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War Dog Loses Leg in Bomb Blast, Gets Highest Honor

Lucca traveled to London to receive the Dickin Medal, the animal equivalent of the UK's Victoria Cross.

Investigation of Air Force Officer Suggests More Sex Charges Possible

An Air Force officer approached a woman shopping at a Colorado Springs mall earlier this month and asked her to pose nude for his modeling website.

Dunford Warns Russian Counterpart Against Buzzing US Ships, Planes

Marine Gen. Joseph Dunford said he's told the Russians to quit menacing U.S. ships and planes or risk U.S. retaliation.

Jill Biden, Sponsor of Submarine Delaware, Ready for Keel Laying

As a sailor's daughter, Jill Biden should feel at home Saturday at Newport News Shipbuilding, which will host the keel-laying ceremony for the future USS Delaware.

Obama Honors Navy Football Team with Trophy

President Barack Obama is congratulating the Naval Academy football team for winning the annual Commander in Chief's Trophy.

After 10-year Wait, Homes Near Fort Detrick May Finally Get City Water

Residents of five homes on Kemp Lane in Frederick may finally have clean tap water after getting bottled water shipments supplied by the Army for the past 10 years.

Army Studies 38-acre Arlington National Cemetery Expansion

The Army is beginning a yearlong environmental assessment of a proposed 38-acre expansion of Arlington National Cemetery.

The Australian Gun Control Narrative

The Sydney Morning Herald: Australians now own more guns than before the 1996 Port Arthur massacre, according to new research that shows firearm imports hit a record high in 2014-15. The surge in gun-buying over the past 16 years, which has seen 1.02 million guns brought into the country, has been largely a “gun swap”, […]

Despite McRaven Op-Ed, Senators Defend Opposing Losey's Promotion

Senators had a list of reasons to deny promotion to Rear Adm. Brian Losey despite McRaven's charge that they had an "agenda."

Female Ranger School Grad Makes History Again, Joins the Infantry

One of the first female soldiers to earn the coveted Ranger Tab last summer has now become the Army's first woman in the infantry.

House Panel Seeks to Increase Army Ranks by 45,000 Soldiers

The chairman of the House Armed Services Committee has introduced a bill that would increase the U.S. Army by 45K soldiers.

West Point Hosts Conference 40 Years after Female Cadets

West Point is marking the 40th anniversary of female cadets with a conference later this week.

Panel Confirms First Female Officer for Warfighting Command

The Senate Armed Services Committee has approved the nomination of the first female officer to lead one of the military's warfighting commands.

Airman Found Guilty of Sex Assault in Illinois Court-martial

An Air Force enlisted man assigned to an elite military unit has been found guilty of sexual assault in a court-martial at Scott Air Force Base.

Aircraft Fly into Grand Forks Air Force Base to Avoid Severe Weather

Grand Forks Air Force Base increased its population by 16 Boeing KC-135 Stratotanker aircrafts and about 100 airmen Tuesday afternoon as severe storms formed over the lower Midwest.

World War II Veteran Who Survived 2 Ship Sinkings Shares Story

A young Walter "Irby" West Jr. never imagined that just 10 months after surviving the sinking of a destroyer escort in the Atlantic Ocean in World War II, he would be in another in the Pacific.

Lawmakers Urge More US Naval Operations in South China Sea

Members of Congress urged the administration to order more naval operations close to disputed islands in the South China Sea.

McRaven's View: A Warrior's Career Sacrificed for Politics

The former head of U.S. Special Operations Command argues for the importance of respect between civilian and military leaders.

City Wants USS Pueblo Back, but Isn't Holding its Breath

Its crew was allowed to return home to America after 11 months but the USS Pueblo is still a prisoner in North Korea.

Officials: Bragg Dining Facilities Should be OK as Army Makes Cuts

The more than 3 million diners who eat at Fort Bragg's dining facilities should be relieved when the Army announces its plans to close at least 14 dining facilities and shrink 45 others.

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