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Academy Cadets: We Want to Make the A-10 More Lethal
A pair of Air Force Academy cadets are looking to boost the performance and lethality of the A-10 Warthog.
Army Expected to Sell Thousands of 1911 Pistols
The U.S. Army is expected to transfer upward of 8,000 surplus M1911 pistols for civilian sale in fiscal 2018.
Investigators Find More Remains of US Soldier Killed in Niger
by Brendan McGarry
U.S. military investigators found more remains of the Army soldier killed in Niger, the Defense Department announced Tuesday.
Alcohol, Liberty Ban for US Troops in Japan After Deadly Car Crash
by Hope Hodge Seck
U.S. Forces Japan cut off local liberty for all troops in the region and prohibited consumption of alcohol until further notice.
Watch Marines Demo Full vs. Semi Auto
A Marine gunner demonstrates when automatic fire is most effective in suppressing an enemy.
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Navy Suspends Search for Sailors Missing in Plane Crash
by Samuel Chamberlain
Eight sailors were rescued after a C-2A Greyhound transport aircraft went down about 500 nautical miles southeast of Okinawa.
Ships, Aircraft Search for 3 US Sailors Missing in Crash
U.S. and Japanese ships and aircraft searched in the Philippine Sea for three sailors missing since a U.S. Navy aircraft crashed.
Navy Recovers 8 Personnel from C-2 Crash off Japan, 3 Still Missing
by Ken Moritsugu
Eight people were rescued and three remained missing after a U.S. Navy plane crashed into the western Pacific Ocean.
Navy to Stop Pepper Spraying Sailors Every 3 Years
by Brock Vergakis
The Navy will no longer require sailors to be pepper sprayed every three years.
Town Moves Navy Officer's Loudspeaker Broadcast of Taps to Local Park
The Canadian Press
A Pennsylvania town has reached a detente over a Navy officer's broadcast of taps through loudspeakers at his home.