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This viral photo of an airman licking a POW sign went viral on Friday.

Air Force will take ‘appropriate action’ over viral POW/MIA emblem photo

WASHINGTON — The Air Force is “disappointed” in the airman who appeared in a photo that is being circulated of her posing with her tongue in the...

HSC-25 Rescues 10 Fishermen from Sinking Vessel

APRA HARBOR, Guam (Feb. 14, 2014) – Sailors from Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) 25 conducted a search and rescue (SAR) operation and rescued...

The U.S. Senate side of the Capitol.  Stars and Stripes

Senate votes to restore cuts to military retirement pay

WASHINGTON — The Senate voted 95-3 on Wednesday to repeal cuts that would have reduced military retirement pay by tens of thousands of dollars for...

Scanning a common access card.   U.S. Air Force

DOD to require documentation to replace lost CAC cards

The Defense Department is about to require documentation to fully account for lost and stolen common access identification cards, officials say....

  Whitney Haas, lead sales associate at Kadena Air Base's Gift Corner, shows an oriental antique to Cindy Scaparrotti on Jan. 30, 2014. The Kadena Gift Corner is run by the Kadena Officers Spouses Club, a private organization whose purpose is to provide scholarship opportunities for military spouses and dependents. The gift corner also provides employment opportunities.  Naoto Anazawa/U.S. Air Force

Study: 90 percent of military spouses underemployed

STUTTGART, Germany — A new study confirms what many military spouses know from experience: Finding gainful employment is no easy task.
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African-American recruits maneuver through an obstacle course during Marine Corps recruit training in the mid-1940s aboard Montford Point now Marine Corps Base Camp Johnson, N.C. The Montford Point Marines were the first African Americans in the Marine Corps and helped pave the way for the Marine Corps to become the racially non-biased fighting force it is today. Photo by Courtesy Asset

Road to equality in Marine Corps remembered

MARINE CORPS AIR STATION MIRAMAR, Calif. -- As service members begin to settle into the new year, some look to the past in reverence and thanks...

Bill introduced to strengthen invasion of privacy laws

Recently a man was convicted in local Court for being a peeping tom after he installed cameras in the women’s restrooms of a local banking...

Fox discusses posture, threats in Asia-Pacific region

WASHINGTON, Feb. 11, 2014 – Acting Deputy Secretary of Defense Christine H. Fox warned today against assuming a permissive environment for U.S....

The House of Representatives side of the U.S. Capitol.  Stars and Stripes file photo

House votes to repeal cuts to military retirement pay

WASHINGTON — The House voted Tuesday to repeal cuts to military retirement pay that were scheduled to go into effect next year.

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GCC launches Keep Your Guard Up training Feb. 17

GCC will launch its Keep Your Guard Up training program for Guam Army National Guard soldiers returning from deployment in Afghanistan on Monday,...

Sailors aboard the USS Topeka (SSN 754) prepare the mooring lines as the submarine enters port on Nov. 24, 2004, after being underway for three days off the coast of California.  DoD photo by PO2 Johansen Laurel, U.S. Navy

Fourth attack sub to be homeported in Guam

(PEARL HARBOR) – The U.S. Navy announced today that the Los Angeles-class fast-attack submarine USS Topeka (SSN 754) will change homeports and...

A Brain Injury Awareness Open House was held at Tripler Army Medical Center in Honolulu in March 2013 to educate beneficiaries on what brain injury services and support are available. (Michael R. Holzworth/U.S. Air Force)

Brain implants hold promise restoring combat memory loss

WASHINGTON — The Pentagon is exploring the development of implantable probes that may one day help reverse some memory loss caused by brain injury...

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