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‘They saved our marriage’ — This is what happens when Army leaders actually put people first
“I’m always trying to give back to this unit that has given me my marriage.”
An Air Force tech sergeant just got married in the back of a C-17 cargo jet
The Moose and matrimony are a match made in heaven.
The Army is teaching soldiers how to avoid dating assholes
“[U]nderstanding your values can benefit you morally, mentally, and emotionally."
The Army is investigating a married officer accused of faking deployments and awards amid affairs with several women
"He creates all these imaginary traumas to cloak his lies in.”
The best (and worst) dating sites for people in the military
You have more options than barracks romance.
7 types of people you date while in uniform
What's your MOS?
Army intelligence analyst charged with allegedly murdering his wife
The couple previously filed for divorce in October.
Army special operations medic and pregnant wife die in apparent murder-suicide
"It's a complete shock... It's like a horror movie."
These messages between an Army vet and her terrorist sweetheart will make you cringe
The dating game is a tricky one, as any experienced dater will tell you.
You’re married – now what? A simple guide to packing your parachute
Congratulations! You’ve taken the plunge into married life, which, while exciting, can come with more paperwork than your first day at MEPS. To help simplify the process for you I’ve put together four important steps to help square away your new life together.
Senate candidate and Army Reserve officer admits to sexting California strategist
“For a senior officer to make this mistake is unforgivable."
Soldiers charged in marriage fraud ring at Fort Bragg
The charges include 29 counts of marriage fraud, transporting and harboring aliens, visa fraud, obstruction, unlawful disposition of U.S. property, false statements in immigration matters, and conspiracy to commit marriage fraud, the news release said.
US Forces Japan to troops: Please don’t break quarantine for a one-night stand
Troops in Japan are apparently breaking quarantine for hookups
Turkish major assigned to CENTCOM in Tampa charged with allegedly killing wife
A major in the Turkish military on assignment in Tampa appeared in court Thursday to face charges he tied up his wife and stuck a sock in her mouth before her death
Airman charged with straw purchase of gun used in deadly Grand Forks shooting
The 21-year-old Heard was just old enough to purchase a gun for the underage Torres, prosecutors say.
Family of Grand Forks AFB airman killed in shooting say daughter was scared of fellow airman
"She was afraid of this guy ... there were instances of him being volatile and aggressive and controlling."
Wife of Navy SEAL killed in Afghanistan 15 years ago opens up about love, grief, and acceptance in new book
"You've got to love your job to do what he did, to sacrifice what you do, away from your family. He just always wanted to be a SEAL."
Military catfishing has increased since COVID-19
The COVID-19 crisis has made life more difficult for everyone, as millions of Americans have been stuck at home all day for months with no clear end in sight. On top of everything else going on, there is another threat that has become more popular during the global lockdown: catfishing. That’s right, scammers are using the lack of in-person access to their advantage in the hopes of financially exploiting trusting people. If you aren’t careful, you could become their latest victim.
Army and Marine recruits are having a hell of a time getting birth control, and experts say it’s hurting readiness
“If someone wants to have a baby while serving, they should be allowed. But if they don’t want to ... this approach really helps."
Family of airman killed in Grand Forks AFB shooting says she was victim of domestic violence
"We’re torn apart by the loss of our daughter to a senseless act of domestic violence."
A Gmail scammer tried to impersonate a four-star US Army general to catfish a married woman
Once the scammer was found out, they threatened to send "my troops to get you" and "make a contact for the FBI to get you."
Meet the sailor who’s become the new face of military romance scams
Petty Officer 1st Class Mike Sency is the victim of a long-running series of scams that steal photos of U.S. service members and use them to swindle money out of people online