John Mark Mulick Jr. was one of 429 crew members on the USS Oklahoma when it sank during the Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941. On Saturday at Calvary Cemetery in Elma, Iowa, Mulick will be reinterred.
In a letter Monday, six members of the House committee urged David Ferriero, the archivist for the United States, to apply for funding through the Technology Modernization Fund to help with the digitization efforts. The fund is intended to help federal agencies with technological challenges.
Marine Corps veteran Sarah Rudder, 38, tied for second in the CrossFit open adaptive trials this past spring, which qualified her for this week's NOBULL CrossFit Games 2021, which will include more than 600 able-bodied and adaptive athletes from around the world, today through Sunday.
Capitol Police Sgt. Aquilino Gonell said he was more scared on Jan. 6 than he was during his Army tour of duty in Iraq. He said when he arrived home at 4 a.m. on Jan. 7, he could not even hug his wife because his uniform was so soaked in chemical irritants he had been sprayed with. He faces multiple surgeries from his injuries and at least a year of rehabilitation.
Ensign Regine Tugade-Watson, who competed for Guam at the 2016 Rio Olympics, deployed as a surface warfare officer on the amphibious-assault ship in March, but she didn’t use that as an excuse to slacken her training.
Former U.S. Air Force intelligence analyst Daniel Hale argues that he should be sentenced to just 12 to 18 months in prison. It was not vanity but "irreconcilable moral conflict," his lawyers argue, that drove him to print out documents and share them with a journalist from the Intercept.
Considered one of the greatest fighter pilots of all time, Capt. Dale “Snort” Snodgrass’ military career began in the early 1970s and ran for 26 years. He accumulated more than 4,800 hours in the F-14 in both war and peace, more than any other pilot.