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Family & Relationships
The Bravest Thing I’ve Ever Done Is Become A Full-Time Parent
There's little security in being the parent who holds the family together when the other parent constantly absent.
Investigators Rule SEAL Trainee’s Death A Homicide
A sailor who died while training to become a SEAL was the victim of homicide by drowning, according to a new report.
Benghazi Probe Finds Marines’ Response Was Slowed By Uniform Changes
The 800-page report details what are described as communication and intelligence failures and leadership gaps.
Fallen SEAL Had Already Earned Silver Star Battling 100 ISIS Fighters
A Navy SEAL killed in May in a gunfight with Islamic State militants in northern Iraq had already earned the Silver Star.
The Incredible Story Behind The Iwo Jima Photo Discovery
Here’s the story behind one of the most iconic photographs of Marines in World War II that had been misidentified for decades.
When Does A Cyber Attack Constitute An Act Of War? We Still Don’t Know
Pentagon leaders are still trying to figure out when a cyber attack against the United States would constitute an act of war.
Vietnam War Army Pilot To Receive The Medal Of Honor
Army Lt. Col. Charles Kettles will receive the Medal of Honor for saving 44 American soldiers during a May 15, 1967 enemy ambush in the Vietnam War.
Hackers Crack Pentagon’s Cyber Walls More Than 130 Times
Under the “Hack The Pentagon” program, hackers found 138 “vulnerabilities” in the Defense Department’s cyber defenses.
Pentagon Can’t Confirm Death Of ISIS Leader Baghdadi
Numerous reports have emerged that ISIS leader Abu Bakr al Baghdadi was killed on Sunday, but the U.S. can't confirm it.
Army Reserve Captain Among Those Killed In Mass Shooting At Orlando Nightclub
U.S. Army Reserve officer Antonio Davon Brown was among those killed at an Orlando nightclub on Sunday.
Military Spouses Suffer From Sleep Deprivation, New Study Shows
A new study revealed military spouses are getting below the average amount of sleep recommended for adults.
Gear & Tech
Troops In California Exempt From New Smoking Age Law
A new California law on smoking age explicitly exempts active-duty members of the military from having to comply.
To Cut Taxpayer Costs, Commissaries Have To Close, New Report Says
A new report found budget neutrality cannot be reached through store closures unless the commissary system is shut down completely.
US Plans To Commit Combat Troops To NATO’s Eastern Flank
Russia is likely to view the deployment of additional forces as a threat, but it's unclear how strongly it will react, sources say.
After Tragic Crash, Blue Angels Return To Florida To Grieve And Regroup
The Blue Angels have canceled their scheduled appearance this weekend at the Great Tennessee Airshow.
New Tattoo Policy Lets Marines Get Wedding Ring Ink, But Not Sleeves
Here are the changes just made to the Marine Corps' tattoo policy.
DoD Announces First Service Member Wounded In Fight Against ISIS In Syria
A service member was wounded in Syria over the weekend, the Pentagon announced.