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A National Guard private was charged with manslaughter. The victim’s family says he did it to be ‘TikTok famous’
An 18-year-old National Guard private has been accused of killing his neighbor to "become 'TikTok famous'"
Court overturns Marine’s conviction in barracks room knife fight
A Marine sentenced to 18 months' confinement and a bad-conduct discharge after a barracks confrontation turned bloody may now end up free, after a military appeals court determined that the presiding judge wrongly instructed jury members in the case.
Navy captain testifies about drunken fight that preceded civilian worker’s death
A Navy captain removed as commander of Guantanamo Bay Naval Base following the disappearance and death of a civilian worker in 2015 testified in his own defense Tuesday
Drinking, fighting and infidelity take center stage in trial of former Guantanamo Naval Base commander
Opening statements in the trial of the former commander of Guantanamo Naval Base got off to a dramatic start Tuesday, with both sides describing a drunken brawl, an affair and the subsequent death of civilian contractor Christopher Matthew Tur in 2015
New Mexico airman could face court-martial over fatal car crash
"I don't want to get into the gory details here, but he hit her at such a speed that her death occurred immediately.”
Texas veteran drank 3 Bud Light Limes before accidentally shooting his brother to death, police say
A 28-year-old west Fort Worth man accidentally shot his brother to death early Sunday as he showed him and other relatives a handgun and lined its sights at a bedroom shelf, police said
Former Marine sentenced to prison in accidental killing of fellow Marine
Tyler Prudden, 30, was sentenced to approximately 1-2 years in prison for involuntary manslaughter after pleading guilty to the July 26, 2013 death of Lance Cpl. Lanija Antionne Gilpatrick in 2013