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Court Rejects Sexual-Harassment Lawsuit A three-judge panel with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit turned down an appeal by 12 female former sailors and Marines, who claim that they were raped, sexually assaulted or harassed while on active duty. Continue ›
VA Nominee Confirmed by Senate Panel The Senate Veterans' Affairs Committee unanimously approved the nomination of Robert A. Continue ›
Bill Would Allow Recoupment of VA Employee Bonuses The House Veterans Affairs Committee will consider a measure introduced July 14 by its chairman, Rep. Continue ›
Five Admit to Contract Fraud An Oregon company, its owner, and four employees pled guilty to defense-contract fraud July 18, for their role in selling knock-off parts for Army Kiowa helicopters to the government while passing them off as genuine. Continue ›
Blue Angels 2015 Team Named The Blue Angels, the Navy's flight-demonstration unit, has announced the names of those selected for the 2015 season. Continue ›
Units Picked for Afghanistan Rotation Three Army units will deploy to Afghanistan sometime this fall as part of the regular rotation of troops, the Pentagon announced July 23. Continue ›
China Defends Spy Ship's Presence Military representatives of the Chinese government defended the presence of a spy ship that has been patrolling waters near Hawaii while the U.S. Navy and navies of partner nations took part in the recent Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) exercise. Continue ›
Mental-Health Access Increased TRICARE, the military's managed health-care agency, now is offering expanded access to qualified mental-health counselors. Continue ›
Former Soldier Receives Medal of Honor Former Army Staff Sgt. Continue ›
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