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The Defense Department may close Tricare customer service centers in the U.S. as part of a cost-saving move that would affect hundreds of thousands of troops and their families.
The USS Gerald R. Ford, the nation's first Ford Class aircraft carrier, is readying for christening on Nov. 9 and a rigorous set of tests and evaluations after that.
In early 2012, Natasha Schuette was nearly done with basic training at Fort Jackson, S.C., when a male drill sergeant lured her into an office and sexually assaulted her. As horrendous as it was, the assault was only the beginning of her ordeal.
The Pentagon's chief of security has been cited for a range of ethics violations, including using his staff for meal runs and allowing favored employees to play in golf tournaments while on administrative leave.