Friday, September 20, 2019

Packages with explosive material sent to military installations in DC area

Multiple suspicious packages containing explosive material were sent to at least three military installations in the Washington, D.C. area, a senior defense official told...

World War II veteran, 98, presented with French Legion of Honor

A humble 98-year-old Kentucky man has become one of the few World War II veterans to receive the French Legion of Honor, France’s highest...

AF announces Operation Colony Glacier casualty recovery

The Air Force announced June 3 the name of a service member who has been recovered from a C-124 Globemaster II that was lost...

Pearl Harbor hero recognized 76 years after saving 6 from sinking USS Arizona

WASHINGTON – An American hero is finally getting recognition 76 years after the Japanese surprise attack on Pearl Harbor. Ahead of Thursday’s anniversary, the secretary...

Army looks for new ways to address misbehaving generals

WASHINGTON –  The Army is putting together a series of new mental health, counseling and career management programs to shape stronger, more ethical leaders. The...

Air Force: Several dozen criminal histories not given to FBI

WASHINGTON – The Air Force said Tuesday that in addition to failing to alert the FBI to the criminal history of the former airman...

Marine veteran amputee reaches summit of Mount Kilimanjaro: ‘It’s the closest thing to getting...

Waking up around midnight on Aug. 25, Marine Cpl. Kionte Storey began his final trek up Mount Kilimanjaro, the culmination of months of rigorous...

Coast Guard seizes 36,000 lbs. of cocaine during Pacific drug patrol

The U.S. Coast Guard offloaded roughly 36,000 pounds of cocaine into a California pier on Tuesday, which had been seized during a drug patrol...

SECARMY Nominee’s Holdings Present Conflicts of Interest

The billionaire Wall Street trader nominated as the next secretary of the Army is another Trump nominee trying to make his way through the...

U.S. Marines revise tattoo policy, new changes take effect

The Marines Corps overhauled its tattoo policy last week, with the goal of seeking "to balance the personal desires of Marines with high standards...

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Soldier Saves Man’s Life with Hoodie, Ink Pen…except, he didn’t

The story was ready-made for an Army public affairs splash – “hero soldier uses ingenuity, hoodie, and an ink pen to save man’s life.”...

Doctor caught dyeing his patient’s genitals now practices at Fort Polk

A former Mesa County, Colorado gynecologist who dyed a patient's vagina purple in what he called a "joke" has avoided jail time as part...

Legal and ethical questions surround rapping recruiter’s viral video

2018 has been a tough year for U.S. Army Recruiting Command. After failing to meet the fiscal year recruiting mission at the end of...