The trial for a soldier arrested in September for providing help for people to build bombs and for discussing plans to attack an American news network — who prosecutors have reportedly called a "Satanist" — has been delayed until January, according to the Associated Press and confirmed by Task & Purpose.

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Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay (U.S. Navy/Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Bradley J. Gee)

The first part of the Kings Bay munitions theft prosecution began to draw to a close Tuesday after three former Marines pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court to their roles in the conspiracy.

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White House/Lawrence Jackson

Law enforcement intercepted two "suspicious packages" sent to the offices of President Barack Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Wednesday, the Secret Service announced on Wednesday.

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U.S. Marine Corps/Kowshon Ye

The Air Force personnel tasked with overseeing security and force protection for a critical leg of the U.S. nuclear triad would like your help tracking down some of the explosives they lost.

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U.S Navy/Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Kelsey J. Hockenberger

Remember that old show World's Dumbest Criminals?

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Infantry platoons bristle with direct-fire weapons, but everyone loves a grenade. Grenades give ground troops the ability to send a big boom of fire and shrapnel over a wall or hedgerow, inside a window, or wherever else you can wing one. The catch, of course, is that a hand grenade’s range tops out at roughly 40 meters, depending on whether the grenade-hurler tried out for the minors before joining the military.

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