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Sailor Pleads Guilty to Illegally Retaining Submarine Photos

A Navy sailor has pleaded guilty to charges alleging that he illegally retained photos he took with his cellphone of a submarine.

Air Base Visit Fills One Item of Cancer Patient's Bucket List

The cockpit of an F-16 fighter jet, like the one Ashleigh Hunt peered into Thursday at Ohio's 180th Fighter Wing, is only big enough for one person.

Wright-Patterson Shuts down Another Problem Well

Wright-Patterson shut down a drinking water well Thursday in Area A after the Ohio EPA issued emergency orders the day prior to close the well because of contamination concerns.

Army Vet Sentenced to 8 Years in Prison for Shooting Fellow Soldier

A two-year effort to get a combat veteran into an intensive prison alternative program hit a wall Thursday when an El Paso County judge sentenced him to eight years behind bars.

WWII Veterans' Remains to Return to Hometowns in Minnesota

The remains of two World War II veterans from Minnesota who died in combat will finally be returned to their respective hometowns this Memorial Day weekend, nearly 72 years after their deaths.

Mount Everest Climb Was Personal for Fort Carson Officer

An intestinal infection had left her feeling sicker than ever, and once again Gary Medvigy and Christine Ping tried to persuade their daughter to not climb Mount Everest.

US Sailor Pleads Guilty in Okinawa Rape Case

A U.S. sailor pleaded guilty Friday to raping an intoxicated Japanese woman at a Naha hotel, an incident that sparked anti-base protests and contributed to the tightened liberty restrictions that took effect earlier in the day.

More Fort Hood Soldiers Tapped for Afghanistan Deployment

About 500 soldiers from Fort Hood will be sent to Afghanistan in the late summer to join about 1,500 others from the Army post.

Carter: 'Unmanned' Job Titles a Challenge to Make Gender-Neutral

Navy and Marine officials have said that all titles, including frequently used ones such as seaman and rifleman, are under review.

Navy Cross Citation Describes SEAL Nicolas Checque's Final Moments

A Navy SEAL killed during a 2012 rescue demonstrated "unhesitant commitment" and "undaunted courage" during his final moments.

Eisenhower Strike Group to Fight ISIS with Cannibalized Parts

In coming days, the aircraft carrier USS Eisenhower will launch airstrikes against IDID with the help of parts stripped off of other operational ships.

Six Decades after Crash on Glacier, Lost Waukesha Airman Laid to Rest

For more than six decades, Thomas Condon and 51 others aboard an Air Force cargo plane were lost on an Alaskan glacier.

Air War Rules of Engagement Tighter after Kunduz

The general in charge of the air campaign said the rules of engagement have tightened since the strike on the hospital in Kunduz.

Two F/A-18s Crash Off North Carolina Coast

Two F/A-18 Super Hornet fighters crashed Thursday off the coast of North Carolina, defense officials told Fox News.

Utility Rebates to Drop for Most Air Force Housing

A change to how utility use in Air Force privatized housing is calculated will mean that fewer residents will receive a rebate.

Veterans Reflect on Importance, Beauty of Blue Angels

It was just after 2 p.m. Wednesday and the sun was beating down on hundreds of people. Spider-man Popsicles melted in kids' hands and dogs hid under bushes for the shade.

US Defense Secretary Calls for Faster Technology Development

U.S. Defense Secretary Ashton Carter said on Wednesday that a naval facility in Rhode Island is doing what the entire Defense Department should do: develop technology more quickly.

Guard Association Slams Army Investigation of Recruitment Fraud

The National Guard Association is criticizing as "shameful" an Army investigation into a fraudulent recruitment program recently investigated by the CBS News program "60 Minutes."

Navy Probes 'Discrepancies' in SEAL Sniper Chris Kyle's Medal Claims

The probe comes in the wake of a story that highlights Navy documents showing Kyle earned only one Silver and three Bronze Stars.

Daughter Fights for Better VA Treatment for Father

Misdiagnoses, delays in treatment, incompetence, and lack of communication almost led to the death of Jeff Anselmo, a Vietnam veteran, family members said.

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