“I will never have the audacity to utter the words ‘accountability’ to my troops again.”
"Upholding good order and discipline demands that the U.S. Armed Forces root out extremists"
DoD does not adequately track service members that have been radicalized by white supremacist groups.
“Justice has been restored for three survivors and hope has been restored for countless others.”
Maj. Gen. William T. Cooley allegedly made unwanted sexual advances on a female civilian during an off-duty incident on August 12, 2018.
“The Capt admitted to using a vaping device containing CBD oil, eating CBD infused gummies and cooking with CBD infused flour.”
All three service members are assigned to the 3rd Marine Raider Battalion. They are not in pretrial custody and no trial dates have been set yet
The U.S. Army allowed hundreds of soldiers to rejoin the service after being separated for "adverse reasons," according to an internal document obtained by Task & Purpose.
The court-martial of Special Operations Chief Edward Gallagher neared the conclusion of its trial phase after a bumpy two weeks of testimony for Navy prosecutors in a case that has...
The unit's newsletter said they were punished for "bullying."
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