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Commandant of the Marine Corps Gen. Robert Neller, attends a hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., on March 7, 2018. In response to questioning on Thursday, April 19, before the Senate Armed Services Committee about a nude-photo sharing scandal involving Marines and sexual misconduct, Neller said, "I give you my word that anyone who does violate the rules regardless of whether they are a general or a private, they are going to be held accountable.”  CARLOS BONGIOANNI/STARS AND STRIPES

Neller: Marines 'in better place' since sexual misconduct scandals

WASHINGTON — Gen. Robert Neller, commandant of the Marines, told a Senate panel on Thursday that the Corps has enacted a series of reforms to...

The collision-damaged guided-missile destroyer USS Fitzgerald sits in dry dock at Yokosuka Naval Base, Japan, July 11, 2017.  LEONARD ADAMS/U.S. NAVY

‘Significant progress’ made on 7th Fleet’s manning issues, Navy official says

YOKOSUKA NAVAL BASE, Japan — The head of the Navy’s Surface Forces says the service is solving manning shortages that have plagued the 7th Fleet,...

DoD’s Underfunded Maintenance Backlog Exceeds $116 Billion, Official Says

WASHINGTON -- The requested $10.5 billion in military construction and family housing programs in the president’s fiscal year 2019 budget request...

A Terminal High Altitude Area Defense -- also known as THAAD -- interceptor is launched from the Pacific Spaceport Complex Alaska in Kodiak, Alaska, during Flight Experiment THAAD (FET)-01, July 30, 2017. During the test, the THAAD weapon system successfully intercepted an air-launched, medium-range ballistic missile target. (Missile Defense Agency photo by Leah Garton)

Increasing Global Threats Call for Capabilities to Deter, Defend, Officials Say

WASHINGTON -- In today’s increasingly complex and threatening environment, the Defense Department must sustain the capabilities needed to deter...

A U.S. Marine with 3rd Battalion, 4th Marines, Kilo Company poses with a drone during Urban Advanced Naval Technology Exercise 2018 at Camp Pendleton, Calif., March 20, 2018. The Defense Department has highlighted its need to be more agile in technology development, to keep pace with rapidly evolving adversaries. (Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laiqa Hitt)

DoD Must Be More Agile in Technology Development, Official Says

WASHINGTON -- The Defense Department must embrace a more agile approach to technology development to keep pace with rapidly evolving adversaries,...

A screenshot from a video of an Air National Guard master sergeant using a dinosaur hand puppet while reciting the oath of re-enlistment.  SCREENSHOT FROM FACEBOOK

Colonel who led dinosaur-puppet oath demoted, forced to retire

A Tennessee Air National Guard colonel has been demoted and forced to retire for leading a re-enlistment ceremony during which a senior...
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Pet of the week: Seus

Seus is a male boonie mix. He is 2 years old and has a coat of tan. Seus is full of life and loves to run. He does well with lots of toys to keep...

A screenshot from a video of an Air National Guard master sergeant using a dinosaur hand puppet while reciting the oath of re-enlistment. SCREENSHOT FROM FACEBOOK

Air National Guardsman’s dinosaur puppet re-enlistment video sparks outrage

The Tennessee Air National Guard is investigating a video that shows one of its members using a dinosaur hand puppet during a re-enlistment...

Navy Lt. Matt Thomas, an audiologist supporting Pacific Partnership 2018, examines a patient's ear during a community health fair at Yap Memorial Hospital in Micronesia. (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Byron Linder)

Navy audiologist contributes to Pacific Partnership

YAP, Micronesia — Pacific Partnership 2018 marks the 13th iteration of the Navy's humanitarian and civic assistance mission. It brings...

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Get moving with this home workout

This circuit is one of my favorites that I enjoy doing in the comfort of my home, inspired by Shape Magazine. Why is this workout so impactful?...
Naval Aircrewmen Helicopter 1st Class Eric Veditz lowers a hoist down to distressed hikers near the Cetti Bay waterfall in Guam. Aircrew from Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) 25, in partnership with the Guam Fire Department, rescued five hikers who had become stranded when severe rains and flooding impeded the trail they had been hiking on. (Photo by Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Tony Derrick)

HSC-25 rescues stranded hikers near Cetti Bay

YIGO, Guam — Aircrew from Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) 25, in partnership with the Guam Fire Department, rescued five hikers who were...

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