Rocket attack hits near US Embassy in Baghdad’s Green Zone
A rocket was fired into the Iraqi capital's heavily fortified Green Zone Sunday night, landing less than a mile from the sprawling U.S. Embassy, an Iraqi military spokesman said.
US conducts Navy exercises in Arabian Sea
The U.S. Navy says it has conducted exercises in the Arabian Sea with a carrier strike group ordered to the Persian Gulf to counter an unspecified threat from Iran.
Male sailors created ‘rape lists’ of female shipmates on Georgia-based submarine
Recent reports cite a Navy investigation uncovering "rape lists" onboard the guided-missile submarine Florida.
3 Silent Drill Platoon Marines booted from the Corps after hazing investigation
The investigation into hazing within the Silent Drill Platoon uncovered incidents of assault with closed and open fists and the use of a rifle buttstock as a weapon.
This is how 1,500-plus aircraft bird strikes have affected the Marine Corps in the past 15 years
In 2011, a hawk collided with a Marine AH-1W Cobra causing the aircraft to come apart, killing both pilots.
Judge weighs request to dismiss lawsuits against Air Force over church attack
A federal judge says he’ll rule soon on whether to dismiss claims filed in several lawsuits against the U.S. Air Force in connection with a 2017 massacre at a Texas church.
Boot camp revives the lost art of letter writing
Founded in 2015 by a Marine Corps veteran, a free app lets subscribers write a letter and attach a photo, which will be delivered in hard-copy form to the recruit, along with an addressed envelope to the sender and a stamp.
Historian works to ‘humanize those enslaved’ at Fort Monroe
A trove of historical records tells us Fort Monroe in Hampton was built on the backs of thousands of African slaves.
Once again, Iraq caught up in tensions between US and Iran
When U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo sat down with Iraqi officials in Baghdad last week as tensions mounted between America and Iran, he delivered a nuanced message: If you’re not going to stand with us, stand aside.
Col. Ned Stark on his provocative columns: 'I had no idea I was setting off a powderkeg’
"I had no idea the scope and the intensity that this would bring.”
How Hollywood can really help the U.S. military
No one should do more to provide an environment free of sexual abuse than the U.S. military — one occurrence is one too many.
As tensions rise, could Iran mistake airliners for warplanes?
Iraqi officials said ExxonMobil Corp. began evacuating staff from Basra, and Bahrain ordered its citizens out of Iraq and Iran over "the recent escalations and threats."
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