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Abree Boykin, 24, the wife of a deployed U.S. Army soldier who lived in post housing at Fort Stewart, was killed July 9, 2018.<br>Facebook

Georgia man admits killing soldier's wife at Fort Stewart

Stafon Jamar Davis, 28, of Savannah, pleaded guilty to premeditated murder and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon in the July 9, 2018, shooting of Abree Boykin, 24, who lived in post housing at Fort Stewart.


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When coronavirus sidelined 18 members of a Coast Guard cutter crew, cadets stepped in

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When coronavirus sidelined 18 members of a Coast Guard cutter crew, cadets stepped in

In the span of three days, a group of third-class cadets went from finishing their first year at the academy remotely from home to boarding the Munro, one of the largest ships in the Coast Guard with a permanent crew of 145 people.


Indo-Pacific Command leader underscores need for stronger missile defense on Guam

Guam urgently needs an Aegis Ashore missile defense system to protect vital military assets from an increasingly aggressive China, according to the head of U.S. Indo-Pacific Command.


Fort Hood soldier threatens leadership, sparks rumor of active shooter

Director of Public Affairs Tom Rheinlander in a tweet said there was no gunman at the U.S. Army base and that the rumors were likely set off by an active-duty soldier, who “made homicidal threats toward his leadership.” The suspect is in custody.


Marines, sailors from Camp Pendleton join the fight against California wildfires

Roughly 250 Marines and sailors from Camp Pendleton, Calif., will deploy to help battle the 25 wildfires still burning across state that have stretched firefighting resources to the limit, military officials announced late Wednesday.



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Georgia man admits killing soldier's wife at Fort Stewart

Stafon Jamar Davis, 28, of Savannah, pleaded guilty to premeditated murder and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon in the July 9, 2018, shooting of Abree Boykin, 24, who lived in post housing at Fort Stewart.


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