According to recent DoD study, most troops and their families don’t care whether gays are allowed to serve in the military. And, Korean troops exchange fire at the border.
WASHINGTON — An internal Pentagon study has found that most U.S. troops and their families don’t care whether gays are allowed to serve openly and think the policy of “don’t ask, don’t tell” could be done away with, according to officials familiar with its findings.
CAMP LEJEUNE — Marine Col. Douglas Denn, arrested and charged with driving while impaired Monday night, was relieved as commanding officer of Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point on Thursday.
North Korea fired two rounds toward South Korea at their tense border and South Korean troops immediately fired back three shots, an official said Friday. No injuries were reported.
ANDERSEN AIR BASE, Guam — Secretary of State Hillary Clinton made a rare visit Friday to Guam, where island lawmakers called for more federal funding and pressed their concerns over a U.S. military buildup.
The Pentagon wants computers to see into the future — and stop crimes before they happen.
As the U.S Army considers whether Maj. Nidal Hasan, the suspect in last year’s Fort Hood massacre, should face a court-martial, it also is looking at whether the military missed signals that might have indicated what was about to happen.
The Army has found that 79 percent of suicides in its ranks occurred in the first three years of life as a soldier, whether or not the soldier had been deployed. And suicides tend to happen during times of serious transition.
All Air Force medical facilities stopped vaccinating against anthrax on Oct. 26 after officials determined that many treatment centers administered expired vaccines earlier in the same month.
An influential lawmaker hinted Wednesday that Congress could move to reduce the size of the Army and Marine Corps soon after the Obama Administration begins withdrawing from Afghanistan.
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