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Wet feet, turtles and submarines: The journey to school is an adventure for a Navy officer's son in Hawaii

When his family moved to a different neighborhood, a high school senior came up with a creative way to keep attending his school near Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam without navigating Honolulu's terrible traffic.


Military clinics in Europe gear up to give Pfizer vaccine to kids as young as 12

“We will receive enough doses for all eligible 12- to 17-year-olds to receive first and second doses,” Air Force Lt. Col. Elizabeth Erickson, acting command surgeon for U.S. European Command, said in a statement.

A counter to VX nerve agent might be found in supplement aisles, Army researchers say

Army researchers are hopeful a nutritional supplement found in health food stores might prevent some fatal effects of a potent nerve agent.


US and Greece working on deal to expand military cooperation in the Mediterranean

The deal could “bring in more locations” where U.S. troops can operate in Greece, the Greek defense minister said.