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2 hrs ago | Seattle Post-Intelligencer
Two reporters for The New York Times have sued the Department of Homeland Security after they were questioned at an airport as they headed to overseas assignments.
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6 hrs ago | The Island Packet
Bomb squads were called to the Bluffton Police Department Monday morning when a man brought explosive military ordnance to officers for disposal, according to a news release from the department.
10 hrs ago | CE News
Naval Facilities Engineering Command announced the winners of its 2014 Military and Civilian Engineers of the Year Awards Dec. 9. Lt.
14 hrs ago | Saipan Tribune
By LANCE CPL. ANTONIO RUBIO Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni TINIAN, Northern Mariana Islands -Marine Wing Support Squadron-171 conducted an arrestment landing exercise using two M-31 Marine Corps expeditionary arresting gear systems on Dec. 5 at Tinian's West Field during Exercise Forager Fury II.
19 hrs ago | The Inter-Mountain
He was born July 24, 1927, in Buckhannon, a son of the late John Richard and Versie Mae Huffman Courtney.
Cpl. Nicholas Zablonski, with Black Sea Rotational Force 14, participates in Exercise Peace Sentinel in Novo Selo, Bulgaria, on Nov. 7. The bilateral exercise included battalion-size defense and raid operations.
At least three duped donors who gave money to a waitress and former Marine who claimed a family left her a homophobic note instead of a tip have had their donations refunded via PayPal, according to the founder of the web site that had first publicized the story and posts on the site.
The U.S. defense secretary tells Marines in southwestern Afghanistan that a possible congressional budget deal could ease the automatic spending cuts that have hit the military hard.
U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel on Sunday offered troops a rare glimmer of hope on the department's financial woes, saying a possible budget agreement back home could ease the automatic spending cuts that have hit the military hard.
Nebraska's most battle-tested soldier turned in his retirement papers last month.
This photo provided courtesy of Virginia M. Cleary shows her brother, Robert D. Corriveau, in his dress United States Marines uniform in 1965.
An all-honors student and varsity soccer player, Luc LaChance could have had his pick of colleges when he left Slippery Rock High School in Butler County.
The Weirton Area Museum and Cultural Center unveiled its new exhibit on Weirton Mayors Saturday afternoon, and Mayor George Kondik, left, and former mayors, Don Mentzer; Dean Harris; Sam Kusic, son of Mayor Sam Kusic; Ed Bowman; and Bill Miller attended.
Indiana Legionnaires from across the state met Saturday at the US Navy-Marine Corps Reserve Center on 30th street in Indianapolis to mark the 72nd anniversary of the bombing of the military bases on the Indiana Legionnaires from across the state met Saturday at the US Navy-Marine Corps Reserve Center on 30th street in Indianapolis to mark the 72nd ... (more)
Gov. Tom Corbett and military officials from the state are honoring five Pennsylvania survivors of the 1941 Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor that launched the U.S. into World War II.
It was proclaimed in its day by national press as the best photograph to be taken of an atomic bomb explosion.
Air Force enlisted members advance to pay grades E-5 through E-7 faster than they did before recent wars, but still slower than peers in every other branch of service.