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Nearly 400 military bases must be tested for drinking-water contamination

Contamination from former or current military installations has ignited a nationwide review of water on or around bases that used a firefighting foam containing toxic chemicals.


US, N. Korea show off military might with dueling exercises and submarine port call

A U.S. guided-missile submarine made a port call in South Korea and the allied nations conducted maritime exercises Tuesday, while North Korea reportedly conducted a large artillery drill as tensions mounted on the divided peninsula.


Medevac crews don’t hesitate to swoop in when needed

Pilots flying medical evacuation missions over Mosul don’t get a say in where they land. They often have little time to plan their flights, with just 15 minutes from when a call comes in to when they’ve got to be in the air.



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Police investigate paratrooper's death near Fort Bragg, NC

Officials at Fort Bragg said Fayetteville police are investigating the death of a 24-year-old member of the 82nd Airborne Division.


8th Army gets ready to move – the statue of a Korean War hero

After years of delays, the 8th Army headquarters started the clock Tuesday on completing its move to a base south of the South Korean capital by mid-July.


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US rotational forces in Europe conduct largest training event since arrival

The rotational armored brigade deployed to Europe has carried out its largest exercise so far, with nearly 1,400 troops and more than 800 vehicles conducting a live-fire exercise here.



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Official: White House to name Marine veteran the new Secret Service director

The White House is set to name Randolph Alles as the new director of the Secret Service. He is acting deputy commissioner of Customs and Border Protection and previously spent 35 years in the U.S. Marine Corps.


US F-35 stealth fighters arrive in Estonia for NATO drills

Two U.S. F-35 fighter jets arrived on Tuesday in NATO member Estonia to take part in the military alliance's drills as the aircraft saw their first operational deployment in continental Europe.


Analysts expound on why N. Korea's big army day has taken a backseat

Since the rise of Kim Jong Un, North Korea's annual April 25 army anniversary commemoration has taken a backseat to Kim Il Sung's birthday, which is celebrated with an unparalleled display of North Korean patriotism and power.


Medevac crews don’t hesitate to swoop in when needed

Pilots flying medical evacuation missions over Mosul don’t get a say in where they land. They often have little time to plan their flights, with just 15 minutes from when a call comes in to when they’ve got to be in the air.


Deployment reunites sergeant with estranged mother

Sometimes soldiers go into war zones. Sometimes they’re sent to Hawaii. “It’s called ‘the needs of the Army,’” said Master Sgt. Bakkafa Casey. “If it so happens to be where you want to go, that’s awesome.”


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Official: White House to name Marine veteran the new Secret Service director

The White House is set to name Randolph Alles as the new director of the Secret Service. He is acting deputy commissioner of Customs and Border Protection and previously spent 35 years in the U.S. Marine Corps.


US F-35 stealth fighters arrive in Estonia for NATO drills

Two U.S. F-35 fighter jets arrived on Tuesday in NATO member Estonia to take part in the military alliance's drills as the aircraft saw their first operational deployment in continental Europe.


Analysts expound on why N. Korea's big army day has taken a backseat

Since the rise of Kim Jong Un, North Korea's annual April 25 army anniversary commemoration has taken a backseat to Kim Il Sung's birthday, which is celebrated with an unparalleled display of North Korean patriotism and power.


Medevac crews don’t hesitate to swoop in when needed

Pilots flying medical evacuation missions over Mosul don’t get a say in where they land. They often have little time to plan their flights, with just 15 minutes from when a call comes in to when they’ve got to be in the air.


Deployment reunites sergeant with estranged mother

Sometimes soldiers go into war zones. Sometimes they’re sent to Hawaii. “It’s called ‘the needs of the Army,’” said Master Sgt. Bakkafa Casey. “If it so happens to be where you want to go, that’s awesome.”



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Navy Federal to cover direct deposit for eligible members ahead of possible government shutdown

Eligible members include servicemembers in the Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force and Coast Guard; Army or Air National Guard on federal active service; Officer Candidates of the Armed Forces and civilian employees of the DoD who have their net pay deposited directly into a Navy Federal account.



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US F-35 stealth fighters arrive in Estonia for NATO drills

Two U.S. F-35 fighter jets arrived on Tuesday in NATO member Estonia to take part in the military alliance's drills as the aircraft saw their first operational deployment in continental Europe.


Admiral to lead review of oxygen problems affecting F-18, T-45 pilots

The Navy said Monday it will comprehensively review recent breathing problems experienced by aircrews of the F/A-18 strike fighter and the T-45 jets used to train them.


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US F-35 stealth fighters arrive in Estonia for NATO drills

Two U.S. F-35 fighter jets arrived on Tuesday in NATO member Estonia to take part in the military alliance's drills as the aircraft saw their first operational deployment in continental Europe.


Admiral to lead review of oxygen problems affecting F-18, T-45 pilots

The Navy said Monday it will comprehensively review recent breathing problems experienced by aircrews of the F/A-18 strike fighter and the T-45 jets used to train them.



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For this WWII veteran, Pirates game is another moment to savor

As his family and friends gathered inside PNC Park and team officials approached with field credentials for them to wear as they were escorted to a spot in front of the Pirates’ dugout, John Galasso realized something was about to happen before he could buy his usual game-day meal of hot dog, fries and a diet soda.


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For this WWII veteran, Pirates game is another moment to savor

As his family and friends gathered inside PNC Park and team officials approached with field credentials for them to wear as they were escorted to a spot in front of the Pirates’ dugout, John Galasso realized something was about to happen before he could buy his usual game-day meal of hot dog, fries and a diet soda.



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