A lawyer for a 31-year-old soldier accused of strangling one man and stabbing another during a trip to see his estranged wife in southeastern Michigan says he may pursue an insanity defense.
Marines in 16 additional military occupational specialties are eligible to make lateral moves into the Corps' growing cyber security community, a career change that could come with a meaty cash bonus.
Four U.S. Marine military policemen had the opportunity to spend a day on a shooting range in New Zealand, firing 900 rounds from the service rifles and pistols used by their Kiwi counterparts.
The Navy plans to fully fund its tuition assistance coffers in fiscal 2014 at the same $84 million level it paid out in 2013. But after that, all bets are off.
Senior Airman Cortney Paxton didn't plan to take a five-day self-defense course at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont., last month. She was a last-minute fill-in for a sick friend.