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There’s a lot more to be outraged about in the US military than ‘wokeness’
Troops can finally bring medical malpractice claims against the military. But there’s a catch
18 people file claims against the federal government for chemical exposure at decommissioned California base
Supreme Court refuses to hear case about 2017 Marine recruit hazing death
Lawsuit over 2016 hazing death of Muslim Marine recruit headed to Supreme Court
After 70 years, service members are finally filing medical malpractice claims against the US military
A new law could finally force DoD to compensate troops who suffered from military doctors’ mistakes
A Corpsman went to a military hospital for a routine shoulder surgery. 4 days later he was dead, and his parents say the Navy is to blame
Florida senator backs bill to allow military members to sue for medical malpractice
An anthrax vaccine made this JBLM soldier seriously ill. The Army still made her take it 3 times, lawsuit says
Dying of cancer, this Green Beret has one last mission: Getting Congress to fight for military medical malpractice reform
Senators introduce bill that would allow service members to sue for medical malpractice
The Army allegedly missed this soldier’s cancer diagnosis for 2 years. The VA found it within days
Court rejects appeal of $100 million wrongful death suit brought by family of Marine recruit called a ‘terrorist’ and hazed by drill instructor
Green Beret with terminal cancer meets Trump to rally support for military medical malpractice reform
The push to finally allow troops to sue the military over medical malpractice just got a major boost in Congress
The Army ignored her warnings about a dangerous colleague. Then he set her on fire
Supreme Court refuses to hear yet another challenge to the controversial Feres Doctrine on military medical malpractice
Watch a Green Beret testify on how the military botched his cancer diagnosis
A new bill in Congress could finally allow troops to sue the military in cases of medical malpractice
‘My trust is completely broken’  — Victims of military medical malpractice testify before Congress on the Feres Doctrine
A 69-year-old policy keeps troops from suing the US for medical malpractice. It’s closer to being overturned than ever before
The Army allegedly missed this soldier’s stomach cancer for 4 years. His widow wants someone to answer for it
Petition Calling Congress To Change The Feres Doctrine Reaches 17,000 Signatures
‘It’s A Scandal’ — Inside The Fight To Hold The Military Accountable For Medical Malpractice