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3 To Receive Medal of Honor Two soldiers who fought in Vietnam and one who was killed during the Battle of Gettysburg will receive the Medal of Honor, the White House announced Aug. Continue ›
Missile Test Fails An Aug. Continue ›
U.S. Expresses ‘Concern' for Chinese Fighter's Action Pentagon officials expressed concern to Chinese officials through diplomatic channels for an Aug. Continue ›
Pentagon: U.S. Attempted To Rescue Journalists Shortly after terrorists released the gruesome video of the murder of journalist James Foley, the Defense Department confirmed that U.S. troops attempted to rescue a number of such hostages held by the terrorist group that held them. Continue ›
Police-Military Gear Transfers Scrutinized The White House and lawmakers on Capitol Hill alike are questioning the extent of equipment transfers to civilian police forces from the armed forces. Continue ›
Obama: No Mission Creep in Iraq Despite recent U.S. air strikes on ISIL targets, President Obama said there would be no mission creep in Iraq. Continue ›
Tuition Assistance Policy Changing The Navy unveiled its plans Aug. Continue ›
Sub Group Disestablished Submarine Group 2 was disestablished during an Aug. Continue ›
Senior Navy Enlisteds To Face Service-Record Reviews The Navy is reviewing the service records of all senior enlisted sailors, to determine who can stay in and who must separate. Continue ›
VA Disability Pegged at $54b in 2013 Disability compensation for veterans reached $54 billion in 2013, amounting to 70 percent of total mandatory spending by the Veterans Benefits Administration (VBA), according to an Aug. Continue ›
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