Remarks by Curtis Wright Cumberland County Republican Party Veteran’s Day Barbeque Gillis Hill Farm, Fayetteville, North Carolina November 13, 2011 They have come from the Coastal Plain, the hollers, the lake lands, the Mountains, and the Great Plains. They have come from our settlements, our villages, our towns, our great modern cities. They are our [...]
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The Department of Defense has identified four U.S. servicemembers killed when a car bomb was detonated next to their convoy.
An additional campaign phase has been added for the Afghanistan Campaign Medal, the Pentagon announced Tuesday.
Kaiserslautern middle and elementary schools marked their “Say No To Bullies Day” on Wednesday by wearing pink, making posters, watching videos, learning about cyberbullying and pledging to stop bullying in school.
The Air Force plans to eliminate 9,000 civilian positions now and another 4,500 positions later, the service announced Wednesday in a news release.
YOKOSUKA NAVAL BASE, Japan – Navy medicine began a new fleetwide campaign against synthetic marijuana on Tuesday, on the heels of a recent bust that is expected to result in 64 sailors getting booted from the service for using the designer drug.
The U.S. military on Wednesday extended its temporary curfew for servicemembers in South Korea until Jan. 6, following the sentencing of a U.S. soldier to 10 years in prison for the brutal rape of a South Korean teenager.
Veterans exposed to burn pits during their war deployments are backing legislation to create an ongoing registry of patients and illnesses believed connected to the toxic smoke, suggesting it may be the last chance to discover what long-term health problems they’ll face.
An enthusiastic group of first-graders from Yokota’s Joan K. Mendel Elementary School went behind the scenes Tuesday to check out base operations.
The chief of naval operations said he would review an expensive plan to move an aircraft carrier’s homeport from Virginia to Florida, according to a letter posted on a Virginia congressman’s website.