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A Marine from Camp Lejeune, who was on active duty when he broke into the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, pleaded guilty Monday to a misdemeanor charge tied to the 2021 riot.
Sep. 11—A committee of five war veterans has launched a new Wreaths Across America drive to commemorate veterans buried in three Rensselaer County cemeteries.
Sep. 5—In a free talk that is part of the Vallejo Naval & Historical Museum's Living History Speaker Series, a Vallejo author on Thursday will recount the story of some Filipino-American soldiers who fought in the Pacific Theater during World War II.
When a recruit from Micronesia earned his title of U.S. Marine last year, he never dreamed his first deployment would be to his tiny tropical homeland in the western Pacific.
Sep. 6—Nearly eight years ago, the United States opened up all military combat roles to women, clearing a pathway for female service members to join the most elite military forces.
WASHINGTON — The leading Republican candidates for president want to unleash military strikes inside Mexico against the cartels — with or without Mexico’s permission — and have not voiced concern about the likely blowback.
When the first recruiting class of Gov. Ron DeSantis’ new Florida State Guard showed up for training last month, they had varied experiences and expectations.
Aug. 24—A judge Wednesday sentenced former Ocean Springs businessman to serve five years in prison for his role in a multi-million dollar healthcare fraud case that involved the hoarding of scare personal protective gear during the COVID-19 pandemic
Aug. 27—WENTZVILLE — Mark Schmitz thinks a lot about what to tell members of Congress investigating the attack that killed his son.
Three U.S. Marines died and five are in critical condition following a military aircraft crash off the coast of Darwin in Australia’s Northern Territory.