Monthly Archives : June 2015

US Coast Guard Rescues 4 Adults, 1 Child After Plane Crash In Bahamas

Five plane crash survivors were rescued Monday night in Bahamas, the U.S. Coast Guard crew confirmed in a news release. The crew had spotted them floating on a life raft in southeast of Nassau, capital of Bahamas. Search and rescue…

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Camp Pendleton Marine retried for Iraq murder | UTSanDiego.com

  A Marine convicted of murder in one of the most prominent and convoluted legal cases of the Iraq War is back in court this week at Camp Pendleton, facing retrial for the slaying of an Iraqi man dragged from…

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Texas Navy veteran gets free 7-Eleven franchise

  The move will keep Page much closer to his growing family. They’re living in Granbury, while he has spent the past couple of years in West Texas working in the oil and gas industry. “I didn’t really have an…

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Strain on Navy Resources Will Cause Mideast Carrier Gap

NORFOLK — A year after Navy aircraft carriers launched an ongoing U.S. air assault against Islamic State fighters in Iraq and Syria, the Navy plans to pull its carrier presence from the Middle East this fall for as long as…

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Air Force Sgt. arrested in Reno, Nevada after fleeing base

RENO, NV (KTVI) – A U.S. Air Force Technical Sgt. who disappeared while awaiting court martial at Scott Air Force Base was arrested more than 1,800 miles away in Reno, Nevada. Technical Sgt. David Helm was stopped Monday night along…

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Anxious About China, Asian Nations Buy More U.S. Military Hardware

Southeast Asia is becoming a booming market for U.S. defense companies. Countries such as Vietnam, Malaysia and Thailand are spending billions to upgrade and expand their defense systems. At the heart of this shopping spree is anxiety over China. But…

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