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Fightin' Fifth Marine Regiment Dedicates Purple Heart Monument

Bob Bobst couldn't hold back tears as he glanced at the Purple Heart monument at the 5th Marine Regiment headquarters.

Former Soldier Convicted in Deadly Pot Burglary, Sentenced to Life

A judge sentenced an ex-soldier to life in prison in the murder of a man who was stabbed in a burglary of a marijuana grow.

Changes in the Wind at Yorktown Naval Weapons Station

Capt. Paul C. Haebler is ready to turn over command of Yorktown Naval Weapons Station, a post he's held for three years.

Police Officer Who Killed Woman During Training Exercise Charged With Manslaughter

News from Florida: PUNTA GORDA, Florida — The police chief of a Florida Gulf Coast town and one of his officers have been charged in connection with the accidental fatal shooting of a woman last year at a citizen’s police academy. In August, Punta Gorda police Officer Lee Coel fired the fatal shot during a […]

Army Seeks to Expand Civilian Credentialing for Soldiers

The U.S. Army is working to provide more soldiers with civilian credentials so they can find jobs after they leave service.

Some Child Care Still on Hold Despite Hiring Freeze Waiver

Two Army bases plan to temporarily suspend some programs because they can't fill the positions fast enough to avoid the shutdowns.

Okinawans Awarded $265 Million Over Aircraft Noise at Kadena

The judges admonished the Japanese government for ignoring the situation and not taking concrete steps to curb the noise.

Disabled Vet Allegedly Beaten by Accused Animal Abusers Given Car

A disabled Navy veteran has a new ride a week after authorities said he was beaten by three men he confronted as they were torturing a turtle in Daytona Beach.

Decorated Navy Captain Dies in Off-Duty Accident

An Okinawa-based senior Navy officer was killed this week in what officials are calling an off-duty recreational accident.

FBI, Army Investigate Hawaii Death of Soldier's Infant

The Army's 25th Infantry Division says the death of a Hawaii soldier's infant is under investigation.

McMaster's Tank Battle in Iraq May Shape Advice in New Role

Twenty-six years after being awarded a Silver Star, Lt. Gen. McMaster has been selected to serve as national security adviser.

Sheriff Blake Dorning On Handgun Permits: It’s Not Just About The Money

AL.com: Pistol permits are a financial boon to the Madison County sheriff’s department but that’s not why Sheriff Blake Dorning opposes a Senate bill that would eliminate them. “We hear it’s just a money thing,” Dorning said Wednesday. I wonder where he’s hearing that? “No, it’s not. It’s a life and death safety issue for […]

James Woods On John “Skippy” Podesta

James Woods. Oh nice.  Two important hash tags there in a single entry.  It looks like someone has been reading Voat, yes? As for Podesta, is someone getting ready to throw you under the bus, Skippy?  Are you scared?  I’m not.

Arizona Sheriff Releasing 400 Criminal Illegal Immigrants Every 10 Days

Judicial Watch: An average of 400 “criminal illegal immigrants” are being released every 10 days by the newly elected sheriff in Arizona’s most populous county, federal law enforcement sources tell Judicial Watch, many of them violent offenders. It’s part of Maricopa County Sheriff Paul Penzone’s new policy to protect illegal aliens, even those who have […]

More US Troops in Syria, Iraq Possible Under Mattis Plan

A top general said more U.S. troops may be needed in Syria to back local fighters in taking the ISIS stronghold of Raqqa.

Robins Airman Gets Life for Murder of Fiancee, Unborn Child

A Robins Air Force Base airman was sentenced to life Wednesday for the murder of his pregnant fiancee and her unborn daughter.

Strike on ISIS Drone Cell Highlights Airman's Novel Intel Methods

Using intel spotted by a US airman thousands of miles away, warplanes bombed sites where ISIS militants manufactured drones.

China Denounces 'Relevant Countries' after US Carrier Deployment

China denounced "relevant countries" for threatening security in the S. China Sea following the deployment of the USS Carl Vinson.

Fort Drum Contractor to Cut Dozens of Jobs Starting This Week

An aviation maintenance contractor on post will lay off dozens of workers starting this week.

Wrongfully Imprisoned Former Sailor Could Get $1.55M from Virginia

A man who spent more than three decades in prison for a crime he didn't commit could be getting $1.55 million from Virginia.

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