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WASHINGTON -- Funding for the government system that allows veterans to seek private-sector health care could be depleted as early as Jan. 2, according to the Department of Veterans Affairs. The agency is required to include a notice in the...
Marine Corps officials said today that someone pointed a laser at a UH-1Y Huey helicopter flying routine operations near Marine Corps Training Area Bellows on Dec. 5. "The incident has been reported to the Honolulu Police Department. (The) Naval Criminal...
Juan Perez '17 served as the student speaker for UMUC Commencement on the morning of Saturday, December 16, 2017.
The Beaufort County Sheriff's Office is investigating the theft of several pieces of gear from a car belonging to a military policeman at Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort. A Sheriff's deputy responded to the Woodbridge area at Parkside Drive in...
A Mexican-born veteran of the US Marines is being allowed to return to the USA after he was deported for animal cruelty fifteen years ago. Marco Chavez and two other deported veterans were pardoned by California Governor Jerry Brown, thanks...
SALEM -- Students, parents and veterans made an emotional appeal to the School Committee Monday night to reinstate the retired Marine Corps officer who was fired as the high school's ROTC instructor. About 100 people packed the meeting room at...
Marine Corps staff and Fallbrook School Board members were on-site for the ground breaking of construction of the new San Onofre Elementary School on Camp Pendleton, Dec. 14, 2017. Students, parents and staff also attended and learned of funding from...
Adam Driver served nearly three years in the Marine Corps before an injury ended his military career. Soon after, Driver caught the acting bug and now he wants other service members to try their hands at theater. Driver, who joined...
Update: Dec. 18 - The jury decided the fate of a Marine Staff Sergeant from Camp Lejuene in just over an hour. Joshua Aaron Block, 26, from Atascosa, Texas, was found not guilty after a jury unanimously decided to reject North...
Wade Benton remembers the year because the 1968 Ford pickup was new. The children of the Grays Hill mobile park his family owned, Benton Trailer Park, passed time in a nearby swimming hole. They built a 10-foot pile of dirt...