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Taped to Al Reynaert's front door is a large American paper flag. Below it is a black-and-white snapshot of him as a young soldier in uniform.
A U.S. Park Police helicopter removes a man from the Washington Navy Yard on Monday, September 16. At least 12 people were killed in a shooting rampage, according to Washington Police Chief Cathy Lanier.
Many people woke up and saw ice on their cars, but it's the ice they can't see on Central Texas roads that caused so many problems.
The spouse of a fallen soldier choked back tears Thursday as she glanced for the first time at his name etched in granite at Houston's Fallen Warriors Memorial.
Drug and alcohol-related incidents are down by about half this year for Fort Hood soldiers, and some credit that to training events, like the "Save a Life Tour," making a stop on post this week.
A Fort Hood jury late Tuesday found Master Sgt. Brad Grimes guilty of conspiring to patronize a prostitute and solicit adultery in a case involving an alleged prostitution ring that officials say was run by a sexual assault prevention officer at the Army post.
A number of female Army privates at Fort Hood military base in Texas were allegedly pressured to prostitute themselves to superior officers, with the senior-most officer being the one in charge of sexual assault prevention for the unit.
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Female soldiers at Fort Hood testified Monday that they were recruited for a prostitution ring set up by a sergeant involved in the sexual assault and harassment program at the Central Texas post.
A military jury is now deliberating the fate of Fort Hood Master Sergeant Brad Grimes who is charged with adultery and solicitation of prostitution.
Air Force Airman First Class Luz Garcia from the 105th Air Lift Wing; Mike Bossard, center, of Warwick; and Ken Conklin of Bloomingburg help load donated Christmas trees onto FedEx Freight trucks to be delivered to U.S. troops and military families in Fort Hood, Texas, at Farmside Acres in Cornwall on Tuesday.
The Supreme Court says an agreement between two companies over where lawsuits against each other can be filed should be honored.
In what could be the first of multiple court-martials involving an alleged prostitution ring at Fort Hood, a senior non-commissioned officer who served in Iraq and Afghanistan is set to go on trial this afternoon on charges of conspiring to pay a female private for sex in February.