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Military Movie Madness: Round of 8 voting now openMilitary Movie Madness: Round of 8 voting now openMaverick vs. Patton. Kubrick vs. Oliver Stone. Lee Marvin vs. The Duke. The search for the best military movie heats up.
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Lawsuit revives controversy on explicit songbookLawsuit revives controversy on explicit songbookA new lawsuit that seeks to stop the Defense Department from putting commanders in charge of sexual assault cases in their units has revived a 2012 controversy over a sexually explicit songbook allegedly used by some fighter pilots.
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Remaining U.S. troops in Liberia committed to stamping out EbolaRemaining U.S. troops in Liberia committed to stamping out EbolaFor the remaining 100 U.S. personnel supporting Ebola-related contingencies in Monrovia — down from 2,800, which deployed to the region throughout the year — the mission is to monitor cases as they tick down — and stay — at zero.
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The Big Stick invades EnglandThe Big Stick invades EnglandThe Big Stick hit the shores of merry old England last week.
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Army leaders make case for AMPV decisionArmy leaders make case for AMPV decisionArmy officials shot down the possibility for a wheeled ambulance variant of the armored multipurpose vehicle (AMPV), just the latest chapter in a drama over the vehicle between industry, the Army and Capitol Hill.
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Air Force jet trainer replacement could grow by 200Air Force jet trainer replacement could grow by 200If the US Air Force decides to move in the direction of a unified undergraduate jet trainer, the winner of the T-X trainer replacement competition could see its production run jump by an estimated 200 jets.
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Trial begins for ex-Navy SEAL accused of lying to policeTrial begins for ex-Navy SEAL accused of lying to policeThe trial for former Navy SEAL Christopher Heben begins in Akron on Tuesday.
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Task Force Violent: The unforgivenTask Force Violent: The unforgivenPart 3: Marine commandos survived this nightmare. No one believed their story
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Army seeks faster, better focused acquisitionArmy seeks faster, better focused acquisitionThe US Army's chief of doctrine development and future plans said the service is conducting high-level discussions to revise the way it conducts wartime acquisitions, in part to make them quicker.
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Marine hospitalized after accidental on-base shootingMarine hospitalized after accidental on-base shootingMarine Corps Security Forces Guard Dan Cary, 19, is recovering in a Florida hospital after being shot aboard a sub base.
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Motel 'party' with strangers preceded spy agency shootingMotel 'party' with strangers preceded spy agency shootingPolice say two cross-dressing men who crashed into a guarded entrance to the National Security Agency in a stolen car met the vehicle's owner in Baltimore before heading to a hotel to "party."
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Veteran confronts panhandler wearing military uniformVeteran confronts panhandler wearing military uniformA Florida Army veteran confronted a man panhandling after he noticed some discrepancies with his uniform.
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Georgian president: Nation must deepen EU, NATO tiesGeorgian president: Nation must deepen EU, NATO tiesThe president of the former Soviet republic of Georgia says the country will continue its push for deepening relations with NATO and the European Union.
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Germany, France, Italy plan to develop military dronesGermany, France, Italy plan to develop military dronesGermany and France plan to work together with Italy to develop military surveillance drones that could also carry weapons.
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Student loan recipients on repayment strikeStudent loan recipients on repayment strikeFormer students say the Education Department should have done a better job of regulating for-profit schools.
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NATO chief: Convoy of U.S. troops tests skills and bridgesNATO chief: Convoy of U.S. troops tests skills and bridgesNATO's supreme commander in Europe says a convoy of U.S. troops crossing eastern Europe is a way of reassuring allies of the military alliance's support and of practicing little-used skills.
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Loyola plans new computer systems degreeLoyola plans new computer systems degreeThe program is designed to appeal to students who want to go into business.
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Film showcases majestic West Point stained-glass windowsFilm showcases majestic West Point stained-glass windowsWest Point is known for molding the Army's top brass, not necessarily for its collection of stained glass.
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Turkey: Training, arming Syrian rebels could start in MayTurkey: Training, arming Syrian rebels could start in MayTurkey's defense minister says a joint Turkish-U.S. program to train and arm Syrian rebels fighting the Islamic State group could begin in May.
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Former National Guard soldier sentenced in luring caseFormer National Guard soldier sentenced in luring caseA former North Dakota Army National Guard soldier who admitted to luring teenage girls over the Internet for sex has been sentenced to serve 25 years in prison.
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Exclusive Q&A: 'Parenthood' TV star becomes Navy wifeExclusive Q&A: 'Parenthood' TV star becomes Navy wifeMilitary Times talks to the actress and Dr. Daniel C. Allison about their upcoming transition into military life.
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Questions remain in officer-involved shooting at NSAQuestions remain in officer-involved shooting at NSAThe warnings are strong and security is always tight, but most drivers are versed in the daily routine as thousands of employees and contractors stream through the closely guarded entrance to the National Security Agency.
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Canada approves extension and expansion of IS missionCanada approves extension and expansion of IS missionCanada's Parliament has approved a one-year extension of military mission against the Islamic State group that includes airstrikes on targets in Syria.
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Saudi-led forces pound Yemen Shiite rebels as Iran sends aidSaudi-led forces pound Yemen Shiite rebels as Iran sends aidSaudi-led coalition warplanes pounded Yemen's Shiite rebels for a sixth day on Tuesday, destroying missiles and weapons depots and for the first time using warships to bomb the rebel-held airport and eastern outskirts of the port city of Aden.
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Officials: Iran nuke talks to continue in new phaseOfficials: Iran nuke talks to continue in new phaseWorld powers and Iran were on Tuesday preparing to issue a general statement agreeing to continue negotiations in a new phase of efforts to reach a nuclear deal, the Associated Press reported.
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Report: Hawaii supervisor manipulated VA claims dataReport: Hawaii supervisor manipulated VA claims dataA supervisor at the Veterans Administration office in Honolulu was manipulating data to make it look like the agency was processing veterans' benefits claims faster than they actually were, according to a new report by the VA Office of Inspector General.
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Surviving Doolittle Raiders to give Congressional Gold Medal to Air Force museumSurviving Doolittle Raiders to give Congressional Gold Medal to Air Force museumMore than seven decades after an audacious bombing run by the "Doolittle Tokyo Raiders" rallied their own nation while stunning another, the World War II heroes are still adding to their legacy.
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New details shed light on the two men who rammed a stolen SUV into the gate at NSA headquarters at Ft. Meade. One suspect was later killed and another was critically hurt in a shooting with NSA police.
A Florida Army veteran confronted a man panhandling after he noticed some discrepancies with his uniform.
Marine veteran Max Uriarte has become a leading voice in the post-9/11 military’s counter culture movement. As creator of the wildly popular web comic Terminal Lance — which also appears weekly in Marine Corps Times.
One person is reported dead and two are injured after a vehicle tried to ram the gates of the NSA headquarters at Fort Meade in Maryland Monday morning.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter is considering changes to military enlistment standards and might also increase retention benefits.
The Delta IV launched into space Friday with astronaut Scott Kelly who will be on a year-long mission.
With the U.S. now launching airstrikes against ISIS in Tikrit, the three parties involved are making different claims about who is helping whom.
U.S. officials say Defense Secretary Ash Carter is hearing of serious reservations from top military leaders after saying he's open-minded about ending the Pentagon's ban on transgender troops. (March 24)
President Obama on Tuesday formally abandoned his pledge to bring U.S. troop levels in Afghanistan down to 5,000 by the end of this year, saying the current force of about 10,000 will remain there into 2016.
President Obama announced Tuesday 9,800 U.S. troops will remain Afghanistan through the end of 2015.
Military units have contacted 100 service members who were named on a "kill list" posted online by an Islamic State group.
It's been 10 years since the iconic moment when then Staff Sgt. Mike Maroney saved a little girl from Hurricane Katrina's floodwaters. For Maroney, it was a brief moment of joy during what seemed like a hopeless mission.
An Air Force veteran was arrested and accused of attempting to provide material support to a designated foreign terror organization, specifically ISIS. Tairod Nathan Webster Pugh was in the military from 1986 to 1990.
Cold region and mountaineering experts from the U.S. and eleven other countries gathered at Black Rapids Alaska for joint training.
The Lousiana National Guard shared information about the four soldiers killed when a Black Hawk helicopter crashed off of the coast of Florida. Seven Marines were also killed in the crash.
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