- A U.S. Marine charged with murder has testified in court that he choked a Filipino unconscious during a fight that started when he discovered that she was a transgender woman in a Philippine motel.
- The first Montford Point Marines checked in to their recruiting station on August 26, 1942. It was a time before the Marine Corps allowed white and black Marines to live and work together.
- State Sen. Richard Burr says the war on terrorism won't be successful unless U.S. strategy changes from simply containing terrorist groups overseas to a more aggressive policy that also brings Middle East allies into the fight.
- Master Sgt. Patrick Malone, a spokesman for the 82nd Airborne Division, says 60 soldiers were gathered to discuss the day's training when lightning struck nearby around 8 p.m. Wednesday.
- The report conducted by the North Carolina Military Affairs Commission and the State Department of Commerce also shows that nearly 775,000 retired veterans will stay in the state after serving.
- Members of a U.S. Army skydiving team will return to their base, where they will have access to counseling, after a parachutist from their unit died from injuries suffered during a stunt at the Chicago Air & Water Show.
- Reaction Tuesday after the Department of Veterans Affairs announced it would review the disability status of Marines who were affected by contaminated drinking water at Camp Lejeune.
- Three of the five military service members killed in Chattanooga earlier this month had ties to Camp Lejeune. All five members were honored at a local memorial service on Wednesday.
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