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Army requests millions to fix homes for high-ranking officers in the Washington area

The Army wants major renovations at the homes of top military brass in the Washington area, where scores of multimillion dollar projects are planned to restore aging historic properties, the service said.


‘I had the intent to kill’: Japanese woman charged in Yokota airman’s stabbing death gives her testimony

A Japanese woman who admitted to fatally stabbing an American airman in his off-base home said she aimed for his neck when questioned by a judge Wednesday during the third day of her jury trial in western Tokyo.


Further facility closures at US bases in Europe possible as coronavirus spreads, Wolters says

In Vicenza, Italy, the Army has closed on-base schools, child care centers, gyms and churches after a spike in coronavirus cases in the broader region. Military personnel also have been told not to travel to areas where clusters of confirmed cases have emerged.



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US military in Japan urges base commanders to impose more coronavirus screenings, cancellations

U.S. Forces Japan elevated its health protection condition to Bravo on Wednesday and encouraged further precautions as the new coronavirus, COVID-19, spreads across the nation.


Army garrison in South Korea hit by two coronavirus cases prays for infected soldier

The Army garrison in the epicenter of South Korea’s coronavirus outbreak issued a prayer “to crush and rip off the head of this Coronavirus” on Wednesday after the first American soldier tested positive for infection.


Man arrested after trying to blow up vehicle in Pentagon parking lot, feds say

Police arrested Matthew Dmitri Richardson, 19, of Fayetteville, Ark., on charges of maliciously attempting to damage and destroy by means of fire. He was set to make his initial appearance in federal court Tuesday afternoon.


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Army requests millions to fix homes for high-ranking officers in the Washington area

The Army wants major renovations at the homes of top military brass in the Washington area, where scores of multimillion dollar projects are planned to restore aging historic properties, the service said.


‘I had the intent to kill’: Japanese woman charged in Yokota airman’s stabbing death gives her testimony

A Japanese woman who admitted to fatally stabbing an American airman in his off-base home said she aimed for his neck when questioned by a judge Wednesday during the third day of her jury trial in western Tokyo.


Further facility closures at US bases in Europe possible as coronavirus spreads, Wolters says

In Vicenza, Italy, the Army has closed on-base schools, child care centers, gyms and churches after a spike in coronavirus cases in the broader region. Military personnel also have been told not to travel to areas where clusters of confirmed cases have emerged.


DODEA’s Bahrain School closes over coronavirus concerns

Military children at the Bahrain School have been told to stay home the rest of the week, following the country’s first confirmed coronavirus case and several others reported at the island kingdom’s airport.


AFRICOM airstrike kills key planner of attack on US forces in Kenya

A U.S. airstrike has killed a key planner in January’s deadly attack on U.S. forces in Kenya, where three Americans were killed after al-Qaida-connected militants stormed a local base, U.S. Africa Command said Tuesday.


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Army requests millions to fix homes for high-ranking officers in the Washington area

The Army wants major renovations at the homes of top military brass in the Washington area, where scores of multimillion dollar projects are planned to restore aging historic properties, the service said.


‘I had the intent to kill’: Japanese woman charged in Yokota airman’s stabbing death gives her testimony

A Japanese woman who admitted to fatally stabbing an American airman in his off-base home said she aimed for his neck when questioned by a judge Wednesday during the third day of her jury trial in western Tokyo.


Further facility closures at US bases in Europe possible as coronavirus spreads, Wolters says

In Vicenza, Italy, the Army has closed on-base schools, child care centers, gyms and churches after a spike in coronavirus cases in the broader region. Military personnel also have been told not to travel to areas where clusters of confirmed cases have emerged.


DODEA’s Bahrain School closes over coronavirus concerns

Military children at the Bahrain School have been told to stay home the rest of the week, following the country’s first confirmed coronavirus case and several others reported at the island kingdom’s airport.


AFRICOM airstrike kills key planner of attack on US forces in Kenya

A U.S. airstrike has killed a key planner in January’s deadly attack on U.S. forces in Kenya, where three Americans were killed after al-Qaida-connected militants stormed a local base, U.S. Africa Command said Tuesday.



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Janessa Goldbeck, who left the Marine Corps six weeks before announcing her candidacy for the 53rd Congressional District, has made her military experience a big part of her campaign in a district with a large population of veterans and active duty service members.



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Navy proposes expanded training for SEALs at Washington state parks

The U.S. Navy has applied to the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission to expand the number of western Washington state parks it would use for Special Operations training. They want to go from five parks to 29, including four in Grays Harbor and three in Pacific County.


Army requests millions to fix homes for high-ranking officers in the Washington area

The Army wants major renovations at the homes of top military brass in the Washington area, where scores of multimillion dollar projects are planned to restore aging historic properties, the service said.


‘I had the intent to kill’: Japanese woman charged in Yokota airman’s stabbing death gives her testimony

A Japanese woman who admitted to fatally stabbing an American airman in his off-base home said she aimed for his neck when questioned by a judge Wednesday during the third day of her jury trial in western Tokyo.


Marquette’s Coast Guard dogs Thor, Loki advance ranks, honored in sweet ceremony

Much of the event was typical of a U.S. Coast Guard advancement ceremony, with everyone standing at attention as the honorees received their pins. But the brand-new petty officers third class at Station Marquette also got a special bonus: Plenty of dog treats.


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Navy proposes expanded training for SEALs at Washington state parks

The U.S. Navy has applied to the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission to expand the number of western Washington state parks it would use for Special Operations training. They want to go from five parks to 29, including four in Grays Harbor and three in Pacific County.


Army requests millions to fix homes for high-ranking officers in the Washington area

The Army wants major renovations at the homes of top military brass in the Washington area, where scores of multimillion dollar projects are planned to restore aging historic properties, the service said.


‘I had the intent to kill’: Japanese woman charged in Yokota airman’s stabbing death gives her testimony

A Japanese woman who admitted to fatally stabbing an American airman in his off-base home said she aimed for his neck when questioned by a judge Wednesday during the third day of her jury trial in western Tokyo.


Marquette’s Coast Guard dogs Thor, Loki advance ranks, honored in sweet ceremony

Much of the event was typical of a U.S. Coast Guard advancement ceremony, with everyone standing at attention as the honorees received their pins. But the brand-new petty officers third class at Station Marquette also got a special bonus: Plenty of dog treats.