Blue Angels begin the shift to Super Hornets
The move to the Super Hornet will mark the first time the elite Navy and Marine fighter jet demonstration team has changed aircraft since it moved from the A-4F Skyhawk II to the F/A-18 Hornet back in 1986.
All of the Marine M27 rifles are in ― if you’re not a grunt or working with them, you’re not getting one
The Corps will continue to field the remaining M27s that have been purchased to the infantry and combat engineer battalions through 2021.
Leaked documents provide details about Green Beret’s death involving Navy SEALs and Marine Raiders
One SEAL and one Raider are negotiating plea deals in the case.
A Marine rifle optic shortage nearly caused ‘critical impact’ in marksmanship training
By redistributing scopes and addressing maintenance problems, commanders fixed a looming optics problem for entry-level Marines.
Military service academies begin to follow transgender ban
The elite academies that educate officers for the nation's armed forces have begun to implement the Trump administration's ban on transgender service members.
US service member dies in Iraq
The service member died in Nineveh province, according to officials with Operation Inherent Resolve.
Prosecutors celebrate victory after ruling in Gallagher war crimes case
A Navy judge ruled that evidence from Gallagher's seized cell phones can be used in court.
VA privatization latest battleground for congressional rising stars
Democratic New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Republican Texas Rep. Dan Crenshaw offered starkly different views of today's VA in events this week.
Russian ambassador to Venezuela rejects US revival of Monroe Doctrine
As Venezuela’s reliance on Russia grows amid the country’s unfolding crisis, Vladimir Putin’s point man in Caracas is pushing back on the U.S. revival of a doctrine used for generations to justify military interventions in the region.
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