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Soaring with the Blue Angels | Once in a lifetime opportunity
Ride along with San Diego anchor Marcella Lee as she gets the opportunity of a lifetime to fly with the Blue Angels in an F/A-18 Super Hornet.
Growing STEM: Cleveland Navy Week shines spotlight on careers in STEM
Scientists from the Naval Oceanographic Office are in town for Cleveland Navy Week to explain their roles in providing navigation and security for the U.S. Navy.
U.S. Army implements Brandon Act following criticism from late Navy sailor's family
The Army's announcement comes days after the family of Petty Officer 3rd Class Brandon Caserta criticized the branch for not implementing the law.
After Marine's wife says husband denied care when he invoked Brandon Act, lance corporal is flown off ship to receive medical evaluation
The wife of a Marine stationed aboard the USS Carter Hall said her husband's pleas for help were ignored for weeks.
3M agrees to pay $6 billion to settle earplug lawsuits from US service members
The service members alleged that a defective design allowed the earplugs to loosen slightly, leading to hearing damage.
3 US Marines killed, 20 injured after military aircraft crashes in Australia
The crash happened during Exercise Predators Run, which involves the militaries of the United States, Australia, Indonesia, the Philippines and East Timor.
Final day to file claim to receive retroactive PACT Act benefits extended to Monday
If a claim is filed or an intent to file is submitted by Monday, applicants may be eligible to receive benefits backdated to Aug. 10, 2022.
Law expanding benefits for toxin-exposed veterans nears anniversary: 'I still wake up pinching myself'
Although there's no deadline, anyone who files an eligible claim or signals the intent to do so by Wednesday could collect payments retroactive to last year.
Bride and groom gifted a free wedding after bride diagnosed with second brain tumor
The bride, Jennifer Cooper, says she was unknowingly exposed to depleted uranium off-base while serving in the U.S. Marines. The tumors are a result of exposure.
Marine staff sergeant found not guilty in Parris Island death of recruit
Pfc. Dalton Beals died on June 4, 2021, during a strenuous exercise known as "The Crucible" that caps a 13-week training course at Parris Island.
3 Marines found dead at North Carolina gas station died of carbon monoxide poisoning, officials say
Three Marines who were stationed at Camp Lejeune died from carbon monoxide poisoning, according to the Pender County Sheriff's Office.
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