Harvard will sign a ROTC agreement today. And, veterans sound off on the Wisconsin protests.
BOSTON — The Reserve Officer Training Corps’ four-decade exile from Harvard University campus ends Friday with an agreement that was spurred by a congressional vote allowing gays to serve openly in the military.
NORFOLK, Va. — A Navy admiral on Thursday recommended that the captain who produced and starred in a series of raunchy videos shown to thousands of Sailors aboard the USS Enterprise be censured along with three other high-ranking officers.
Some veterans’ organizations are adding their collective voices to the ongoing protests in Wisconsin, including one group that has called on Wisconsin National Guardsmen to ignore their orders if deployed in response to the demonstrations.
President Obama said Thursday that he had ordered plans giving the U.S. military “full capacity to act, potentially rapidly,” in Libya if the situation there deteriorates.
KARLSRUHE, Germany — A German investigator says the pistol used by the suspect in the slaying of two U.S. airmen at the Frankfurt airport malfunctioned during the attack.
WASHINGTON — The Department of Defense does not provide adequate oversight for hundreds of millions of dollars going to for-profit colleges to educate military service members, according to a Government Accountability Office report presented at a Senate hearing Wednesday.
The man suspected of gunning down two American airmen and wounding two others at Frankfurt’s airport reportedly told German authorities he targeted the U.S. military and that he acted alone.
Mutinous army units in pickup trucks armed with machine-guns and rocket launchers deployed around the strategic oil installation at Brega Thursday, a day after the opposition foiled an attempt by loyalists of leader Moammar Gadhafi to retake control of the port in rebel-held east Libya.
An Army private suspected of leaking hundreds of thousands of sensitive and classified documents to the WikiLeaks anti-secrecy group was charged with aiding the enemy, a crime that can bring the death penalty or life in prison.
The Department of Defense does not provide adequate oversight for hundreds of millions of dollars going to for-profit colleges to educate military service members, according to a Government Accountability Office report presented at a Senate hearing Wednesday.
KABUL, Afghanistan — Afghanistan’s president has warned President Barack Obama that civilian casualties like the nine Afghan boys killed by coalition helicopters this week are a serious problem that needs to be better addressed by the U.S.-led forces.
WASHINGTON — Starting this fall, all active-duty Army units will have two full years at home between deployments, and National Guard and reserve units will get four years between deployments, the service’s chief of staff said Wednesday.
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