Army Spc. Kwele Jones, a Soldier with the 449th Theater Aviation Brigade, kisses his baby after his unit's deployment ceremony. Photo: Sgt. Jamar Pugh/ U.S. National Guard

The Army is finally joining the 21st century — in parental care, at least.

A new memo that went into effect last week will recognize either parent as the main caretaker of the child, not just the mother, and it more than doubles the time available to the other parent.

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The Sun Herald/New Orleans Advocate

An off-duty Coast Guard member‘s wedding day turned into a rescue mission after he saved a teen from the water.

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U.S. Navy/Culinary Specialist Seaman Jonathan Perez

Love is hard to find. It's even harder if you're in the Navy.

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Twitter/TODAY Show

Three-year-old Annalynne Magallon has cerebral palsy, but her family is ineligible for Medicaid to help pay for her care because her father earns too much at the Fort Worth Police Department.

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Ron Klain/Twitter

As a one-time ‘Ebola czar’ under President Barack Obama, Democratic political operative Ron Klain spent months fighting to stop viral outbreaks. On Friday, though, he found himself in the middle of one.

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Task & Purpose

Dating after the military can be a very eye-opening experience, especially for women. Sometimes they encounter the all-too-well-known Fan Boy. This is someone who really should have just joined the military, but instead he fetishizes the uniform. Is it harmless that he likes to wear your uniform to bed? Yes. It is still weird? Yes.

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