FE Warren nuke maintainers caught drinking alcohol at missile alert facility
Global Strike Command regulations prohibit drinking alcohol in missile alert facilities, and a spokesman for the 90th Missile Wing called it an "unacceptable breach of standards."
Navy: Sailor pleads guilty to espionage
Electrician’s Mate (Nuclear) 2nd Class Stephen Kellogg III wanted to turn over nuclear secrets to Sevmash, Russia's largest shipbuilding enterprise, according to the FBI.
States’ increasing restrictions and bans could put abortions ‘out of reach’ for some military women
Military women face financial and logistical hurdles in seeking abortions in the civilian community.
Trump visits Arlington National Cemetery before Memorial Day
President Donald Trump will be in Japan on a state visit on Monday.
Senate passes $19 billion disaster relief bill that will benefit Tyndall and Offutt AFBs and Camp Lejeune
The Senate on Thursday passed a long-overdue $19 billion disaster aid bill that will help the Air Force and Marine Corps continue recovery work.
West Point to graduate record number of black female cadets
The class of cadets preparing to jubilantly toss their caps in the air at the U.S. Military Academy’s graduation ceremony Saturday includes 34 black women, a record number that’s a sign of concerted efforts to diversify West Point’s Long Gray Line.
Man accused of burying his dead mom in his backyard to collect Social Security, VA benefits
An Arizona man has been arrested for allegedly burying his dead mother in his backyard to continue receiving her Social Security checks and Veterans Affairs benefits.
Judge denies request to dismiss lawsuits against the Air Force over Texas church attack
A federal judge has rejected a defense request to claims against the U.S. Air Force stemming from a 2017 massacre at a Texas church that left more than two dozen people dead.
Liberal groups want 2020 Dems to back Pentagon spending cuts
Nearly two dozen progressive groups are launching a new push to persuade Democratic presidential candidates to support dramatic spending cuts at the Pentagon.
US charges WikiLeaks founder with publishing classified info
In a case with significant First Amendment implications, the U.S. filed new charges Thursday against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, accusing him of violating the Espionage Act by publishing secret documents containing the names of confidential military and diplomatic sources.
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American who joined the Taliban is released from prison after 17 years

John Walker Lindh, the Californian who took up arms for the Taliban and was captured by U.S. forces in Afghanistan in 2001, got out of prison Thursday after more than 17 years, released under tight restrictions that reflected government fears he still harbors radical views.