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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.
Security guards patrol the sidewalk in front of a Veterans Affairs hospital in Pittsburgh on Feb. 6, 2013.
Why Is The VA Buying Guns And Tactical Equipment?
Between 2005 and 2014, the Department of Veterans Affairs spent more than $11 million on weapons and security equipment.
In this Friday, Sept. 21, 2012 file photo, Libyan civilians watch fires at an Ansar al-Shariah Brigades compound, after hundreds of Libyans, Libyan Military, and Police raided the Brigades base, in Benghazi, Libya.
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.
U.S. Navy file photo of Special Warfare Operator 1st Class Charles Keating IV, 31, of San Diego.
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.
National Guard soldiers and airmen move swiftly through the Cyber City area of operation as Blue Team defenders during Cyber Shield 2016 at Camp Atterbury, Ind., April 20, 2016.
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.
Maj. Charles Kettles poses in front of a 121st Aviation Company, UH-1H helicopter, during his second tour of duty in Vietnam in 1969.
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.
Louisiana National Guard Lt. Col. Henry T. Capello, chief communications plans officer, trains members of the Cyber Defense Incident Response Team to defend the state’s cyber assets at Louisiana State University’s Stephenson Disaster Management Institute in Baton Rouge, La., Nov. 15, 2015.
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.
The leader of the militant Islamic State, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, pictured in a public appearance at a mosque in the centre of Iraq's second city, Mosul, according to a video recording posted on the Internet on July 5, 2014.
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.