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For the first time, a soldier from Puerto Rico's renowned U.S. Army troop, the Borinqueneers, will receive the Medal of Honor, and advocates hope the citation will lead Congress to salute the entire regiment.
The 2014 MCAS Cherry Point Air Show "Inspiration to Innovation," will take place May 16-18 aboard MCAS Cherry Point.
Chief Engineman Patricia Cooper, a student in the Riverine Combat Skills course, patrols the training grounds during a field training exercise in Camp Lejeune, N.C. The Navy announced Friday that 13 women have been identified to join its Coastal Riverine Force, a group of sailors trained to fight in shallow water and rivers from small boats.
The Pentagon's proposal to reduce the size of the pension checks military retirees receive in return for other new cash incentives drew swift condemnation online as people took to the Military Times Facebook pages to vent.
Edward Lee Elmore's story, which is the focus of the first episode of CNN's documentary series, "Death Row Stories," shows that the capital punishment system does not always get it right.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel warned on Thursday that "tough, tough choices are coming" if the Pentagon implements deep future spending cuts required by law, including whether to slash the Army to 420,000 soldiers and decommission an aircraft carrier.
The Marine Corps has awarded one of only six coveted AV-8B Harrier demonstrations in 2014 to the OC Air Show.
A Ukrainian Navy officer looks at the scuttled decommissioned Russian vessel "Ochakov" from the Black Sea shore outside the town of Myrnyi, western Crimea, Ukraine, Thursday, March 6, 2014.
'Mzungu' is a word many people in countries across Africa used to use to refer to anyone who was white, but now use to refer to foreigners.
The Marine Corps. announced Thursday that it fired two officers as a result of an investigation into how four Marines died in November 2013.
Energy could be a major player in the Ukraine crisis going forward, according to retired Marine Corps Gen.
USMC Maj. Gen. Carl Jensen, Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society executive vice president and chief operating officer, right, speaks to various commands' key persons during the 2014 NMCRS active duty fund drive kickoff.
"Marines and soldiers don't issue themselves orders, they don't send themselves overseas," says former Marine Phil Klay.
A breakdown in leadership and discipline contributed to an elite team of Marine snipers urinating on the bodies of dead insurgents in Afghanistan in June 2011, according to an investigative report released Wednesday.
The Senate is heading for a showdown over contentious legislation to curb sexual assaults in the military by taking away the authority of senior commanders to prosecute rapes and other serious offenses.