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Former Texas Army Guard soldier gets prison time for selling $2 million in military gear on eBay
She and her accomplice stole over $2 million worth of military equipment
Marine lieutenant colonel goes unpunished after stealing hundreds of dollars in merchandise from the PX
Lt. Col. Samuel K. Lee, 47, was convicted of larceny on Sept. 11 at Camp Foster, Japan.
Former Special Forces soldier sentenced for stealing night vision goggles from the Army
A former Fort Bragg soldier was sentenced in federal court Thursday to two years in prison and ordered to pay $250,000 in restitution for stealing from the Army
Air Force staff sergeant to be indicted over alleged theft of $30,000 in government property from hurricane-ravaged base
Staff Sgt. Dairian D. James of Panama City hasn’t been indicted yet because legal proceedings were delayed due to the novel coronavirus.
Pennsylvania man found guilty of stolen valor after stealing from American Legion post
Calling him a “clever, calculated con man,” a Lackawanna County judge today found a West Scranton man guilty of stealing more than $17,000 from the American Legion Post 568 in...
Marine public affairs chief implicated in theft of estranged wife’s police cruiser
Upset that his estranged wife cheated on him, a U.S. Marine Corps recruiter from Camp Lejeune "wanted someone to burglarize" her home and steal her car, according to a four-page...
Marine public affairs chief arrested at Camp Lejeune in connection with theft of Florida police cruiser
A Marine public affairs official was arrested at Camp Lejeune on Friday on a warrant out of his native Florida, officials confirmed
Ohio woman gets prison time for fleecing ailing Korean War veteran
Wisniewski feigned a sexual interest in Charles Bauer by taking the 88-year-old widower to a plastic surgeon's office and asking him to pay for breast implants.
A soldier stole a 155mm artillery round during training and nobody noticed for 6 years
A soldier stole a 155mm artillery round and concealed it among his possessions before admitting to the theft six years later according to the Army Crime Report for Fiscal Year...
Federal employee allegedly stole more than $1 million in military gear from Camp Mabry
A federal employee suspected of stealing more than $1 million worth of military equipment from Camp Mabry surrendered to federal authorities on Thursday, according to the U.S. Department of Justice
Warrant officer charged with stealing over $2 million of military gear from Fort Bragg
He was apparently selling gear to a military surplus store.
Parris Island Marine Accused Of Engineering $1.5 Million Razor Blade Conspiracy, Theft
A Marine and three civilian employees have been accused of stealing more than $1.5 million — much of it in … Continued
He Deployed To Afghanistan To Serve His Country. Lowlifes Pilfered Everything He Owned
Wednesday afternoon, Kevin Cornett received a phone call nobody wants to receive: thieves had broken into his rented storage unit … Continued
Fleeing Shoplifter Surrenders To Marine Vet In His Dress Blues
When a shoplifter decided to snag some swag from a Walmart in Plano, Texas, on Dec. 9, he committed a … Continued
2 Marine Vets Taught The World’s Worst Purse Snatcher A Lesson
A would-be thief made a huge mistake on Aug. 2 when he tried (and failed) to steal a woman’s purse … Continued
Hobby Lobby Breaks General Order No. 1 In The Most Epic Way Imaginable
Iraq may have felt like the Wild West for U.S. service members deployed there over the past decade and a … Continued
The German Army Is Battling Stolen Guns, False Flag Plots, And Nazi Extremism Within Its Ranks
Gear accountability: There’s a reason it’s pounded into a service member’s head from day one at boot camp. You're being … Continued
Air Force Chief Of Fire Service Accused Of Stealing From Charities
The Chief of Fire Service for the U.S. Air Force has been indicted in U.S. District Court in Milwaukee on … Continued