Commandant: Coast Guard nears readiness ‘tipping point’
Adm. Karl Schultz praised his Coasties for doing more with less.
Message to the Fleet: Go lead yourself!
The Salty Millennial sounds off.
Prosecutors: Coast Guard crew finds man bludgeoned to death
According to the criminal complaint, the captain of the "No Bitchin" vessel radioed for help Monday for a "domestic dispute."
The last Pearl Harbor survivor in Kansas City has died
He was a corpsman on the battleship Nevada when the Japanese attacked at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii on Dec. 7, 1941.
Sub base kickback case settled
The $133,718 fine was announced Wednesday.
SEAL vet dishes on mysterious arrest in Haiti
The retired SEAL and his fellow contractors — carrying a dozen semi-automatic rifles and pistols, along with satellite phones and other gear — had pulled away from a bank when they were stopped by police and detained.
Deployments to US-Mexico border straining Marine Corps, commandant warns
The Marines' top general said readiness would further erode without funding relief.
Trump says ISIS territory in Syria nearly eliminated
President Donald Trump said Wednesday the last pocket of the Islamic State’s land in Syria will be liberated by U.S.-backed forces “by tonight.”
A government watchdog is investigating Trump’s defense secretary. Here’s why.
The acting defense secretary is under scrutiny for disparaging comments he reportedly made about Lockheed Martin while serving in an official role.
Afghan troops beat up contractors, stole equipment: report
The latest report by a government watchdog for Afghanistan reconstruction raises further questions about the ability of Afghan forces to operate on their own.
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