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Many veterans choose private health option over VAMany veterans choose private health option over VATennessee Valley Healthcare System reports that turnover has improved to 5.8 percent.
VA to review status of Marines affected by tainted waterVA to review status of Marines affected by tainted waterThe Department of Veterans Affairs announced Monday it will begin reviewing the disability status of Marines who developed cancers and other conditions due to exposure to chemicals that contaminated the water at Camp Lejeune for more than 30 years.
Memphis cop killing suspect surrendersMemphis cop killing suspect surrendersThe emotional manhunt for a paroled bank robber suspected of fatally shooting a Memphis police officer ended Monday evening when the suspect surrendered to the U.S. Marshal's office, local and federal authorities announced.
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Green, others want to give Guard state carry permitsGreen, others want to give Guard state carry permitsThree senators called on Gov. Bill Haslam to allow Guard members to get state carry permits.
U.S. Navy: "Navy personnel being charged not true"U.S. Navy: "Navy personnel being charged not true"Rumors swirled online over the weekend that U.S. Navy Lt. Commander Timothy White would be charged for discharging a personal weapon during the Chattanooga shooting.
2015 Navy & Marine Corps Sea Pay2015 Navy & Marine Corps Sea PayAll Navy and Marine Corps personnel entitled to basic pay and serving on seas duty are entitled to career sea pay.
WWII vet shares his memory of capturing a Japanese shipWWII vet shares his memory of capturing a Japanese shipThe incident came to be the largest enemy vessel captured by the Allies during World War II using the fewest number of men.
Montana National Guard increases securityMontana National Guard increases securityMontana National Guard is increasing security at recruiting offices, armory facilities
On the FridgeOn the FridgeA list of events, activities and meetings on Guam.
Letters to the Editor: Say it straight – Tom Brady cheatedLetters to the Editor: Say it straight – Tom Brady cheatedReaders weigh in on DelDOT; thanks from veterans; Tom Brady and Sandra Bland
Tucson police officer killed in Glendale crashTucson police officer killed in Glendale crashOne of the men killed in Saturday's multi-vehicle crash in Glendale was Isaac Rosario, an off-duty Tucson Police officer
Sunday morning explosions at 2 N.M. churches stun congregantsSunday morning explosions at 2 N.M. churches stun congregantsThe blasts caused no injuries and only minor damage, police said.
Monday’s letters to the editor, Aug. 3Monday’s letters to the editor, Aug. 3“I think this is how the majority of our citizens feel. The Donald just had the nerve to say so.”
On the fridgeOn the fridgeWhat's happening around Guam
FINE: Outraged by outrage – and lack of itFINE: Outraged by outrage – and lack of itOnce we’ve processed our pain and engaged in communal catharsis, what then?
Fundraising for Raleigh park to tell black experience stallsFundraising for Raleigh park to tell black experience stallsSupporters are considering major revisions to plans.
Leadership Clarksville announces 2015-16 classLeadership Clarksville announces 2015-16 classAllen re-elected group’s president
Marines say farewell to the Phrog after its final flightMarines say farewell to the Phrog after its final flight"The CH-46 has protected combat power, has rescued Marines that were wounded on the battlefield and it has helped in a lot of humanitarian, disaster relief efforts," Davis said. "We are going to do that and more with MV-22."
Meetings, deals and more for veteransMeetings, deals and more for veteransYour news this week
On newsstands this weekOn newsstands this week In this week’s issue of Marine Corps Times, the boot camp gender divide. Get your own copy starting Monday at your local exchange or commissary.
Dems still weighing Iran deal, but happy with Obama outreachDems still weighing Iran deal, but happy with Obama outreachObama has talked to more than 80 lawmakers, either individually or in small groups.
Rex LacyRex LacyRex Lacy, 64 MUNCIE - Rex Lacy, 64, passed away Thursday, July 30, 2015 at his sister Molly's residence,...
Today In History: August 3Today In History: August 3Highlights from August 3 in history
Families struggle 10 years after Ohio Marines killed in IraqFamilies struggle 10 years after Ohio Marines killed in Iraq CINCINNATI — Some people look surprised and tell him they just can't believe it's been 10 years already. For Keith Wightman, time hasn't passed quickly at all.
Jerry A. OwensbyJerry A. OwensbyJerry A. Owensby April 19, 1939 passed away at home in Colorado on July 25, 2015. He served in the U.S. Marine...
Families struggle 10 years after Ohio Marines killed in IraqFamilies struggle 10 years after Ohio Marines killed in IraqTwo memorial events are scheduled for this month for the 23 people Lima Company lost over a 5-month period of 2005.
Boyle: Should civilians be allowed to guard recruiters?Boyle: Should civilians be allowed to guard recruiters?John Boyle talks to the armed civilian who’s been standing guard at the recruiting station.