Let's Ragnarok and roll, baby!
- Nov. 8, 2013
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The holidays are supposed to be a time of joy and celebration, but let's face it, sometimes they can be tough. And sometimes they can turn into a full-blown stress bomb.
Twitter is an incredible thing. Don't believe anyone who tells you otherwise.
Lt. Col. Oliver North, a retired combat-decorated Marine, recently finished his 57th embed with troops since 2001. North, 70, has observed many units fighting on the battlefield, and now he has written a book about what happens once they come home.
Let's Ragnarok and roll, baby!
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On April 15, Cynthia Smith and her husband grabbed some post-lunch coffee and headed to a spot in front of the Lord and Taylor department store to watch the runners cross the finish line in the Boston Marathon.
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A workout supplement that allegedly contains a derivative of methamphetamine has been pulled from GNC stores on military installations, according to exchange officials.
Air Force Times and other Military Times publications have a new online Classifieds section that aims to help service members and families buy and sell items and services close to their installations.
When Dixie Yeck was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2006, her Marine reservist husband, Mike, was deployed to Iraq. They were living in Racine, Wis., with two small children, ages 2 and 3.
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The Marine Corps Marathon will be canceled if the government shutdown is not resolved this week, race officials announced in a news release Tuesday.
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Navy coach Ken Niumatololo didn't even try to sugarcoat this one.
If you saw Paul Greengrass' 'United 93,' a terrifying depiction of one of the doomed flights on 9/11, you know this director can evoke a harrowing, real-life event like few others.
Two of the three former Naval Academy football players initially charged with sexually assaulting a female midshipmen at an off-campus party in 2012 will face a general court-martial, the school said today in a news release.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has decided that football games and other sports will go on at the military service academies this weekend, and continue through the end of the month, despite the government shutdown.
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With less than three months before female Marines will be required to perform pullups on the Physical Fitness Test, commands across the fleet are focused on ensuring everyone is ready starting with women new to the Corps.
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The service academy football teams are preparing to play this weekend's scheduled games while still facing some uncertainty because of the partial government shutdown.
Navy's offense staged a shutdown of its own before springing to life in the second half against Air Force.