Arkansas man convicted of trying to kill US airman in Japan
An Arkansas man accused of stomping on the head of a U.S. airman on a military base in Japan has been convicted by a federal jury of attempted manslaughter.
‘Saving Private Ryan’ is heading back to theaters for the 75th anniversary of D-Day
Steven Spielberg’s “Saving Private Ryan” (1998) will be in 600 cinemas nationwide for just two days.
Government watchdog finds more problems with F-35’s spare parts pipeline
Issues with spare parts are contributing to low mission capability rates in the F-35 fleet.
‘Denim Day’: Academy cadets wear jeans to support sexual assault victims
Cadets and airmen also took part in discussions around the campus on how to stop sexual assault, as well as talks on consent and healthy relationships.
New York Air Guard unit deploys to support climate research in Greenland
About 80 members of the 109th Airlift Wing departed Stratton Air National Guard Base for Kangerlussuaq, Greenland, Tuesday in three LC-130 “Skibird” cargo planes.
Aliens, ahoy! Navy developing guidelines on reporting UFO sightings
Encounters with unidentified aircraft by pilots have once again prompted officials from the Department of Defense to take action.
Recent series of campus suicides raise complicated questions for VA
Three veterans died by suicide at VA medical sites in six days, but the department has seen an overall decrease in campus suicides in recent years.
This school waives out-of-state tuition for vets, GI Bill or no GI Bill
Out-of-state tuition rates? For qualifying vets, there’s no such thing at this school — regardless of whether they have GI Bill benefits.
Federal officials to review Wisconsin Guard assault protocol
Federal military officials have agreed to review how the Wisconsin National Guard handles sexual assault in the wake of multiple alleged incidents dating back to 2002, Gov. Tony Evers and U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin said Wednesday.
Military law enforcement falling short in its response to domestic violence incidents, watchdog finds
Problems with law enforcement responses could result in more harm to the victim, and hinder investigations which help commanders and prosecutors make informed decisions about disciplinary or prosecuting actions.
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