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  1. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel briefs the press April 2 aboard the amphibious transport dock ship USS Anchorage (LPD 23) in Honolulu. Erin A. Kirk-Cuomo / Defense Department

    Hagel launches broad review of military justice system

    The Pentagon is launching a 'systemic' review of the entire military justice system that will look at how commanders convene courts-martial and impose nonjudicial punishments.

    • Apr. 16, 2014
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    Military hotline aids sexual assault victims

    One of the first things you notice about the Pentagon's sexual assault support hotline is its non-military look.

    • Apr. 16, 2014
  3. Cason Bryant Park, 25, of Gordo, Ala., was traveling west on U.S. 82 in Oktibbeha County early Sunday morning around 4 a.m. near the Center Grove Community when his car broke down. He was struck from behind by a vehicle about a quarter of a mile from where his car broke down. The vehicle fled the scene. Facebook

    Driver sought in crash that killed Marine

    The Mississippi Highway Patrol is looking for a vehicle that struck and killed a Marine from Alabama on Sunday morning.

    • Apr. 16, 2014
  4. FBI leak probe shuts down 9/11 case at Guantanamo

    A judge agreed Tuesday to look into how FBI questioning of a defense team member will affect the trial of five Guantanamo Bay prisoners in the Sept. 11 attack.

    • Apr. 15, 2014
  5. DoD told to quantify cost to victims of '09 Fort Hood shooting

    Congress wants to put a dollar figure on what victims of the first Fort Hood, Texas, shooting have lost because the tragedy was classified as workplace violence.

    • Apr. 15, 2014
  6. Window opens on secret camp within Guantanamo

    Attorney James Connell has visited his client inside the secret Guantanamo prison complex known as Camp 7 only once, taken in a van with covered windows on a circuitous trek to disguise the route on the scrub brush-and-cactus covered military base.

    • Apr. 13, 2014
  7. Ohio driver indicted after Virginia Marine's death

    BELLEFONTAINE, Ohio (AP) — An Ohio driver has been indicted on charges of failing to stop and tampering with evidence after a hit-and-run crash killed a U.S. Marine from Virginia.

    • Apr. 9, 2014
  8. Former Marine guilty of murder, could face execution

    A former Marine was convicted Tuesday of first-degree murder in the 2009 slaying of a fellow service member, and now faces a possible death sentence for what prosecutors say was just one among a series of violent, stalking attacks on young women in northern Virginia.

    • Apr. 8, 2014
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    Pentagon keeps tight lid on some sex assault info

    April is Sexual Assault Awareness month, and the Pentagon wants troops and civilians alike to know that it takes the issue seriously.

    • Apr. 8, 2014
  10. Facebook photo of Sgt. First Class Danny Ferguson, who was killed in the Fort Hood shooting rampage, and his fiance Kristen Haley, who says he was trying to block the gunman's path to a room packed with military personnel Courtesy photo

    Fort Hood shooting victims were heroic, dedicated

    As the nation mourns another shooting at a domestic military base, details on the heroes killed and injured emerge from Fort Hood.

    • Apr. 4, 2014
  11. Lucy Hamlin and husband Spc. Timothy Hamlin wait for permission Wednesday to re-enter Fort Hood, where they live, following a shooting on base. Tamir Kalifa/AP

    Fort Hood shooting: Answers sought as base marches on

    An Iraq War veteran being treated for mental illness was the gunman who opened fire at Fort Hood, killing three people and wounding 16 others before committing suicide, in an attack on the same Texas military base where more than a dozen people were slain

    • Apr. 3, 2014
  12. Lt. Col. Thomas Jasper, former western regional trial counsel at Camp Pendleton, Calif., has been cleared of wrongdoing by a Board of Inquiry at Camp Pendleton, Calif. Jasper, a major at the time this photo was taken, is expected to take a new legal position outside of the western region. Lance Cpl. Brian Lewis / Marine Corps

    Marine Corps prosecutor cleared of inappropriate touching

    A panel of three colonels voted unanimously to retain a Marine field-grade officer accused of touching a civilian woman inappropriately, his attorney said this week.

    • Apr. 1, 2014
  13. A May 15, 1998, file photo shows Jonathan Pollard speaking during an interview in a conference room at the Federal Correction Institution in Butner, N.C. Karl DeBlaker / AP

    American spy's release would be high-stakes gamble

    Every president since Ronald Reagan has refused to release Jonathan Pollard from prison. A CIA director once threatened to resign when Bill Clinton briefly considered freeing the convicted spy as part of Mideast peace talks.

    • Apr. 1, 2014
  14. U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder speaks during an April 1 news conference in New York. Seth Wenig / AP

    Holder: Khalid Sheik Mohammad won't be tried in N.Y.

    U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said Tuesday he still believes Manhattan is the right place to put the self-professed mastermind of the Sept.

    • Apr. 1, 2014
  15. 3 Marines hurt during baseball fans' street fight

    Police say a late-night street fight between Los Angeles Dodgers and Angels baseball fans led to an attack on three Marines who intervened.

    • Mar. 31, 2014
  16. Jury hears death penalty case against former Marine

    Prosecutors seeking the death penalty against an ex-Marine began making their case to a federal jury Monday, saying he killed a fellow service member as part of a series of violent attacks against young women.

    • Mar. 31, 2014
  17. Brig Gen. Jeff Sinclair arrives March 19 to the Fort Bragg courthouse for his sentencing hearing in N.C. Sinclair, who was accused of sexually assaulting a subordinate, plead guilty to lesser charges in a plea deal reached with government prosecutors. As part of the Special Victims Counsel, Capt. Cassie L. Fowler said her sole mission was to protect the woman at the center of the case against Sinclair. Andrew Craft / The Fayetteville Observer via AP

    New corps of U.S. military lawyers help rape victims

    As an Army general faced court-martial for sexual assault this month, a young military lawyer sat each day in the front row of the gallery, a few feet behind the prosecutors.

    • Mar. 30, 2014
  18. In this May 17, 2011, file photo, a bus drives past the the entrance to Rikers Island in New York. A malfunctioning damper diverted heat to the top level of a two-tier observation unit at Rikers where a city official told The Associated Press a mentally ill, homeless veteran inmate 'basically baked to death' in a cell that was at least 100 degrees last month, the head of New York City's jails system told lawmakers on Thursday. Seth Wenig / AP

    NYC jail boss details heating problems after death

    A malfunctioning damper diverted heat to the top level of a two-tier observation unit where a city official told The Associated Press a mentally ill, homeless veteran inmate 'basically baked to death' in a cell that was at least 100 degrees last month, th

    • Mar. 28, 2014
  19. New York City lawmakers plan on asking Department of Correction officials at a budget hearing about a mentally ill inmate, former Marine Jerome Murdough, who a city official told The Associated Press 'basically baked to death' last month in a New York City jail cell that was at least 100 degrees, two of the committee's members said. Jason DeCrow / AP

    NYC Council to address death of former Marine in hot cell

    Lawmakers plan on asking Department of Correction officials at a budget hearing about a mentally ill inmate who a city official told The Associated Press 'basically baked to death' last month in a New York City jail cell that was at least 100 degrees, two

    • Mar. 27, 2014
  20. In this courtroom sketch, Osama bin Laden's son-in-law, Sulaiman Abu Ghaith, right, testifies March 19 at his trial in New York on charges he conspired to kill Americans and aid al-Qaida as a spokesman for the terrorist group. Elizabeth Williams / AP

    Bin Laden son-in-law convicted at NYC terror trial

    Osama bin Laden's son-in-law, the voice of fiery al-Qaida propaganda videotapes after the Sept. 11 attacks, was convicted Wednesday of conspiring to kill Americans for his role as the terror group's spokesman.

    • Mar. 26, 2014
  21. Marijuana off limits in Washington to military

    As Washington prepares to open its first retail marijuana stores in the next few months, tens of thousands of military service members have been warned not to shop in any of them.

    • Mar. 26, 2014
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    Appeals court: Conviction 'not tainted' by Heritage Brief

    In a sexual assault case in which the commandant was required to answer questions about his statements related to the crime, a military appeals court has opted not to overturn the defendant's guilty verdict.

    • Mar. 22, 2014
  23. Brig. Gen. Jeffrey A. Sinclair, who carried on a three-year affair with a captain and had two other inappropriate relationships with subordinates, was reprimanded and docked $20,000 in pay Thursday, avoiding prison in one of the military's most closely watched courts-martial. Ellen Ozier / AP

    As military sex cases end, more calls for change

    At nearly the same time Thursday, sexual assault cases against an Army general and a former Naval Academy football player came to a close, and neither produced a conviction on that charge.

    • Mar. 21, 2014
  24. Alaska bill: PTSD should factor into sentencing

    The House Special Committee on Military and Veterans' Affairs moved a bill Thursday allowing judges to consider post-traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injuries as a mitigating factor during sentencings of combat veterans.

    • Mar. 21, 2014
  25. A picture of Jerome Murdough is held by family members. Murdough, 56, a mentally ill, homeless former Marine, arrested for sleeping in the roof landing of a New York City public housing project, died last month in a Rikers Island jail cell that city officials say was at least 100 degrees when his body was discovered. Jason DeCrow/The Associated Press

    Former Marine 'baked to death' in Riker's jail cell

    The mayor called the death of a mentally ill, homeless former Marine who was found in a jail cell that had overheated to at least 100 degrees 'very troubling' Thursday, while expressing his condolences to the man's family.

    • Mar. 20, 2014

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