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Nigeria's military is recommending immediate trial for 500 suspected extremist militants and the president is promising an economic boost for the northeast region confronting an Islamic uprising.
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About 300 Christmas trees will be given to members of the military free of charge at a Virginia Beach base.
The Navy is providing free phone cards to sailors and Marines aboard its ships that are deployed away from their home ports this holiday season.
Scientists plumbing the Pacific Ocean off the Hawaii coast have discovered a World War Two era Japanese submarine, a technological marvel that had been preparing to attack the Panama Canal before being scuttled by U.S. forces.
A new communications satellite that has both public and government applications has been launched into space aboard a private rocket.
A U.S. military website showing Santa Claus delivering his presents while guarded by warplanes has some children's advocates worried.
"In some ways, you might say he kind of faded away, since he never came back. He was off like he always ways on deployment," he said.
Ohio's largest military base is expected to privatize more energy and utility operations as it tries to offset steep cuts in the federal defense budget.
As a member of the Arizona Army National Guard, Gabriel Zermeno has been preparing for almost two years to be deployed oversees.
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.
North Korea state media say U.S. tourist Merrill Newman of Palo Alto, who has been detained for more than a month, has apologized for alleged crimes during the Korean War and for “hostile acts” against the state during a recent trip.
ASSOCIATED PRESS 12/2/13 SAN ANTONIO - Recruits at a South Texas Air Force base where more than two dozen instructors were convicted of sexual and other abuse are being asked if they've been mistreated.
The U.S. Navy has deployed two of its next-generation reconnaissance aircraft to Japan, a long-planned move that comes amid controversy over Chinese air defenses.
This picture was taken Dec. 7, 1941, by a Japanese pilot shortly before the attack on Pearl Harbor.
Hundreds of Islamic militants in trucks and a stolen armored personnel carrier attacked an air force base on the outskirts of a Nigerian city before dawn Monday, officials and witnesses said, possibly leaving scores of people dead in one of the insurgent group's most daring attacks ever.
Fort Stewart Public Affairs Officer Kevin Larson says the man's body was found Saturday at Holbrook Pond.