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Trump deserves every bit of scorn heaped upon himTrump deserves every bit of scorn heaped upon himTrump deserves every bit of scorn his party has heaped upon him.
An act of terrorismAn act of terrorismChattanooga shootings were not simply a 'senseless tragedy'
GOP’s condemnation of Trump pure hypocrisyGOP’s condemnation of Trump pure hypocrisyHere’s the thing about principle.
2 fallen Marines added to military school's Hall of Heroes2 fallen Marines added to military school's Hall of HeroesTwo Marines who were killed while on a relief mission in Nepal have been inducted into the Defense Information School's Hall of Heroes.
Navy examines health concerns near Guantanamo courtNavy examines health concerns near Guantanamo courtA complaint lodged with the Pentagon has prompted the U.S. Navy to look into the possible presence of anything that may cause cancer in a section of the base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, amilitary spokeswoman said Tuesday.
Wounded vets learn how to golfWounded vets learn how to golfA group of veterans got to learn "the game of a lifetime" this week at Inverness Golf Club as part of the Team Semper Fi Golf Camp.
Armed volunteers not leaving Deo recruitment centerArmed volunteers not leaving Deo recruitment centerThe Pentagon has asked civilians guarding recruitment centers to put their weapons away.
Naval officer killed in Chattanooga shooting laid to restNaval officer killed in Chattanooga shooting laid to restCrowds lined the streets of Chattanooga Tuesday to pay their respects to the fifth victim of the July 16 shootings at a military operations center.
Resolution to award Purple Hearts to five shooting victims introducedResolution to award Purple Hearts to five shooting victims introducedU.S. Rep. Chuck Fleischmann has introduced a resolution to award the Purple Heart to the five service members killed in Chattanooga in a mass shooting.
Pentagon officials cite challenges in maintaining technological edgePentagon officials cite challenges in maintaining technological edgeMilitary leaders are hoping directed energy is one technology that will help keep U.S. forces ahead of the world
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Robert Hugh ClouseRobert Hugh ClouseRobert Hugh Clouse 75, Indianapolis, passed away Tuesday, July 28, 2015. Hugh was born in Dayton, OH on September...
Residents offended by profiling in communityResidents offended by profiling in communitySTAUNTON — David Beisner was back at his self-appointed post with a loaded semiautomatic rifle.
Wile E. Coyote saves lives on the high seasWile E. Coyote saves lives on the high seasSeaman 1st Class Jack Drew and Lt. Gerry McGill will share their experiences serving in WWII and the Vietnam War aboard cutter vessels in the Coast Guard.
Background checks for guns must improveBackground checks for guns must improveThese three shootings are just the latest evidence of the need to improve and expand the National Instant Criminal Background Check System, known as NICS.
Marine vet honors fallen female troops with 160-mile runMarine vet honors fallen female troops with 160-mile runMarine Maj. Bridget Guerrero (ret.) says she ran to highlight the sacrifices of servicewomen.
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Lions Club extends program to attract veterans through 2016Lions Club extends program to attract veterans through 2016The program waives the entrance fee for veterans joining a Lions Club chapter
Hiaasen: We just sit and wait for the next massacreHiaasen: We just sit and wait for the next massacreThe story of mass murders has become, after so many horrid tragedies, a fill-in-the-blank exercise.
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On the fridgeOn the fridgeThings to do and places to go on Guam.
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Commandant names congressman an honorary MarineCommandant names congressman an honorary MarineThe Marine Corps added a congressman to its ranks Monday evening in an intimate ceremony at the Home of the Commandants in Washington, D.C.
Oil leak caused Marine jet crash in Southern CaliforniaOil leak caused Marine jet crash in Southern CaliforniaAn oil leak caused a Marine fighter jet to crash in a Southern California neighborhood last year.
Chili's raising money for Chattanooga victims' familiesChili's raising money for Chattanooga victims' familiesMore than 70 Chili's locations will raise money for the families of the Chattanooga victims.
DPW to close two Route 1 lanes for pavingDPW to close two Route 1 lanes for pavingCrews at the East Hagåtña worksite on Route 1 are preparing to lay asphalt, reducing the road to one lane each way.
Concealed-weapon licenses being fast-tracked for militaryConcealed-weapon licenses being fast-tracked for militaryFlorida, which already has the most concealed-weapon licenses in the nation, is now fast-tracking the process for active-duty military members and honorably discharged veterans.
Mass. Marine killed in Chattanooga called ‘exemplary’Mass. Marine killed in Chattanooga called ‘exemplary’Gunnery Sgt. Thomas Sullivan was one of five service members killed by a gunman in Chattanooga
Today in History: July 28Today in History: July 28Highlights from July 28 throughout history are provided.