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  1. The cruiser Cowpens Navy

    Cowpens XO canned for drunken driving

    The second-in-command of the cruiser Cowpens has been fired for drunken driving, the latest sign of turmoil for the star-crossed cruiser.

    • Sep. 19, 2014
  2. A World Health Organization worker, right rear, trains nurses to use Ebola protective gear in Freetown, Sierra Leone, on Sept. 18. Michael Duff / AP

    U.S. troops to have no direct contact with Ebola victims

    The 3,000 U.S. troops who will deploy to West Africa to help contain the Ebola epidemic will not have direct exposure to patients infected with the potentially deadly virus, a top defense official said Friday.

    • Sep. 19, 2014
  3. Illinois Army National Guard provide covering fire for their fellow soldiers during training in 2012. Some states had been forced to cancel training due to budget shortfalls earlier this month. Jesse Houk/Army

    National Guard to resume September training

    September weekend drills for Army National Guard soldiers are back on track after a $101 million shortfall forced multiple states to postpone their training.

    • Sep. 19, 2014
  4. Jets do a flyover at Soldier Field before an NFL football game between the Chicago Bears and Buffalo Bills on Sept. 7, 2014, in Chicago. Nam Y. Huh / AP

    Abuse scandals prompt Hagel to examine military's links to NFL

    Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is taking a close look at the military's ties to the National Football League amid a spate of domestic violence scandals involving high-profile athletes.

    • Sep. 19, 2014
  5. French jets carried out their first air strike against Islamic State militants Friady in Iraq, President Francois Hollande announced today, vowing that more operations would follow. France has six Rafale fighter jets and just under 1,000 soldiers based in the United Arab Emirates and could even mobilize an aircraft carrier, the Charles de Gaulle. Jean-Luc Brunet / AFP via Getty Images

    France strikes IS depot in Iraq

    Joining U.S. forces acting in Iraqi skies, French fighter jets struck Friday against the militant Islamic State group, destroying a logistics depot, Iraqi and French officials said.

    • Sep. 19, 2014
  6. Odierno: Airstrikes tougher as militants blend in

    The Army's top officer warned Friday that it will become increasingly difficult to target and launch precision airstrikes against Islamic State militants hiding among the Iraqi population.

    • Sep. 19, 2014
  7. Bas-relief inscriptions are displayed at the Iraqi National Museum in Baghdad. Hadi Mizban / AP

    Militants threaten ancient sites in Iraq, Syria

    For more than 5,000 years, numerous civilizations have left their mark on upper Mesopotamia from Assyrians and Akkadians to Babylonians and Romans.

    • Sep. 19, 2014
  8. Glen Doherty died in an attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya on Sept. 12, 2012. Doherty's heirs, led by his mother Barbara Doherty, filed a claim in September 2014 seeking damages from two government agencies, alleging inadequate security at the U.S. diplomatic post and nearby CIA compound. AP

    Family of former SEAL slain in Benghazi may sue

    BOSTON The family of a CIA contractor killed in Benghazi, Libya, has filed claims seeking $2 million in damages from the CIA and State Department, alleging there was inadequate security at the U.S.

    • Sep. 19, 2014
  9. New commander takes helm at Undersea Warfare Center

    The Naval Undersea Warfare Center in Rhode Island has a new leader.

    • Sep. 19, 2014
  10. Under the new service, troops will be able to get basic Internet with a data transfer speed of 128 kilobits per second, as well as TV services with local channels, for free. They'll also have the option to pay to upgrade to faster speeds and more channels. Army

    Bigger, better, cheaper Wi-Fi coming soon to barracks, dorms

    A new Wi-Fi service is being rolled out over the next year in barracks and dormitories for soldiers, airmen and Marines.

    • Sep. 19, 2014
  11. Michelle Monaghan's character faces estrangement from her young son after multiple deployments in 'Fort Bliss.' Entertainment One Films

    For single moms in uniform, 'Fort Bliss' movie shows costs & rewards

    Army Master Sgt. Kerensa Crum wasn't expecting much when she walked into an early screening of 'Fort Bliss,' a new movie about the struggles of a single mom in the military.

    • Sep. 19, 2014
  12. Eleven universities are coming together to share their programs for improving the graduation rates of low-income and first-generation college students, and develop a national playbook for what works. The ASSOCIATED PRESS

    Universities form group to improve low-income students' graduation rates

    Michigan State University has been graduating more low-income students since starting a program three years ago to bring advisers, tutors, health care and other services into clusters of residence halls to integrate the 'living and learning' experience.

    • Sep. 19, 2014
  13. Aging Americans burdened by student debt

    Rosemary Anderson could be 81 by the time she pays off her student loans.

    • Sep. 19, 2014
  14. Army quarterback Angel Santiago pitches to running back Raymond Maples during the Black Knights 35-0 loss to Stanford last week. Marcio Jose Sanchez / AP

    Army football team hopes to finally conquer Wake Forest

    Wake Forest hasn't been able to count on many wins during coach Dave Clawson's tough first season.

    • Sep. 19, 2014
  15. 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
  16. Dr. Emanuel Diaz, a major stationed at Patrick Air Force Base practicing family medicine, recently helped some accident victims while off-duty. Malcolm Denemark/Florida Today

    Off-duty Patrick AFB doctor springs into action after highway wreck

    Maj. Emanuel Diaz, a medical doctor with the 45th Medical Group, attends to patients every day at the clinic at Patrick Air Force Base. As an Air Force doctor who can be deployed to treat battlefield wounds, he is also trained to handle trauma.

    • Sep. 19, 2014
  17. Italian village honoring pilots of WWII US bomber

    Nearly 70 years after they died when their crippled bomber slammed into a northern Italian mountain, the two Americans at the controls of the ill-fated warplane are being honored by residents of a village near the crash site.

    • Sep. 19, 2014
  18. WWII vet finally awarded Purple Heart

    After a 70-year wait, a World War II veteran from the Fox Valley received a long-overdue award.

    • Sep. 19, 2014
  19. Vet aims to clean up bombs in Vietnam

    ATHENS, Ga. Chuck Searcy might one day return to Athens to stay.

    • Sep. 19, 2014
  20. Online tools expected to ease absentee voting

    If you plan to vote in the Nov. 4 elections, now is the time to request an absentee ballot, said the defense official who runs the Federal Voting Assistance Program.

    • Sep. 19, 2014
  21. Mission Family: Transition help open to spouses, too

    When a service member leaves the military, it affects the entire family. How a family prepares for that transition can make a huge difference.

    • Sep. 19, 2014
  22. Tricare Help: Tricare coverage on a vacation cruise

    Q. While my wife and I were on a vacation cruise, my wife fell during a shore excursion in Mexico. She was treated by the physician on the cruise ship for a hand fracture, a forehead laceration and a chest contusion.

    • Sep. 19, 2014
  23. An Iraqi Kurdish Peshmerga soldier fires at Islamic State militants near Mosul. JM Lopez/AFP via Getty Images

    Airstrike kills 40 Islamic State fighters

    A U.S. air strike near Mosul on Thursday killed 40 Islamic State militants near a terrorist training camp, according to a senior Defense Department official.

    • Sep. 19, 2014
  24. WWII veteran gets high school diploma

    Dearborn High School has awarded a diploma to an 88-year-old man who left to serve in the U.S. Marine Corps during World War II before completing his senior year.

    • Sep. 19, 2014
  25. A three-tour veteran of Iraq and Afghanistan has sued Gov. Rick Scott, pictured, and top officials at the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation, whom he claims stripped him of his job because of his military service. Alex Wong/Getty Images

    Soldier sues Florida for discrimination

    A three-tour veteran of Iraq and Afghanistan has sued Gov. Rick Scott and top officials at the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation, whom he claims stripped him of his job because of his military service.

    • Sep. 19, 2014
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