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Hundreds of Marine families receive free Christmas trees


US soldier killed in Afghanistan


Government seeks quick ruling on transgender troops case


President Trump delivers Thanksgiving message to U.S. service members


Camp Lejeune Marines, Navy SEALs charged in murder of Green Beret


Sailor killed at Pearl Harbor will be buried Saturday in Eastern Carolina hometown


Official: Humvee dropped from plane by mistake in rural NC


Trump space force - a real need but hazy planning


Head of Fayetteville VA medical center resigns


Half Staff: Flags to be lowered Tues. in honor of National Guard soldier


Marine tied to Charlottesville violence booted from service


Camp Lejeune honoring first African-American Marines


Mississippi honors Marine plane crash victims with memorial


Army to introduce new fitness test that drops sit-ups


Camp Lejeune Marine connected to Charlottesville rally faces imprisonment


Chicago soldier killed in Korea finally being laid to rest


Jacksonville Readiness Center renamed after guardsman killed in Iraq


Officials urged to meet with NAACP about Coast Guard Academy


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After the most deadly wildfire in state history all but destroyed Paradise, residents finally have something to cheer about.

Suspect apprehended in connection with anti-gay subway attack

Allasheed Allah, 54, has been charged with assault as a hate crime and aggravated harassment as a hate crime for the Nov. 30 attack on a 20-year-old woman.

Alabama AG taking over case of black Army veteran killed by police

The death of Emantic "EJ" Bradford Jr. at a suburban Birmingham mall last month led to nearly-daily protests.

Teen kills himself inside Indiana middle school after shootout with police

Police and school officials were notified that an armed person was heading to the school with the intention of hurting people.

Boy Scouts may file for bankruptcy because of sex abuse suits

The group said in a statement that it was "working with experts to explore all options."