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We salute the USS Paul Hamilton for flying a Revolutionary War battle flag on its way back to port
The USS Paul Hamilton recently returned to its homeport of San Diego sporting what's known as the 'Moultrie Flag,' a white crescent with the word 'LIBERTY' on a blue background
Soldier in training found dead in Fort Jackson barracks in fourth death at base in past year
A basic combat training soldier at Fort Jackson was found dead in his barracks Saturday morning, U.S. Army officials
She was born in a Russian prison and became a trailblazing infantry Marine
18-year-old Maria Daume’s path to the yellow footprints of Parris Island, South Carolina, which will culminate in her graduation on Jan. 13 before later heading off to the Marine Corps’ School of Infantry, began years ago in a prison in Siberia, Russia, where she was born.
Army identifies soldier who died after training at Fort Jackson
Pvt. Angel Cortes of Connecticut is the National Guard soldier who died Tuesday following a medical emergency while attending basic combat training.
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.
South Carolina’s National Guard armories are crumbling, vulnerable to terrorists, and putting soldiers at risk
Today, 16 of the S.C. Guard's 63 armories are listed as "poor" by the U.S. Army, and many more are considered only "fair" and may drop to "poor" soon, according to Col. Brigham Dobson, the S.C. Guard's Construction and Facilities Management Officer
A South Carolina VA hospital turned away a sick Navy vet who tested hot for coke, then settled when he claimed they mixed up his urine sample
"I didn't expect any money out of this," said Eric Walker, 49, of Camden, the Navy veteran. "It was mainly about what can we do to make the VA (Veterans Affairs) better. What can we do to keep this from happening again?"
Toxins from hand grenades and explosives have poisoned the drinking water near Fort Jackson
More than 16 percent of the drinking water wells tested near Fort Jackson during the past six years have shown contamination from a toxic chemical found in hand grenades used at the military installation to train soldiers, according to recently released federal data
After more than 2 months, investigators still aren’t sure why one Marine corporal shot another at MCAS Beaufort
No charges have been publicly announced more than nine weeks after a 21-year-old Marine was shot and killed in the barracks of the Marine Corps Air Station in Beaufort
3 airmen have died at Shaw Air Force Base in the last 2 weeks
A senior airman stationed at South Carolina's Shaw Air Force Base died Saturday — the third death of a Shaw airman in two weeks, according to officials.
Police charge South Carolina inmates involved in sextortion scheme
Two inmates have been charged with blackmail.
Scumbag ‘mastermind’ behind $150 million military construction fraud sentenced to federal prison
A South Carolina man who betrayed his wife, double-crossed a friend and cheated the federal government of more than $150 million in military construction contracts will be going to federal prison for 51 months
An Army vet killed himself after prison inmates allegedly targeted him in a sextortion scam
Jared Johns, who served a tour in Afghanistan in 2013, with the Regimental Engineer Squadron, 2nd Cavalry Regiment, was found dead on Sept. 11, 2018, after recording a short video in which he stated he "made some stupid mistakes."
A South Carolina veteran is suing his homeowner association over his right to fly the American flag
A North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, veteran is suing his home owners association after being denied the right to fly an American flag on a freestanding pole, according to a lawsuit filed this week
South Carolina Inmates Scammed Service Members Out Of Half A Million In A Massive Sextortion Ring
South Carolina inmates managed to blackmail 442 U.S. service members from across the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines out...
Pentagon Masses Troops, Equipment, And Ships For Hurricane Florence Response
The U.S. military has “quite literally surrounded” the East Coast states that Hurricane Florence is expected to hit with personnel...
CO’s Prostitution Arrest Won’t Delay Army Basic Training Changes
The Army is moving forward with changes to basic training slated to begin in October, despite the recent arrest of...
Old School: Army Recruits Will Again Test On Iron Sights During Basic Training
For the first time in three years, Army recruits will have to pass a marksmanship test during basic training using...
Enroute To His Honeymoon, This Marine Saved A Vietnam Vet’s Life On The Side Of A Highway
When a motorcycle accident left a rider severely injured on the side of the highway, Marine Staff Sgt. Dustin Gill...
Coasties Called In To Rescue A Bunch Of Bachelor Party Bros Stranded On A Sandbar
How do you know your bachelor party has been a success? Most of us would point to the mountainous pyramid...
Meet 19 Of America’s Newest Marines — And Naturalized US Citizens
For 19 young men and women, earning the title United States Marine was just one of their crowning achievements this...
These States Have The Highest (And Lowest) Enlistment Rates In America
Patriotism can be a hard thing to measure. However, most would agree that signing on the dotted line and taking...
Scammers ‘Catfished’ And Defrauded Boot Marines In Online Dating Scam
Two people were sentenced recently for defrauding Marines, some of whom are stationed at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, local news...
USMC Recruit Had To Get Skin Grafts After Hazing Incident
A Marine Corps recruit hazed by his Parris Island drill instructor suffered chemical burns so severe that he required skin...
Congress Approves Ban On Confederate Flags In VA Cemeteries
Since the race-fueled massacre at Charleston’s Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church that left nine dead in South Carolina in June...