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Trump vows the Navy will not revoke Eddie Gallagher’s SEAL trident
President Donald Trump has nixed any effort by the Navy to excommunicate Eddie Gallagher from the SEAL community
Navy could take away tridents for Eddie Gallagher and other SEALs
Rear Adm. Collin Green, the head of Naval Special Warfare Command, will decide whether to rescind the tridents for Eddie Gallagher and three other SEALs.
‘What happens after that is out of their control’ — Former military leaders and lawyers react to Trump’s war crimes pardons
"The President hasn't made it clear why he acted as he did. It can't be that combat is simply too hard for the common man," said retired Gen. Martin Dempsey, former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
Trump restores Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher’s rank to chief petty officer
President Donald Trump has helped Eddie Gallagher for months and congratulated him when he was found not guilty of murder.
Esper won’t say how he advised Trump on the Gallagher, Golsteyn, and Lorance war crimes cases
"I had a robust discussion with the president yesterday and I offered – as I do in all matters – the facts, the options, my advice, the recommendations and we'll see how things play out."
Trump expected to intervene in Golsteyn, Lorance, and Gallagher war crimes cases by Veterans Day
"The president … has a lot of latitude under the Uniform Code of Military Justice to dismiss a case or change a sentence," said Fox News contributor Pete Hegseth. "From what I understand that is likely what will happen here shortly"
Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher’s family is asking Trump for a presidential pardon
Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher plans on asking President Donald Trump for a presidential pardon, his family announced on Thursday
Top Navy admiral upholds sentence for Eddie Gallagher but will let him retire as an E-6
Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Mike Gilday upheld the sentence for Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher, who earlier this year was found not guilty of allegedly killing an ISIS detainee in Iraq, allowing him to retire at a reduced rank of First Class Petty Officer (E6) rather than being automatically reduced to an E1 in accordance with Navy regulations
Fired SEAL Team 7 leaders file IG complaint accusing top SEAL admiral of ‘abuse of power’
Attorney Jeremiah Sullivan claims that Naval Special Warfare Command's senior leaders knew that SEALs were drinking alcohol while deployed, despite General Order No. 1.
Navy secretary expands JAG review ordered after the Gallagher fiasco to include Marine Corps
Navy Secretary Richard Spencer's move builds on a review of the Navy's legal system ordered by former Chief of Naval Operations John Richardson on Aug. 1 following the disastrous prosecution of Navy Special Warfare Operator 1st Class Eddie Gallagher, who was acquitted of killing a wounded ISIS fighter but found guilty of posing for an unofficial picture with the man's corpse
Ex-attorney for Eddie Gallagher says the acquitted SEAL owes him up to $1 million
In the complaint, Texas-based attorney Colby Vokey says Navy SEAL Petty Officer 1st Class Eddie Gallagher is in breach of a contract he signed in October and Vokey is seeking $200,000 to $1 million in damages
Navy reassigns prosecutor caught trying to spy on Gallagher defense team before trial
"The role of Senior Trial Counsel at RLSO SW will now be filled by Cmdr. Phil Hamon," a spokesman said.
Admiral that oversaw Eddie Gallagher prosecution implicated in ‘Fat Leonard’ probe, Navy documents indicate
Redacted Navy documents and the command history of Navy Region Southwest Commander Rear Adm. Bette Bolivar indicate she was investigated in connection with the so-called "Fat Leonard" scandal and had received gifts from the contractor in 1998
Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher’s fate is now in the hands of the service’s top admiral
Chief of Naval Operations Adm. John Richardson will approve the final sentence for Special Warfare Operator 1st Class Eddie Gallagher.
Trump orders Navy to rescind awards given to prosecutors who lost case against Eddie Gallagher
President Donald Trump is ordering the Secretary of the Navy and Chief of Naval Operations to rescind awards given to prosecutors who were "ridiculously" awarded Navy Achievement Medals after losing the case against former SEAL Chief Eddie Gallagher
The SEALs can learn a lot from the Marines about honesty
Unlike the SEALs, the Marines understand that hiding bad news does not make it go away.
Booze. Coke. Hazing. Forced redeployment. What’s wrong with the Navy SEALs?
The SEALS have faced a remarkable fall from grace, yet Special Operations Command claims the problems they face are not systemic.
Eddie Gallagher was found not guilty on the most serious charges, but he could still leave the Navy as an E1
Eddie Gallagher dodged the most serious charges the Navy threw at him during his court martial, but his final sentence could be far worse than what the jury originally handed down, according to Navy officials
Eddie Gallagher wants to know if you also took photos with enemy corpses
The Navy SEAL who raised nearly $750,000 from a community of supporters to successfully fight war crimes charges in a San Diego court-martial is again asking for the public's help for one more round with the Navy
Trial for Navy SEAL who was Eddie Gallagher’s commanding officer set to begin in September
"If the witnesses testify the same as they did in Gallagher, the evidence doesn't support any convictions for Lt. Portier."
Trump says ‘glad I could help!’ in congratulatory tweet to Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher
President Donald Trump said in a congratulatory tweet on Wednesday morning that he was "glad he could help" Navy SEAL Chief Eddie Gallagher, a day after Gallagher was found not guilty of murder but found guilty of posing for a photo with a corpse.
Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher found not guilty of murder
The jury in the military trial of Navy SEAL Chief Eddie Gallagher has found him not guilty of premeditated murder and attempted murder during a deployment to Iraq in 2017.
Eddie Gallagher’s life is now in the hands of 7 jurors
The trial of Navy SEAL Chief Eddie Gallagher has finished and now the decision is in the hands of the jury.
Marine attached to SEAL platoon testifies that Eddie Gallagher didn’t stab wounded ISIS fighter
An Iraqi general and a U.S. Marine testifying in the murder trial of a U.S. Navy SEAL said on Thursday they never saw the platoon leader stab a wounded detainee in the neck, disputing the central allegation in the prosecution's war crimes case.
Navy prosecutors are weighing perjury charges against their own witness for claiming he, not Gallagher, murdered an ISIS prisoner
Navy prosecutors are considering perjury charges for a prosecution witness who confessed to killing the prisoner of war Navy SEAL Edward Gallagher is accused of murdering in shocking testimony last week