Marines are now allowed to ship booze with household goods, like other military branches
Other service members have long been able to have their booze shipped with their household goods.
Victory begins with doing the right thing in garrison, this Marine master guns says
For Marines, victory comes at a different cost, and it begins with doing the right thing in garrison, this author says.
Marine Harrier crashes, pilot ejects
The pilot safely ejected from the aircraft.
Naval Academy ‘plebes’ finish annual monument climb
U.S. Naval Academy midshipmen have finished a traditional monument climb in a little over an hour.
Untethered shooting trainers, reconfigurable air and ground simulators, and the next level of virtual training
The marksmanship trainer is already with some units, and advanced vehicle and aircraft simulators are planned for 2021.
DNA test uncovers D-Day love story 75 years later
After decades of searching, Andre Gantois had lost hope.
Why the Air Force is investigating a cyber attack from the Navy
The Air Force has reportedly seized an attorney's computer and phone as part of an investigation into whether the Navy improperly spied on defense attorneys.
Will the military ‘widows tax’ disappear this year?
The issue costs about 65,000 surviving military spouses an average of $11,000 a year.
Virginia town remembers the high price paid on D-Day
Twenty men from Bedford or the surrounding area were killed on D-Day, June 6, 1944.
Reports: Iran quadruples production of enriched uranium
Iran quadrupled its uranium-enrichment production capacity amid tensions with the U.S. over Tehran’s atomic program, nuclear officials said Monday, just after President Donald Trump and Iran’s foreign minister traded threats and taunts on Twitter.
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