Rose L. Thayer

National Guard recovery efforts expand in Puerto Rico

About 1,300 service members from the National Guard and the Army Reserve are now providing shelter for thousands of Puerto Ricans left homeless by a series of earthquakes that devastated the island more than two weeks ago.

National Guard triples force in Puerto Rico as New York prepares to send troops

Puerto Rico has activated more than 650 of its National Guard members with 115 more preparing to travel from New York to help construct and support tent shelters across the southern region of the island where thousands of residents continue to sleep outdoors for fear of another major earthquake.

Saudi military trainees sent home as FBI declares Pensacola Naval Air Station shooting an 'act of terrorism'

While there is no evidence of assistance or knowledge of the attack by other members of the Saudi military who are training in the United States, 21 students will be sent back home for anti-American social media posts or child pornography, according to Monday’s announcement.

200 Puerto Rico National Guard troops activated in earthquake recovery

Nearly 200 Puerto Rico National Guard members are assisting in the recovery efforts following a series of earthquakes this week that have shaken the island and left thousands homeless.

Construction company to pay $3 million to Fort Sill to settle false claim lawsuit

A Kansas-based construction company has agreed to pay $3 million to settle a lawsuit, accusing them of submitting false claims to the Army for work completed to a dam at Fort Sill, Okla., according to the Department of Justice.

Three lawsuits filed in San Diego over Marine Corps families' housing conditions

Two Marine Corps families are suing Lincoln Military Housing for negligence, fraud and rent abatement, among other allegations, related to mold in housing at Camp Pendleton and Marine Corps Air Station Miramar that left members in each family sick.