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Second Lt. Kofi Appiah-Mainoo, 30, was arrested on Oct. 28, 2019.
The hangar did not have any personnel or aircraft inside.
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The campaign needs to raise $62,500 before Oct. 11, in order to pay for 2,500 Iraq Commitment Medals.
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John Wick is back, and he's here to stay. It doesn't matter how many bad guys show up to try to collect on that bounty.
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Blanchard survived the Sep. 7, 2016 attack, but was left scarred for life with third degree burns.
Military widows and widowers who put their benefits in their child's name saw a significant spike in their taxes this year.
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Sikorsky-Boeing officials said the new aircraft design will be capable of flying at speeds of more than 200 knots.
The list is included in a 61-page report to Congress delivered Wednesday.
The Inspector General's report calls for better oversight, but one official said his office isn't responsible.
Pitman is best known for ignoring military protocol and breaking regulations so he could save lives.
All international military students will have to sign agreements on the new rules or risk getting booted out of the U.S.
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A disabled Army veteran has sued the federal government, arguing her employer harassed her for using a service dog at work.
The National Guard soldier is close to completing the qualification course to become a Special Forces engineer sergeant.
The U.S. Army recently deployed the first full brigade combat team to Germany to take part in DEFENDER-Europe 20.
Private services for Midshipman First Class David Forney will be held at the Naval Academy on Tuesday, March 3.
Gen. Tod Wolters said he has put in a request to host two additional guided missile destroyers in the European theater.
The senators urged Esper to add the 74 sailors who died aboard the USS Frank E. Evans to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
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John Lee Levitow saved his aircrew in the skies above Vietnam by throwing himself on a flare that was seconds from igniting.
Knapp will replace Maj. Gen. Donald Dunbar, who resigned at the end of December.
The cruise ship evacuation was voluntary, but the U.S. Embassy strongly encouraged passengers to take it.
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YUMA, Ariz. — A Marine Corps search and rescue squadron in southwest Arizona will disband amid safety concerns.
Commandant Gen. David Berger called the moves "some of my most important matters for immediate execution."
Matthew Kraft disappeared after taking leave for a backcountry ski trip along the High Sierra Route starting Feb. 24, 2019.
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The multi-agency command overseeing the wreck removal hopes to start cutting the ship into sections in May.
The Coast Guard took delivery of the new cutter this month in Key West, Florida.
Coast Guard Lt. Cmdr. Matt Waller explained the plans to remove the vessel with nearly 4,200 cars inside.