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U.S. Navy Sea, Air, and Land Team Members conduct military field operations during exercise TRIDENT 18-4 at Hurlburt Field, Florida, 11 July, 2018. Exercise TRIDENT is a Joint Staff J7 Joint National Training Capability (JNTC) accredited Joint Exercise Program.

Air Force identifies airman, civilian shot at Hurlburt Field

The civilian husband of an airman shot and killed himself after wounding his wife in a domestic incident Friday.

Green Berets assigned to 3rd Special Group (Airborne) prepare an exfiltration on August 15, 2019, near Hurlburt Field, FL

One dead, one injured in domestic dispute at Hurlburt Field

One person is dead, and another is injured and has been taken to a local hospital, in connection with a domestic disturbance involving gunfire that erupted late Friday afternoon at Hurlburt Field, headquarters of Air Force Special Operations Command

Natasha Aposhian

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."

Navy F/A-19 NAS Oceana

Suspect shot in Naval Air Station Oceana Commissary parking lot in Virginia Beach

NAS Oceana Naval Security Forces shot a person suspected of domestic violence in the parking lot of the Oceana Commissary around 3:30 p.m. Saturday, according to a Navy spokeswoman.


How we found out about a shocking loophole in a military policy meant to protect victims of domestic violence

Task & Purpose reporter Haley Britzky explains how she found out that a military policy meant to help victims of domestic violence may end up doing more harm than good, due to an unforeseen loophole.