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British submariners left a US Navy port in search of booze. They came back with COVID-19
Do you want a safety brief? Because in the age of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, this is absolutely how you get a safety brief — and COVID-19, for that matter
Police killings are more likely among law enforcement agencies that receive military gear, data shows
A new analysis of a decade of records across 651 Georgia police departments and sheriff’s offices found departments that took more than $1,000 in 1033 money, on average, fatally shot about four times as many people as those that didn’t
Former Army sergeant charged with stabbing soldier to death in Fort Stewart barracks room
Byron Booker, a 27-year-old sergeant who left the Army in May, has been charged with murdering Spc. Austin Hawk sometime in the early morning hours of June 17 at Fort Stewart in Georgia
The Coast Guard has launched ‘Operation Bubba Gump.’ No, seriously
When America's intrepid Coasties aren't spending their days leaping aboard rogue narco-subs and opening fire on friggin' sharks, they're often saddled with more mundane tasks — among them, Operation Bubba Gump
Georgia veteran who faked Purple Heart and Silver Star gets maximum jail time
A veteran who collected federal benefits after faking a mental health condition and who falsely claimed to have earned two military honors was sentenced to a year in prison
Police identify Moody AFB airman who died in ATV accident Thursday
Conner Kendall, 26, was part of the 723d Aircraft Maintenance Squadron. He died when his ATV flipped over in a field off North Moody Drive.
An Atlanta man allegedly tried to sell nonexistent face masks to the VA in a $750 million scheme
An Atlanta man caught the attention of federal investigators after he allegedly tried to scam the Department of Veterans Affairs out of $750 million by offering to sell millions of face masks that didn’t exist
A lie sent three soldiers to prison for 25 years. Will lawmakers help make them whole again?
When the old soldiers walked free, they knew it wasn’t the end
Army veteran arrested after homemade bombs discovered inside Georgia house
A U.S. Army veteran faces felony charges after a domestic violence investigation led authorities to discover homemade bombs inside his house, according to several local media reports
Army drill sergeant suspended following profanity-laced shoving match with recruit in Georgia
The Army has suspended a drill sergeant amid its investigation into an alleged assault, according to a spokesman from Ft. Benning in Georgia, the Army's premier infantry school
The MISSION Act was supposed to speed up health care for vets. In Georgia, the wait keeps growing
"I am dependent upon them for my life, and I really can't depend on them."
Judge Jody: Soldier to have court-martial retried after judge had ‘intimate’ relationship with prosecutor’s wife
A soldier's court-martial will be re-tried because the judge had an intimate relationship with the wife of the lead prosecutor on the case.
National Guard boots two service members after investigation into white supremacist ties
Two Georgia men targeted earlier this year by online activists for their associations with radical white extremism have been kicked out of the Army National Guard, following months of investigation
US slams Moscow after Russian spy ship pulls ‘unsafe maneuvers’ off the coast of South Carolina
The Viktor Leonov is running without lights, not responding to hails by other vessels to coordinate safe passage, and moving erratically.
Georgia Army vet admits to lying about receiving Purple Heart and Silver Star
Gregg Ramsdell, 61, faces up to six years in prison and a $500,000 fine for stolen valor and making false statements after claiming he suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder after a deployment in Afghanistan that earned him a Purple Heart and Silver Star
Welcome to ‘The Barracks,’ the new Georgia jail unit just for military veterans
'The Barracks' is believed to be the first housing unit targeting veterans that has opened inside a metro Atlanta jail, but it joins the larger trend of finding creative ways to help veterans caught up in the justice system
Vietnam veterans need photos of about 400 more fallen service members to complete their virtual memorial
"Knowing and seeing the face behind the name...really helps give you a better picture of the person."
3 soldiers killed in Bradley Fighting Vehicle rollover at Fort Stewart
Three soldiers were killed and another three injured while riding in their Bradley Fighting Vehicle during a training accident at Fort Stewart in Georgia on Sunday morning, Army officials announced
3 dead after colliding with security barrier at Robins Air Force Base
Three men were killed Friday evening when a vehicle drove through a gate at Robins Air Force Base and collided with a security barrier, authorities said
Air Force PJ receives Bronze Star for fighting off Taliban for hours while twice wounded
Air Force Staff Sgt. Aaron Metzger was awarded the Bronze Star with a "V" device for his heroism during an hours-long firefight with Taliban militants that saw him overcome significant injuries from both grenade shrapnel and gunfire to save the lives of his teammates
The Atlanta VA has abandoned more than 200,000 health care applications this year alone
An arm of the Veterans Affairs Department in Atlanta eliminated 208,272 applications from across the country for health care early this year amid efforts to shrink a massive backlog of requests, saying they were missing signatures or information about military service and income
The White House want to keep migrant children detained at the US-Mexico border at Fort Benning
The Trump administration is considering sheltering unaccompanied immigrant children apprehended along the southwest border at Fort Benning, the sprawling Columbus-area military installation, according to the Pentagon and U.S. Health and Human Services Department
He Built A T-Shirt Empire. Now He’s Building A Village For Homeless Vets
The CEO of Nine Line Apparel is creating transitional housing for homeless veterans.
‘When Your Brother’s Down, You Go To Your Brother’ — Fatally Shot, This Marine Rendered Aid To Fellow Officer For As Long As He Could
On Dec. 7, two years after a domestic disturbance call took a tragic turn and claimed the lives of two...
High-Ranking Air Force Officer Faces Child Exploitation Charge After Sex Sting
A man arrested earlier this week during an FBI sex sting for allegedly trying to meet a 14-year-old girl at...