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  • US Marine released in Iraqi war crime case after murder conviction overturned.

    A U.S. Marine convicted in a major Iraqi war crimes case was released Monday and will remain free while his case is being reviewed after a military appeals court ruled he had an unfair trial. read full article ...
  • Iran aid ships on collision course with Israeli blockade of Gaza

    In this image reviewed by the Israeli military, showing the view from aboard an Israeli Naval vessel, as Israeli Navy soldiers prepare to intercept several boats headed towards the Gaza Strip, while in international waters in the Mediterranean Sea, early ...
  • Nanosonic develops new material for fire and blast protection

    Nanosonic, a company based in Blacksburg, has developed a new technology for the Navy that protects structures from fire and other blasts. read full article ...
  • Army chief Gen. Han tapped as JCS chairman

    Army Chief of Staff Gen. Han Min-koo has been named the new chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Ministry of National Defense said Monday. read full article ...
  • Army welcomes older recruits looking for stability

    Kim Medeiros jogs around her block in Brandon wearing a sauna suit. Then the 41-year-old mother of three pulls off the trash bag-like poncho, angles herself on a picnic table and starts knocking out pushups. read full article ...
  • Army top brass axed as Cameron prepares for challenging times

    Air Chief Marshal Sir Jock Stirrup has been asked to stand down early by Defence Secretary Liam Fox, as has MoD civil servant Sir Bill Jeffrey enlarge The British military will have a new chief, with the current holder of the post being asked to retire ea...
  • Trident non-negotiable but troops face cuts

    TROOP numbers could be reduced in the upcoming strategic defence review, as Defence Secretary Liam Fox insisted that only the UK's Trident nuclear deterrent and service pensions will be ring-fenced from cuts. read full article ...
  • Elks ceremony honors Old Glory

    Doug Uhland said he worked for the American flag for 32 years, so it wasn't a stretch for him to take some time out on Sunday to honor the red, white, and blue symbol. read full article ...
  • Pulaski depot rebuild set for fall completion

    The $1.2 million project could be finished within two years of a fire that damaged hundreds of artifacts. read full article ...
  • Dallas groups to retire worn U.S. flags solemnly by fire

    On Monday, Americans will be encouraged to fly their flags in celebration of National Flag Day. read full article ...
  • Sailor retires after 20 years, but recommits to lifelong hitch as husband

    Twenty years ago, a young North Carolinian enlisted in the U.S. Navy. On Saturday, he retired from the service as Petty Officer 1st Class. read full article ...
  • Israeli diplomat: Dozens of Al Qaeda-linked terrorists were on board flotilla

    Israeli Navy Intercepts boats in an aid-transporting flotilla bound for Gaza on May 31. read full article ...
  • Longtime Navy officer turned focus to inmates

    The Jenks resi- dent spent decades helping prisoners find and keep faith. Capt. Lew Diley, a retired Navy submarine officer, moved to the Tulsa area in 1988 and became a prominent figure in a faith-based prison ministry in the state. read full arti...
  • Governor General conducts fleet review to mark navy centennial

    It could have been a scene from the game Battleship. Naval ships from six countries were scattered beyond Victoria's Esquimalt Lagoon on Saturday for an international fleet review celebrating the Canadian navy's 100th anniversary. read full article...
  • Perdue expected to attend F-35 hearing in Havelock

    Local leaders pushing for F-35B Joint Strike Fighters to be based at Cherry Point air station will have the backing of the state's top official at a public hearing Tuesday in Havelock. read full article ...
  • Military news, Walker and Catoosa counties, May 2010

    Hunt completes Navy basic training Navy Seaman Apprentice William J. Hunt, son of Teresa H. and Dale M. Hunt of Ringgold, recently completed Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill. read full article ...
  • World War II Navy veteran survived 'fire and mayhem'

    As a sonarman for the U.S. Navy, Wayne Hopson hunted for enemy submarines in the Pacific Ocean during World War II. read full article ...
  • NKorea vows to blow up South propaganda facilities

    Intelligence officers from Asian and Pacific nations pass by wreckages of the South Korean naval vessel Cheonan, which was sunken near the maritime border with North Korea in March, at the Second Fleet Command of Navy in Pyeongtaek, South Korea, on Friday...
  • Panel makes suggestions to cut defense spending

    How about retiring 57 ships from the Navy? And cutting 200,000 troops from the military? And ending costly programs like the V-22 Osprey, the Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle, even the new refueling tanker? How about curtailing the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter...
  • Military identifies USS Oklahoma sailor killed in Pearl Harbor attack

    The military says it's identified the remains of a sailor killed during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941. read full article ...

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