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A domestic dispute in Theresa, New York, reportedly turned into a double murder on July 9, when Army soldier Justin Walters allegedly shot his wife, Nichole, and a state trooper named Joel Davis.

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On June 15, the U.S. Army announced that it will maintain an end strength of just over a million soldiers despite previous plans to reduce troop numbers to 980,000 by fiscal year 2018.

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U.S. Army photo by Spc. Eric Cabral

On Dec. 10, Tracy Worwood, a former U.S. Army soldier, was criminally charged with illegally possessing a live anti-tank round at his home in Tacoma, Washington. According to charges filed in Pierce County Superior Court, Worwood, 44, said that he received the AT-4 anti-tank round as a going away present when he left the Army in 2005. He claims he didn’t realize it was live and potentially deadly, reports Kiro7.com.

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