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US Says No New Foreign Military Students until Better Checks
About a dozen Saudi students who were acquaintances of the shooter are currently confined to the base.
Pentagon: Defense Official Sexually Harassed Female Staff
The complaint was filed in February and Guy Roberts resigned in early April.
US Considers Leaving Smaller Number of Troops in Afghanistan
Defense Secretary Mark Esper told the committee that the U.S. military must remain focused on the counterterrorism mission.
Sailor Who Killed 2 at Pearl Harbor Was Unhappy with Commanders
The sailor, Gabriel Romero, 22, also faced non-judicial punishment.
US Warship Seizes Suspected Iran Missile Parts Set for Yemen
A Navy warship has seized a "significant cache" of suspected Iranian guided missile parts headed to rebels in Yemen.
Esper Opens Door for Military Academy Athletes to Delay Service, Go Pro
Esper signed a memo laying out the new guidelines, which says the athletes must get approval from the defense secretary.
Trump Says US on the Hunt for New Islamic State's Leader
Trump didn't mention the name of the new target, but he is likely referring to Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Qurayshi.
Trump OKs Wider Syria Oil Mission, Raising Legal Questions
The decision locks hundreds of U.S. troops into a more complicated presence in Syria.
Esper Has Sharp Words for Turkey over Syria Invasion
Esper said Turkey is heading in the wrong direction, spinning closer to Russia.
Iraq Official: US Troops from Syria to Leave Iraq in 4 Weeks
U.S troops withdrawing from Syria to Iraq will leave the country within four weeks, Iraq's defense minister said.
US to Ask NATO to Pay More to Protect Saudi Arabia from Iran
The plan is part of a broader U.S. campaign to get NATO allies to take on more responsibility for security in the Gulf.
US May Now Keep Some Troops in Syria to Guard Oil Fields
The U.S. is considering leaving some troops behind to secure oil fields and make sure they don't fall into the hands of ISIS.
Residents of Northeast Syria City Pelt Departing US Troops
People in the street hurled potatoes at the vehicles, shouting, "No America," and "America liar," in English.
US Defense Chief in Afghanistan for Firsthand Look at War
Esper told reporters traveling with him that he believes the U.S. can reduce its force in Afghanistan to 8,600.
Defense Chief: US Troops Leaving Syria to Go to Western Iraq
Esper did not rule out the idea that U.S. forces would conduct counterterrorism missions from Iraq into Syria.
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The First Woman Has Made it Through SEAL Officer Screening
The Navy marked a first earlier this year when a woman completed Navy SEAL officer assessment and selection
Army 3-Star General Loses Rank After War College Plagiarism Revealed
An Army deputy chief of staff has been retired at a lower rank after an investigation found he had plagiarized.
New Photos Show Destruction from Taliban Attack on Bagram Air Base
The photos showed airmen cleaning up and disposing of broken metal and ceiling tiles and attempting to salvage the structure.
'Millions' Stolen in Decade-Long Buying Fraud at Florida VA Hospitals, Officials Say
Suspects allegedly defrauded the VA by letting vendors charge inflated prices for products.
Army Officer Pardoned by Trump After Murder Conviction Says He Can't Even Get a Job at Walmart
Army 1st Lt. Clint Lorance was sentenced to 19 years in military prison after he was found guilty of second-degree murder.
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Air Force News
Pentagon Personnel Chief is Latest DoD Leader to Resign
Defense Secretary Mark Esper announced in a statement Friday that James 'Jimmy' Stewart had stepped down.
The Air Force Just Flew a Surveillance Drone for 2 Days Straight
The Air Force just flew an unmanned aircraft for two days, demonstrating the drone's ability to take off and land by itself.
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Marine Corps News
Lejeune Marine Wanted for Murder Escaped After Playing Hide and Seek with Cops Inside an RV for Hours
The 22-year-old suspect was tucked "behind a cabinet, somewhere near the top" inside the recreational vehicle.
PTSD Nearly Killed Him - Now it's Helping Him Help Other Veterans
Bobby Grey believes God has given him this second chance at life as a mission to fight PTSD.
Coast Guard News
Coast Guard Starts Ice-Breaking Work in Western Great Lakes
Officials said they have started what they call “Operation Taconite” in Lake Superior and Lake Michigan.
Overturned Ship's Fuel Tanks Drained of 320,000 Gallons
The Coast Guard said in November that the job could take another year.
Congress Criticizes How Coast Guard Investigates Harassment Claims
The report also found Coast Guard leaders didn't hold officials accountable for deficient investigations.