Wright-Pat orders airmen out of homes near KKK rally if they don’t have commander’s OK
Authorities are concerned about the potential for violence stemming from the white supremacist group’s rally.
This is the hefty toll bird strikes have inflicted on the Air Force since 1995
Bird strikes can easily result in devastating -- and sometimes fatal -- damage to aircraft.
TurboTax to troops: Here’s a ‘discount’ for something that should be free
Some troops who've filed by going to the TurboTax Military page said they were charged as much as $150 — even though, under a government deal, service members making under $66,000 are supposed to be able to file with TurboTax for free.
When it comes to missile-killing lasers, the US Navy is ready to burn its ships
A Hawaii-based destroyer will be the first surface combatant to integrate a laser.
US officials: Plan may send up to 10,000 troops to Mideast
The Pentagon on Thursday will present plans to the White House to send up to 10,000 more troops to the Middle East, in a move to beef up defenses against potential Iranian threats, U.S. officials said Wednesday.
SEAL defense claims prosecution withheld information from judge about email spying
"It appears the prosecutors may have lied to the judge, and that he didn’t authorize it and didn’t know what they were really doing."
NTSB: Plane veered back and forth before stopping in river
The veering of the plane during landing was among new details released Thursday by the National Transportation Safety Board, which is investigating why the plane ended up in the St. Johns River at Naval Air Station Jacksonville.
New GI Bill transfer rule will impact older service members
Act now or you could lose your ability to transfer GI Bill benefits after July 12.
VA employee charged with spying on women in restroom
Five women were recorded on two hidden cameras in this women's bathroom, one of who appeared multiple times.
Beijing protests American warships sailing through the Taiwan Strait (again)
The two vessels were the guided-missile destroyer Preble and the oiler Walter S. Diehl, according to the 7th Fleet.
Why the Portable Certification of Spouses Act would increase employment success for military spouses when they PCS
Military spouses in licensed professions need not sacrifice their careers just because their spouse received a permanent change of station, this writer says.
Nebraska police chief quits amid military service questions
A northeast Nebraska police chief has resigned after questions were raised about what he said were years of service in the U.S. Marines.
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