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In this World War II-era photo, made available Dec. 11, 2013 courtesy Dept. of Defense POW/Missing Personnel Office, previously missing in action U.S. Army aviator Capt.
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Ten days of mourning for South Africa's anti-apartheid icon and former leader Nelson Mandela will come to an end Sunday with his state funeral.
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A senior Navy investigator will plead guilty to bribery charges for accepting prostitution services and expensive trips in exchange for providing information and advice to an Asian defense contractor at the center of a multimillion-dollar fraud probe, the Navy official's lawyer said Thursday.
A Navajo Code Talker, whose words are inscribed on congressional medals given to his group and who fought to have a World War II comrade recognized for his service, died Thursday in New Mexico.
Anti-government protesters in Thailand cut off electricity to the prime minister's office compound on Thursday while their leaders met with businesspeople to explain why they want to oust the caretaker government before upcoming elections.
In January 2012 a video showing Marines urinating on dead Taliban fighters exploded on the Internet, triggering waves of outrage and prompting fears that it would incite anti-American violence.
A letter from former Navy Secretary James Forrestal apparently arrived at a home in Point Richmond, Calif., in October - 67 years after it was mailed.
The U.S. general who opened the Guantanamo detention camp said Thursday it was a mistake and should be shut down because "it validates every negative perception of the United States."
Since Oct. 1, the Coast Guard has picked up 420 Haitians at sea. Officials say that in the past year, there's also been a significant increase in the number of Haitians crossing the 80 miles of water that separate the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico.
The investigation into the crash-landing of an Asiana Airlines flight at San Francisco's airport last summer has highlighted problems with cockpit culture and the trainee pilot's lack of confidence in his... The investigation into the crash-landing of an Asiana Airlines flight at San Francisco's airport last summer has highlighted problems with ... (more)
A member of the Minnesota National Guard and self-described commander of a militia group was charged Wednesday with stealing names, Social Security numbers and security clearance levels of roughly 400 members of his former Army unit in Fort Bragg, N.C., so he could make fake IDs for his militia members.
The U.S. Coast Guard says its crews shot out the engines of a small Mexican boat before seizing more than 7,000 pounds of marijuana and detaining three suspected smugglers.
The Mississippi River towboat that partially sank just over two weeks ago is nearly ready to begin its 350-mile trip to a St. Louis area repair facility.
But for years it's kept a low profile in a region sometimes reluctant to advertise its significant U.S. military presence.
Prior to his work with American Eagle, Fred was Vice-President of Base Maintenance for American Airlines from 2008 to 2009.