to keep flooding at bay largely because of barriers that were used to protect soldiers.

FN 5.7 And The Army Handgun Competition

I had missed this in June from Bob Owens: I’m also perplexed that FN submitted the Five-SeveN, as the gun’s 5.7×28 caliber has been thoroughly trashed by most defensive handgun experts as a niche round that fails to create adequate tissue damage to have significant immediate impact on targets. The FN 5.7 won’t be the […]

Bataan Death March Survivor, Artist Ben Steele Dies at 98

Steele, a former art professor, died Sunday in Billings, Montana with his wife and daughters at his side.

Army Training Moves Beyond the Power Point

Waging war in today's complex world requires more than the ability to shoot straight or drop a bomb squarely on target.

Survivors Mark 40th Anniversary of Plane Crash in Alpena

A group of survivors of a plane crash that killed 15 military personnel have gathered to mark the 40th anniversary of the tragedy.

U-2 Community Mourns Loss of Veteran Pilot Killed in Crash

Family and friends gathered to remember Lt. Col. Ira S. "Shooter" Eadie on Monday in a local park in Lincoln, California.

Judge: Former Sailors Convicted of Rape, Murder Are Innocent

Two former sailors convicted of rape and murder nearly two decades ago are innocent, a federal judge said Monday.

Army Fires Fort Riley Commander as Investigation Continues

The commander of Fort Riley has been fired and the Army is continuing an investigation opened last week, officials said Monday.

Pentagon Chief Pledges $108 Billion to Fix Nuclear Force

Defense Secretary Ash Carter said Monday the Pentagon is committed to correcting decades of short-changing its nuclear force.

“He’s Got A Gun!”

The Hill: Jack is walking down a busy sidewalk carrying a handgun in a holster on his belt. Someone screams, “He’s got a gun!” A nearby police officer sees the firearm, draws his weapon, and orders Jack to stop, show his hands, and lie down on the ground. The officer then handcuffs Jack, takes his […]

Air Force Colonel Charged With Rape Found Dead in Home

The former vice commander of the 50th Space Wing, who was awaiting court-martial on rape allegations, was found dead at his home.

Air Force Colonel Who Faced Rape Charge Found Dead in Home

An Air Force Space Command officer who was charged with rape was found dead in Colorado after police received a suicide report.

Wright-Patterson Considers Spending Millions to Restore Historic Homes

The Air Force is exploring options to tear down, privatize or spend millions to renovate historic brick homes at Wright-Patterson.

Dover AFB Honors Fallen Service Members ID'ed Through Forensics

Dover Air Force Base hosted a Prisoner of War/Missing in Action Retreat Ceremony around the flag pole, Sept. 16.

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