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Coast Guard partially at fault for deadly 2018 duck boat disaster, investigation finds
Lives could have been saved if the Coast Guard had followed safety recommendations from 18 years ago, officials said.
‘We have no idea what is going on there’ — Officials call for probe of Penn. vets’ home after 26 residents die of COVID-19
“The sheer number of deaths at the Veterans’ Center in such a short period of time warrants an immediate investigation.”
Feds investigating Mass. Soldiers’ Home where 25+ veterans died amidst COVID-19 crisis
Federal prosecutors launched an investigation into whether the state-run Holyoke Soldiers' Home failed to provide the veterans who live there adequate care.
Air Force Academy cadet found dead Thursday morning, investigation underway
The death was not COVID-19 related, and foul play is not suspected, said an Air Force Academy spokeswoman.
This retired Navy captain is pressuring the Navy to spill the beans on the worst submarine disaster in American history
Capt. Jim Bryant, a retired submarine skipper, wants the public to see the other 1,681 pages of the Navy's report on the worst sub disaster in American history.
Investigation clears former Naval War College president of misconduct
"I therefore, on reflection, would not have changed a single thing."
A federal grand jury is looking into the suspicious deaths of 11 veterans at a single VA clinic
A federal grand jury has convened in the criminal investigation into the suspicious deaths of 11 patients at a Veterans Affairs hospital in Clarksburg West, Virginia in 2018. The deaths...
How we found an internal study that showed just how deep sexism runs in the Marine Corps
Following the 2017 Marines United scandal the Corps conducted an internal investigation to determine if the incident was the result of a deeper issue. In December, Task & Purpose published...
Air Force Research Laboratory commander relieved amid investigation into alleged misconduct
"New leadership was necessary to ensure good order and discipline"
Kansas National Guard general who eluded toxic leadership investigation to step down
Kansas Guard officers concluded the force led by Tafanelli had difficulty "balancing legal, moral and ethical facets of decision making"
The number of substantiated allegations of sexual misconduct against Army brass rose this year
Of 707 complaints against senior officials in 2019, only 26 were substantiated.
Indiana National Guard soldier dies at urban training center
The National Guard said the cause of Litton's death is still under investigation
Navy and Coast Guard vessels collide in Alaska, injuring nine
The crash sent six Coasties and three sailors to the hospital
An Air Force private housing company faked its maintenance records to get millions of dollars in bonuses
“We fudged the numbers, and even now it’s not easy to say that. I hate to admit it.”
The 9 biggest takeaways from Lt. Col. Vindman’s testimony in the Trump impeachment inquiry
Vindman said Trump "was calling for something, calling for an investigation that didn't exist into the Bidens and Burisma."
Marine commander in Japan removed from job amid investigation
Lt. Col. Jeremy Davis, who led 3rd Transportation Support Battalion in Okinawa, was removed Tuesday, officials said.
Navy investigation finds no misconduct by submarine sailor shot dead in Hawaii
"A reasonable person cannot assume that engaging the doorknob on the door of an incorrect apartment would lead to death from a gun," the Navy said.
The mother of a Navy recruit who died in boot camp claims the service ignored clear PT-related health risks
"This health condition (Kierra had), they knew it," she said. "They found it. They should have handled it better."
Whistleblower accuses largest US military shipbuilder of putting ‘American lives at risk’ by falsifying tests on submarine stealth coating
America's largest military shipbuilding company has been accused of falsifying tests and certifications on stealth coatings of its submarines "that put American lives at risk," according to a complaint filed...
The Army ignored her warnings about a dangerous colleague. Then he set her on fire
Katie Blanchard told her commanders that her colleague was dangerous, but her warnings were ignored. Three years after she was nearly killed, she's fighting to hold the Army accountable.
A Sailor Was Apparently Worried About Pissing Hot, So He Allegedly Set Urine Samples On Fire
He allegedly tried to torch his urinalysis test, and now faces charges for attempting to set fire to bottles of pee.
Unproven Sexual Harassment Claims Could Force Marine Officer into Retirement
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