NCIS documents cast doubt on Navy SEAL’s guilt in slaying of Islamic State fighter
Interviews with two senior Iraqi military leaders contradict nearly every aspect of the federal case against Gallagher, 39, who faces up to 18 criminal counts, including premeditated murder for allegedly stabbing to death a badly wounded Islamic State detainee near Mosul on May 3, 2017.
NCIS agent faces charges for romancing, aiding Syrian man under federal investigation
Leatrice M. De Bruhl-Daniels allegedly had a romantic relationship with a Syrian man while stationed in Dubai, and told him he was the target of a federal investigation, according to court records.
Trump shifts blame for Osama bin Laden’s escape from McRaven to Bill Clinton
A day after seeming to blame the former military leader for taking too long to catch the terrorist, Trump took to social media Monday to blame the former president instead.
Why this cycle’s petty officer advancements didn’t increase
More than 22,000 active, drilling reserve and reserve full-time support sailors will learn they’ve been advanced to the next pay grade in time for their Thanksgiving dinners.
Navy commissions latest littoral combat ship, Sioux City, into service
It’s the nation’s sixth Freedom-class littoral combat ship. The vessel has an aluminum skin, high-tech computer capabilities and can reach a speed of 40 knots.
Acrimonious Pacific summit underscores tensions between Beijing and Washington
The U.S. and Australia plan to develop a naval base with Papua New Guinea.
DoD ships Thanksgiving turkeys to troops deployed along the border
Troops will be spending the holiday on base, and leave is up to individual commanders, Pentagon officials said.
Space Force could cost fraction of Air Force estimates
A defense budget analyst thinks the Air Force overestimated the cost of standing up a new space service. Here are his numbers.
Check out this stunning 360-degree video of soldiers flying over Hawaii while harnessed to a Black Hawk
Soldiers from 25th Infantry Division Lightning Academy conducted special patrol insertion/extraction training off the pristine coastline of Hawaii.
Report: Enemy attacks decrease in Afghanistan but airstrikes, deaths rise as urban centers remain vulnerable
A gap in security assistance between Army unit rotations is raising concerns.
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