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An Air Force general is about to be court-martialed for the first time in history [Updated]
"I think five or six years ago this never would go to trial."
Dozens of lawmakers demand release of Marine lieutenant colonel from pretrial confinement
"This confinement appears to be simply for messaging, retribution and convenience."
Recon Marine accused of dumping stolen grenades, thousands of rounds of ammo into California ravine
He's also been charged with obstruction of justice.
This is the first general to be court-martialed in Air Force history
"This was not a decision made lightly, but I believe it was the right decision.”
Let the good times roll: A Marine lieutenant is getting kicked out for trying to sell Ecstasy at Camp Lejeune
The LT wasn't lost. He was at a rave.
Fort Bliss soldier charged with two counts of murder and laundry list of other offenses
The soldier faces more than a dozen charges.
Air Force colonel faces court-martial on sexual assault charges
The court-martial is set to begin March 29.
The major flaws in the Air Force justice system that let generals go unpunished
“You would never let someone who last stepped in the cockpit as a junior captain take over as wing commander, but that’s what we do for trials."
Army Special Forces colonel acquitted of sexual assault charges
Army Special Forces Col. Kevin Russell was charged with five counts of sexual assault.
Court-martial to begin for Special Forces colonel accused of sexual assault
Russell was charged with five counts of sexual assault.
San Diego attorney seeks justice for Marine confined more than two years without trial or charges
"I can't believe how long this case has been sitting around," said the Marine's attorney.
Court martial begins for SEAL Team 6 operator accused in nude photo scheme
"He was willing to be whoever he needed to be to get those photos."
Military retirees can be court-martialed after all, appeals court decides
In the latest turn of a dramatic and winding court saga, a naval appeals court has released a split decision finding that a Navy retiree was properly court-martialed and convicted for a crime committed after he had left active duty
‘Cowards’ — Eddie Gallagher strikes back at the SEALs who testified against him
"The fight to clear my name is not over," Gallagher says.
Air Force officer who fled court-martial found dead following standoff with police
An Air Force officer assigned to Creech Air Force Base in Nevada was found dead near Redwood Valley, California on Sunday following a standoff with police.
Coast Guardsman accused of killing shipmate heading to court martial in 2020
Charges against Tucker include involuntary manslaughter and making a false official statement.
Soldier charged in deadly West Point vehicle rollover will face court-martial
The schedule will be set by a military judge.
This new military true crime podcast will make you pull your woobie over your head
"It's the stories of the 'heroes' that commit heinous crimes — that brought me to create Military Murder."
New Mexico airman could face court-martial over fatal car crash
"I don't want to get into the gory details here, but he hit her at such a speed that her death occurred immediately.”
The Coast Guard accused a seaman of murdering a shipmate. New evidence tells a different story
A Coast Guard seaman accused of murder was released from a San Diego brig Monday as the admiral overseeing his prosecution ordered a new hearing in the case
Air Force to airmen: consume CBD and you’ll fail your drug test
"It's important for both uniformed and civilian Airmen to understand the risk these products pose to their careers."
Court withdraws controversial legal opinion that determined court-martialing military retirees was unconstitutional
The Navy-Marine Corps Court of Criminal Appeals will reconsider the case of Stephen Begani, a retired Navy chief petty officer who faced a court-martial after leaving the military. The court also withdrew its July 31 opinion on court-martialing retirees, according to an Oct. 1 order
Eddie Gallagher busted down one rank after being found guilty of posing for photo with ISIS fighter’s body
A military jury sentenced Navy SEAL Chief Eddie Gallagher to a reduction in rank to E-6, along with four months confinement and forfeiture of pay.
Military appeals court dismisses child sexual abuse conviction of Marine colonel
A military appeals court on Monday dismissed the conviction of a Marine colonel who had been found guilty of child sexual abuse in 2017.
The trial of Navy SEAL Chief Eddie Gallagher is coming to a close
The court-martial of Special Operations Chief Edward Gallagher neared the conclusion of its trial phase after a bumpy two weeks of testimony for Navy prosecutors in a case that has drawn the attention of U.S. President Donald Trump.