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Maj. Gen. Stephen Neary has been relieved of command of U.S. Marines in Europe and Africa while the service investigates allegations he used a racial slur that denigrates Black people, the Corps said Tuesday.



Army captain arrested, charged with murder in the death of fellow Fort Bliss officer

Capt. Clevy Muchette Nelson-Royster, 27, is the second person charged with murder in the death of Capt. Malcom X. Perry, 27, according to the El Paso, Texas, Police Department.


Paratrooper’s airborne TikTok video could be a safety violation, Army says

The Army is looking into a viral video showing a soldier drinking from an Ocean Spray juice bottle and lip-syncing the words of the Fleetwood Mac hit “Dreams” while on a daytime parachute jump.


Ramstein Air Base to house new NATO space center

Defense Secretary Mark Esper and other military chiefs will review the plan Thursday, when NATO’s 30 member states begin a virtual two-day meeting.




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Trump signs veteran suicide prevention measures into law

President Donald Trump has signed a bill into law that contains dozens of methods to prevent suicide among veterans, including measures to boost mental health research and staffing at the VA and establish a grant program for state and local groups.


US, India, Japan, Australia plan annual Malabar naval exercise amid tensions with China

The Malabar exercise comes as India contends with a simmering border dispute with China, and the U.S. rotates warships through the South China Sea, a sore spot in U.S.-Chinese relations.


Pentagon estimates cost of new nuclear missiles at $95.8B

The Pentagon has raised to $95.8 billion the estimated cost of fielding a new fleet of land-based nuclear missiles to replace the Minuteman 3 arsenal that has operated continuously for 50 years, officials said



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Ramstein Air Base to house new NATO space center

Defense Secretary Mark Esper and other military chiefs will review the plan Thursday, when NATO’s 30 member states begin a virtual two-day meeting.


US held secret talks with Syria over missing journalist, sanctions, military presence, Syrian newspaper reports

Two senior U.S. officials visited Damascus in August for secret talks about the fate of missing American journalist Austin Tice, sanctions and the U.S. military presence in Syria, in rare high-level negotiations, according to a newspaper aligned with the Syrian government.


Trump says Sudan will be removed from terrorism list

President Donald Trump on Monday said Sudan will be removed from the U.S. list of state sponsors of terrorism, a move that would open the door for the African country to get the international loans and aid that are essential for reviving its battered economy and rescuing the country’s transition to democracy.


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Justice Department files landmark antitrust case against Google

The Justice Department on Tuesday sued Google for antitrust violations, alleging that it abused its dominance in online search and advertising to stifle competition and harm consumers.


Ramstein Air Base to house new NATO space center

Defense Secretary Mark Esper and other military chiefs will review the plan Thursday, when NATO’s 30 member states begin a virtual two-day meeting.


US held secret talks with Syria over missing journalist, sanctions, military presence, Syrian newspaper reports

Two senior U.S. officials visited Damascus in August for secret talks about the fate of missing American journalist Austin Tice, sanctions and the U.S. military presence in Syria, in rare high-level negotiations, according to a newspaper aligned with the Syrian government.


Trump says Sudan will be removed from terrorism list

President Donald Trump on Monday said Sudan will be removed from the U.S. list of state sponsors of terrorism, a move that would open the door for the African country to get the international loans and aid that are essential for reviving its battered economy and rescuing the country’s transition to democracy.



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Army captain arrested, charged with murder in the death of fellow Fort Bliss officer

Capt. Clevy Muchette Nelson-Royster, 27, is the second person charged with murder in the death of Capt. Malcom X. Perry, 27, according to the El Paso, Texas, Police Department.


Fast take: How do extremist ideologies find a home in the military community?

In this fast take episode of Military Matters, host Rod Rodriguez discusses feedback we've gotten after the QAnon episode, and explores possible characteristics about veterans and service members that make them so vulnerable to extremism. To uncover more, he talks again with journalist and military veteran Jack Murphy.


Marine Corps general under investigation for using racial slur is relieved of duty

Maj. Gen. Stephen Neary has been relieved of command of U.S. Marines in Europe and Africa while the service investigates allegations he used a racial slur that denigrates Black people, the Corps said Tuesday.


Yokota Air Base in Tokyo looks toward local hires to solve child care problem

Yokota Air Base may hire more local Japanese personnel for long-term childcare positions rather than rotate staff as U.S. personnel come and go, the base commander said.


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Army captain arrested, charged with murder in the death of fellow Fort Bliss officer

Capt. Clevy Muchette Nelson-Royster, 27, is the second person charged with murder in the death of Capt. Malcom X. Perry, 27, according to the El Paso, Texas, Police Department.


Fast take: How do extremist ideologies find a home in the military community?

In this fast take episode of Military Matters, host Rod Rodriguez discusses feedback we've gotten after the QAnon episode, and explores possible characteristics about veterans and service members that make them so vulnerable to extremism. To uncover more, he talks again with journalist and military veteran Jack Murphy.


Marine Corps general under investigation for using racial slur is relieved of duty

Maj. Gen. Stephen Neary has been relieved of command of U.S. Marines in Europe and Africa while the service investigates allegations he used a racial slur that denigrates Black people, the Corps said Tuesday.


Yokota Air Base in Tokyo looks toward local hires to solve child care problem

Yokota Air Base may hire more local Japanese personnel for long-term childcare positions rather than rotate staff as U.S. personnel come and go, the base commander said.