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Apparently you can steal $1 million from the Air Force and it takes them 3 years to find out
"Corrupt public employees rip off the taxpayers and undermine everyone’s faith in the government.”
Air Force vet who tried to help Trump build border wall with GoFundMe campaign indicted for tax fraud
He allegedly used some of those funds to pay for a 40-foot luxury fishing boat named 'Warfighter.'
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."
President Trump can’t use $3.6 billion in military funds for border wall construction, federal court rules
“It’s past time for Trump to finally give up on trying to raid the federal budget for his wasteful and illegal project.”
An Army major is locked in a 2-year legal battle with a car dealer over a $1 discrepancy
Norm Reeves Honda’s actions 'are no different than the insurgents who bullied the Iraqi and Afghan people during my deployments.’
Pennsylvania man to spend 12 years in prison on stolen valor and theft charges
“He got everything he deserved ... he targeted veterans, stole their money and stole their valor.”
A Virginia man impersonated a Marine and swindled an actual Marine vet out of $250K
“We’ve been asking him to produce documents for five years. He had nothing.”
Missing Texas airman allegedly threatened chain of command before evading arrest
An airman who went missing last month allegedly refused to surrender his personal firearms after he was confronted about a threatening email he’d sent to his chain of command.
Colorado man gets prison time for fatally shooting former soldier
Cortez Enriquez Lee-Read pleaded guilty April 6 to second-degree murder in the heat of passion in the slaying of 22-year-old Dionte Aman Harris.
Former VA doctor charged with sexually molesting veteran during medical exam
Dr. Jonathan Yates caused the veteran severe pain and numbness, and temporarily incapacitated him by cracking his neck before molesting him, according to the criminal complaint.
Former JBLM soldier charged over faking his own death to leave the Army
Devin Mitchell Schmidt, 20, was charged with making a false distress message to the U.S. Coast Guard, which spent $172,000 looking for him.
Navy officer files suit against trans military ban in 1st legal challenge since the policy went into effect in 2019
A Navy officer who’s facing involuntary discharge because of her gender identity has filed suit challenging the Trump administration’s transgender military ban.
Former Navy SEAL sentenced to 5 years for brutally beating man for no apparent reason
Andrew Judge, a 33-year-old decorated Navy SEAL, was found guilty of second-degree assault for an unprovoked attack on a 58-year-old man who was preparing to return to Illinois.
A former airman is headed to prison for stealing a missile warning system
A former major in the Air Force Reserves is going to prison for 33 months after pleading guilty in December for illegally possessing an unregistered silencer and a missile warning...
‘That cavalier misdirection cannot stand’ — Washingtonians ask judge to reduce ‘extremely noisy’ Navy Growler flights
"The overflights subject residents to extreme noise for several hours of the day, day and night, many days of the week."
These Afghan and Iraqi interpreters faced ‘life-threatening delays’ to get their US visas. They sued the government and won
Hundreds of former translators employed by the U.S. military have been killed in Iraq or Afghanistan while waiting for their visa applications to be processed
Judge rules male-only military draft is unconstitutional
A federal judge has ruled that a men-only draft is unconstitutional, but he stopped short of ordering the Selective Service System to register women for military service.
Court Rules In Favor Of Trump’s Ban On Transgender Service Members
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit overturned a decision by a federal judge in Washington, D.C., that blocked the policy, saying it likely violates the...
DoD To Allow Transgender Enlistments As Courts Tear Apart Trump’s Ban
The Department of Defense announced Dec. 11 that it will again allow transgender applicants to join the military starting Jan. … Continued
Federal Judge Blocks Trump’s Military Transgender Ban
A federal judge has blocked parts of President Donald Trump's presidential memo banning transgender Americans from military service, setting up … Continued