Lauren Katzenberg

A 173rd Airborne Brigade soldier who assaulted two Italian police officers, breaking one officer's teeth, was given a suspended one-year jail sentence just hours after he was arrested.

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Sexually transmitted disease cases are rising in the military in line with a record number of reported cases across the civilian population in the U.S.

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Photo via Nick Wagner/Austin American-Statesman/Associated Press

Former airman Devin P. Kelley had choked his wife and put a gun to her head. He’d fractured her baby’s skull. He’d made threats to his commanders and he’d been committed to a mental hospital. Those acts foretold Kelley as a potential killer, experts say, and make the Air Force’s failure to enter his name into an FBI database especially egregious.

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The Air Force faces many millions of dollars in potential liability for the mass shooting at a small-town church in Texas earlier this month by a former servicemember, legal experts say.

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The 2016 U.S. presidential election failed to interest many military voters, a recently released federal study has found.

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To avoid enlisting neo-Nazis, skinheads and other white supremacists, military recruiters are told to watch for tattoos showing barbed wire, hobnailed boots and hammers. Also to look for tattoos of lightning bolts, skulls and swastikas.

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