The U.S. Navy Surgeon General and Chief of the Navy's Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, Vice Admiral Matt Nathan, got a firsthand look at the revamped Naval Hospital at Camp Lejeune.
The U.S. Army has officially declared a Fort Bragg soldier dead, more than a year after she was last seen leaving a bar near the base.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has ordered the military to recertify all 25,000 people involved in programs designed to prevent and respond to sexual assault.
Federal prosecutors want to stop a former manager at a Navy bombing range from taking a cruise to the Bahamas, saying he may never return to face charges of stealing more than $6 million worth of scrap metal.
About 160 Camp Lejeune Marines and sailors are headed to Afghanistan to pack up and ship U.S. gear.
A court martial for Brig. Gen. Jeffrey Sinclair is scheduled to begin June 25 on charges that include forcible sodomy, indecent acts, violating orders and adultery.
Three officers have been relieved of their command after the training accident in March that claimed the lives of seven Marines.
ECU Police say there has been an order for Adam Johnson's arrest since 2009.
A group is honoring military spouses one shoe box at a time. A group of 1000 military spouses in the east are getting thank yous this week from the non-profit group Support Military Spouses.
The Marine base today announced that they have decided to cancel this year's Fourth of July event for the public to minimize the impact on vital programs on the base.
The brother of a New York native killed in Afghanistan says his sibling and another Marine were slain by an Afghan soldier they were training.
Israeli warplanes struck areas in and around the Syrian capital Sunday, setting off a series of explosions as they targeted a shipment of highly accurate, Iranian-made guided missiles believed to be on their way to Lebanon's Hezbollah militant group, officials and activists said.
President Barack Obama said Friday he doesn't foresee any circumstance requiring the U.S. to send ground troops into Syria, even as Washington pursues more evidence about the regime's purported use of chemical weapons.
Marines said one of the few and the proud earned his newest combat medal while still a lance corporal as he helped make sure a fallen Marine got home.
An American military tanker refueling plane carrying three crew members crashed Friday in the rugged mountains of Kyrgyzstan.
Companies that issue installment loans in North Carolina are lobbying anew to raise borrowing costs for many of their customers.
A remote-controlled roadside bomb killed three police officers in eastern Afghanistan on Sunday, an attack the Taliban claimed as the opening round of their spring offensive.
Robots were critical in the capture of the Boston marathon bombing suspect just last week, and Friday the Cherry Point bomb disposal team showed us how they train with similar robots.
Military families in the east have a good reason to celebrate this Friday.
The Marines are taking an interesting approach to the annual day when Americans take their children to their workplaces.
Camp Lejeune has honored seven of its Marines killed in an explosion during a training exercise last month in Nevada.
Another preliminary hearing is set to take place in the case of the American soldier accused of killing 16 Afghan civilians.
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