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The Marine was awarded the Navy Cross for his actions. [Read More]
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Terrorists are operating with "impunity" in some areas of Libya, an expert says. [Read More]
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Defense and veterans hearings on Capitol Hill for the week of June 18. [Read More]
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Surprising news about the GI Bill, tuition assistance changes for soldiers, a LinkedIn benefit for military spouses and more on this episode of Rebootcamp Roundup. [Read More]
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Florida community is asking, why were there so many cancers? [Read More]
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The U.S. military has a long-established relationship with the nectar. [Read More]
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The eight-point mantra is designed to encourage veterans to continue serving their communities even after leaving the military. [Read More]
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North Korean state television aired footage of President Trump meeting military officials during the recent summit in Singapore, including an awkward exchange in which he... [Read More]
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Trump returned the salute as Kim Jong Un smiled in the background. [Read More]
Despite a limited role in the ongoing civil war, President Trump is said to be considering increasing U.S. military support in taking Yemen's main port... [Read More]
A Senate proposal could increase enrollment costs for working-age beneficiaries. [Read More]
Some of his neighbors aren't too happy. [Read More]
The first episode airs on July 31. [Read More]
At issue are extra leave days for federal workers mobilized to help with combat operations overseas. [Read More]
An Iraqi armored brigade is trading its American M1A1 Abrams tanks for the Russian T-90S main battle tank — possibly for geopolitical reasons. [Read More]
The report also wants an assessment on air and space priorities from the services. [Read More]
Congress continues to try to get to the bottom of the increase in aviation crashes. [Read More]
North Korea has committed to repatriate remains of U.S. troops who went missing in North Korea during the Korean War, and more Marines will be... [Read More]
The new netting is designed to conceal soldiers and equipment from sight and sensors. [Read More]
Troops are staying put, for now — but the joint Republic of Korea-U.S. exercises may be canceled. [Read More]
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