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  1. U.S. Navy medical personnel displays an enteral feeding tube used for force-feeding detainees during a tour of the detainee hospital at Guantanamo Bay Naval Base, Cuba. The Obama administration is seeking to close a court hearing into the government's treatment of a Guantanamo Bay prisoner, saying that much of the information about the man is classified. Charles Dharapak / AP

    Administration seeks to close Gitmo hearing

    The Obama administration is seeking to close a court hearing into the government's treatment of a Guantanamo Bay prisoner, saying that much of the information about the man is classified.

    • Sep. 29, 2014
  2. Marriage fraud can earn you a prison sentence, stiff fines

    U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials want service members to say, 'I don't' to marriage fraud, warning that it is a federal crime and no laughing matter.

    • Sep. 29, 2014
  3. Retired FBI agent Robert G. Lustyik Jr., leaves federal court in Salt Lake City on Oct. 30, 2012, after pleading not guilty to charges of trying to derail an investigation into a defense contract scandal. Lustyik is set to go to trial in Utah on Sept. 29. Rick Bowmer / AP

    Ex-FBI agent headed to trial in Afghan scheme involving former soldiers

    A former FBI agent is slated to go on trial in Salt Lake City on Monday accused of trying to thwart an investigation into military contract fraud by making a suspect look like a valuable counterintelligence source.

    • Sep. 28, 2014
  4. Jury finds 2 men guilty in federal terror trial

    Two California men were convicted Thursday of conspiring to support terrorists and kill Americans overseas.

    • Sep. 26, 2014
  5. Group seeks federal investigation at Leonard Wood

    A victims rights group is seeking a federal investigation into whether officials at Fort Leonard Wood discouraged trainees from reporting allegations of sexual assault and harassment.

    • Sep. 26, 2014
  6. Valdez

    Man pleads guilty in deadly 2013 stabbing

    One of two Columbia men indicted in a deadly 2013 stabbing pleaded guilty to manslaughter last week in Forrest County Circuit Court.

    • Sep. 26, 2014
  7. Staff Sgt. Angel Sanchez, 30, is accused of using his supervisory position with the 14th Military Police Brigade to threaten some of the women he was tasked with training. Most of the allegations involved women at Fort Leonard Wood in Missouri, but some involved women in Afghanistan and Fort Richardson, Alaska. Army/The Associated Press

    Fort Leonard Wood drill sergeant found guilty of sex assaults

    A Missouri drill sergeant is guilty of sexually assaulting and harassing several female soldiers, a military judge ruled Wednesday.

    • Sep. 24, 2014
  8. Ex-SOUTHCOM intel official gets 3-plus years in bribery case

    A former intelligence specialist for the Miami-based Southern Command has been sentenced to more than three years in prison.

    • Sep. 24, 2014
  9. Fort Bragg soldier pleads to stealing fuel

    A Fort Bragg soldier will be sentenced in December after pleading guilty to stealing more than a million gallons of fuel from an American base in Afghanistan.

    • Sep. 24, 2014
  10. Omar Gonzalez, accused White House fence jumper, was previously arrested in Pulaski County, Va., in July. New River Regional Jail

    Secret Service interviewed accused intruder twice

    Secret Service agents in Virginia and Washington earlier this summer twice interviewed an Army veteran accused of climbing over a White House fence during the weekend and running into the executive mansion in the two months before the embarrassing securit

    • Sep. 23, 2014
  11. Army Private First Class Bradley Manning is escorted out of a military court facility during the sentencing phase of his trial August 20, 2013, in Fort Meade, Maryland. Manning was found guilty of several counts under the Espionage Act, but acquitted of the most serious charge of aiding the enemy. Mark Wilson / Getty Images

    Manning sues Defense Department for gender treatment

    Convicted national security leaker Chelsea Manning is suing the Defense Department for hormone therapy.

    • Sep. 23, 2014
  12. The Pentagon is inviting all military women and 20 percent of men to participate in a survey with explicit questions about sexual assault and their workplace environment. Air Force

    Forcewide sexual assault survey underway

    In recent weeks, hundreds of thousands of service members saw an innocuous-looking email pop into their official inbox urging their participation in a '

    • Sep. 23, 2014
  13. Trial set for Kenai, Alaska, man charged with soldier scam

    A Superior Court judge in Kenai has set a trial date for a man who is charged with establishing a charity for overseas soldiers and keeping most of the donations for personal use.

    • Sep. 23, 2014
  14. Omar Gonzalez, accused White House fence jumper, was previously arrested in Pulaski County, Va., in July. New River Regional Jail

    Prosecutor: White House fence jumper is 'a danger to the president'

    White House fence jumper Omar Gonzalez, arrested Saturday with a folding knife in his pocket, had a car packed with more than 800 rounds of ammunition parked a few blocks away, a prosecutor said Monday in federal court.

    • Sep. 22, 2014
  15. Fort Leonard Wood drill sergeant pleads guilty to sex assaults

    A Missouri drill sergeant charged with sexually assaulting eight female soldiers pleaded guilty Monday to three charges at the outset of his court-martial.

    • Sep. 22, 2014
  16. Police: Bliss solider beat 2-year-old daughter to death

    A Fort Bliss soldier was charged with capital murder after he fatally beat his 2-year-old daughter with a belt because she soiled her diaper, according to West Texas police.

    • Sep. 22, 2014
  17. Uniformed Secret Service officers walk along the fence on the north side of the White House on Sept. 20 in Washington. Susan Walsh / AP

    White House intruder identified as Army veteran

    The man accused of getting inside the White House after scaling a fence is a veteran who was awarded a medal for his service in Iraq and retired due to disability, the Army said Sunday.

    • Sep. 21, 2014
  18. Military court upholds soldier's rape conviction

    A military appeals court has upheld a Fort Campbell soldier's conviction on two charges of rape by force and his sentence demoting him and granting a dishonorable discharge from the service.

    • Sep. 20, 2014
  19. Ask the Lawyer: Leaving child alone may be endangerment

    A. Quite a bit; that could lead to a charge of child endangerment, a violation of Article 134 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice.

    • Sep. 19, 2014
  20. Man shot by Lacey, Wash., police was JBLM soldier

    Joint Base Lewis-McChord officials identified a man fatally shot by Lacey police as a soldier.

    • Sep. 18, 2014
  21. Mufid Elfgeeh tried to give 'material support' to the Islamic State, a federal indictment handed up Tuesday alleges. Tina MacIntyre-Yee/Rochester Democrat and Chronicl

    Alleged IS recruiter in New York accused of trying to buy weapons to attack U.S. troops

    A Rochester man is expected to appear in a federal courtroom here Thursday morning to answer allegations that he recruited fighters for the Islamic State militant group.

    • Sep. 18, 2014
  22. Riley soldier sentenced for Social Security fraud

    A Fort Riley soldier has been sentenced to six months in prison and six months of home confinement for accepting disability payments he wasn't eligible to receive.

    • Sep. 18, 2014
  23. Officers of the U.S. Border Patrol check vehicles in a control facility in Texas. Jose Cabezas / Getty Images

    Border Patrol: Soldier allegedly smuggled immigrants through Texas checkpoint

    Border Patrol agents arrested a soldier who allegedly attempted to bring two undocumented aliens through a Texas checkpoint Sept. 11, hiding them in a pickup truck he was driving while wearing an Army uniform, according to a court document.

    • Sep. 17, 2014
  24. Defense attorney Birney Bervar speaks to a reporter outside federal court on Sept. 17 in Honolulu. Benjamin Bishop, a former civilian defense contractor working at the U.S. military's Pacific headquarters, was sentenced to seven years and three months in prison for divulging military secrets to his Chinese girlfriend and keeping classified documents at his Honolulu home. Audrey McAvoy / AP

    Defense contractor gets 7 years in military secrets case

    A former civilian defense contractor working at the U.S.

    • Sep. 17, 2014
  25. IG: Sexual assault investigators should improve methods

    Military investigators responding to reports of sexual assaults do not always follow the widely accepted standards set by civilian police agencies, according to a new Pentagon Inspector General's report.

    • Sep. 16, 2014

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