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'Goon Squad' Investigation Validated Navy Brig Procedures

At issue in the investigation was a complaint by a sailor who alleged that brig guards were unduly rough with prisoners.

Pentagon: No Need for Trump's Approval to Use MOAB

Officials said that even before President Trump took office in January, the U.S. military had standing authority to use the MOAB.

US Launches Qualification Tests for Upgraded Nuke Bomb

Work on the B61-12 has been ongoing for years, and officials say the latest tests will be vital for refurbishing efforts.

Navy Banning E-Cigarettes from Ships And Aircraft Over Explosion Fears

The Navy is banning e-cigarettes and vaporizers from its aircraft, ships and subs after receiving reports of batteries exploding

Delaware Airmen Charged with Sexually Abusing Runaway Girl

Prosecutors charged two airmen stationed at Dover Air Force Base with sexually abusing a teenage runaway they harbored on base.

Navy to Hire Thousands of Shipyard Workers as Freeze Ends

The Navy's top officer visited the Norfolk Naval Shipyard with good news: the service plans to hire up to 2,000 more workers.

Decorated Navy SEAL Moonlighting as a Porn Star

The Naval Special Warfare Command has launched an investigation, and a commissioned officer has been assigned to handle the case.

Former Navy Coach Wayne Hardin Dies at 91

Hardin led the Midshipmen to two top-5 finishes in the AP poll and coached Heisman Trophy winners Joe Bellino and Roger Staubach.

US Navy Sailor Gets 30 Years for Making Child Porn

A U.S. Navy sailor has been sentenced to 30 years in prison for recording sex acts between him and minor girls.

'Mother of All Bombs' Killed 36 ISIS Fighters: Afghan Officials

The attack with the largest non-nuclear weapon ever used in combat by the U.S. left 36 fighters dead and no civilian casualties.

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US Soldiers in Good Condition After Carbon Monoxide Exposure in Latvia

Four soldiers are in good condition after being treated for carbon monoxide exposure when their M1A2 Abrams tank malfunctioned.

US Drops Most Powerful Non-Nuclear Bomb in Afghanistan

The U.S. military on Thursday dropped the most powerful non-nuclear bomb in its arsenal against the Islamic State in Afghanistan, marking the first ever combat use of the massive ordnance. An Air...

No Drug Epidemic Among SEALs, Command Says

In the wake of a CBS News report describing a "staggering" illegal drug use, officials with Naval Special Warfare Command are pushing back,

Pretrial Hearing Ends for GIs Charged in Murder Case

Fort Campbell officials concluded a hearing for two 101st Airborne soldiers accused of kidnapping and murdering a fellow soldier.

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North Korea 'Primed and Ready' for Nuclear Test, Images Show

New satellite images show North Korea preparing for a nuclear test, as President Trump says he won't rule out military action.

Problems And Solutions In Rifle Caliber And Training

In The Army Wants A New Rifle, we discussed my view of the Army’s searching for a larger caliber rifle to replace the M4.  Experience in Afghanistan is the pretext for this need, and while as I show below I support a copious choice of weapons, selection of a different caliber won’t make marksmen out […]

Nebraska Gun Rights Preemption Bill

US News & World Report: A bill that would overturn most local gun ordinances that are more stringent than Nebraska state law cleared a key hurdle Wednesday despite protests from some Omaha and Lincoln area senators who raised public safety concerns. Lawmakers gave initial approval to a gun-rights pre-emption bill 32-12, after supporters overcame a […]

Navy Investigates Claims Master Chief Selection Board Compromised

The Navy has scrapped a selection board after discovering evidence that several board members had acted improperly

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