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US Navy Commander Says Canceled Hong Kong Visit a Minor Hurdle

The commander of the U.S. Navy's 7th Fleet dismissed the cancellation of a planned port visit to Hong Kong as a "minor hurdle."

Unclear Whether Civilian Living in Army Barracks Skipped Court Date

It's not known if the civilian allegedly found living on Fort Bragg appeared in federal court Wednesday on five charges that led to his discovery last year.

US Army Helps Set up Base Camps on Alaska's Denali

Three U.S. Army Chinook helicopters the size of city buses ascend higher and higher in the Alaska Range, following the 44-mile long Kahiltna Glacier.

Attorney: Evidence against Accused Navy Spy Unlawfully Obtained

Attorneys for Lt. Cmdr. Edward Lin say the interrogation that led to most of the charges against him was unlawfully conducted.

Army's Fort Jackson Hosts 2 Days of Special Olympics Events

Fort Jackson is hosting 1,400 athletes during a two-day celebration of the South Carolina Special Olympics.

Holocaust Survivor Shares Memories, Chuckles with Fort Bragg Soldiers

With lingering hints of his native Polish, 82-year-old Holocaust survivor Hank Brodt shared personal memories from life in Nazi prison camps.

New Leader Picked for Intelligence Group at Wright-Patterson AFB

A Council on Foreign Relations military academic fellow has been chosen as the next commander of a secretive Air Force intelligence agency.

Archivist Won’t Call “Torture Report” a Permanent Record

Archivist of the United States David S. Ferriero last week rebuffed requests to formally designate the Senate Intelligence Committee report on CIA interrogation practices a “federal record” that must be preserved. Senators Dianne Feinstein...Show More Summary

Brigade's Top Enlisted Soldier Regrets Uproar over Being out of Regs

Photos show the command sergeant major's hair hanging over her collar, while others show her wearing high heels while in uniform.

Analysts: Strike Group Extension Shows Navy's Deployment Goal Flaws

The Truman carrier strike group's extension in the Middle East shows the U.S. military commitment to accelerate the campaign against the Islamic State group, but some analysts believe it also shows why the service's plan to limit carrier deployments is unrealistic.

Navy Hospital Billing Delays Cause Problems

For years, no one did much about thousands of civilian medical bills stacking up at U.S. Naval Hospital Yokosuka.

Secretary of Navy Backs Reynolds' NFL Bid with Ravens

Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus hopes to see Midshipmen QB Keenan Reynolds immediately pursue a career in the NFL.

110-year-old WWII Veteran from Louisiana Dies

A 110-year-old Louisiana man who enlisted in the Awar Irmy during World War II to serve his country has died.

Video Offers Rare Look Inside a US Nuclear Attack Submarine

A news video released Thursday takes viewers on a rare tour inside a U.S. Navy nuclear attack submarine.

Pentagon Reviews 'Force Protection' Methods in Iraq after SEAL's Death

The U.S. is reviewing why intelligence failed to detect ISIS massing for the attack in which SEAL Charles Keating was killed.

4,000 Sailors, Marines Return from 7-month Deployment on USS Kearsarge

The good-natured argument over hugs started on the pier. Matthew Dugger, 11, spotted his stepdad aboard the ship USS Kearsarge and wanted to be the first.

Army Reserve's Best Warrior Competition Tests Soldiers

The best soldiers in the Army Reserve are gathered on Fort Bragg this week, with a chance to compete against the best in the Army on the line.

NY Air National Guard 105th Airlift Wing Gets New Commander

National Guard officials say Col. Howard Wagner will take over command of the 105th Airlift Wing on May 15.

Veteran's Lost Dog Tag Returned 45 Years Later

Roger Randol was hunting for pheasant near Macon a few months after he returned home from his overseas hitch in the Army during the Vietnam War, most likely in the fall of 1971.

The Fort Lauderdale Air Show is Back, and So Are the Thunderbirds

Standing on the tarmac of the Sheltair terminal at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport in a blue jumpsuit and aviators, Maj. Scott Petz is feeling nostalgic on the eve of the Fort Lauderdale Air Show.

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