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Stolen valor: Fake Green Beret forced to shut down Honor Guard group

Papotia Reginald Wright started the 8th Special Forces Regiment New York Honor Guard more than a year ago to perform burial services for veterans. But according to investigations by multiple groups, the supposed Special Forces veteran vastly inflated his military service, including medals for valor, and his group has since shut down.

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US continues to help search for Argentine sub crew that could be running out of oxygen

The U.S. Navy and Air Force continued to assist in the search for an Argentine submarine that has been lost in the South Atlantic for seven days. Experts say the crew of 44 might be reaching a critical period of low oxygen.


Pilots in deadly crash at Laughlin Air Force Base identified

The Air Force on Wednesday released the names of the pilots involved in the deadly T-38 Talon training crash Nov. 20 at Laughlin Air Force Base.


Congress hears testimony on use of nuclear weapons

For the first time in more than 40 years, senators debated whether the president should possess the power to unilaterally launch a nuclear first strike.


Marine veteran who lost his legs in Afghanistan completes his final marathon of 31-day stretch

Rob Jones braved the cold weather on Veterans Day to complete his mission: running 31 marathons in 31 days.


Report: Pacific fleet unprepared, stretched thin

A U.S. Navy report released Thursday depicts a Pacific fleet that is unprepared for emergencies, lacking in training and severely overstretched in dealing with threats in the region.


Navy report tells a tale of chaos and terror aboard Fitzgerald

For the 35 sailors in Berthing 2 on the USS Fitzgerald, June 16 was a normal night, with the deployed ship steaming in calm seas. All that would change within hours, as the Fitzgerald and a civilian cargo ship collided, killing seven.