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Medic Testifies That He, Not Eddie Gallagher, Was Responsible for Militant's Death
A medic testifying in the trial of SEAL Edward Gallagher has shockingly testified that he is the one who killed the militant.
Serbian Court Acquits US Marine Veteran Citing Lack of Evidence
A Serbian court acquitted a former U.S. Marine charged with illegal possession and distribution of weapons.
Marine Raider Gets 4 Years in Hazing Case That Left Green Beret Dead
Marine Staff Sgt. Kevin Maxwell Jr. is the second of four special operators to appear in the case.
4 Charged in Green Beret's Death Reportedly Planned to Sexually Assault Him on Camera
Special operators charged in the death of a comrade planned to record him being sexually assaulted, according to a report.
Family Members Reject Niger Ambush Final Report as Top Cover for Senior Officers
Several family members of the four troops killed in the Niger ambush have angrily rejected the Pentagon's final report.
Today's Rangers Scale Normandy Cliff in Honor of One of D-Day's Boldest Actions
About 100 Rangers climbed the steep limestone cliffside at Pointe du Hoc to commemorate the historic operation.
One-Star Falsely Claimed Flight Hours, Mistreated Subordinates: IG Report
A probe into Cartier's conduct, spurred by a number of complaints over "toxic leadership," began after she left Kirtland.
Army to Promote Hundreds of PSYOP Soldiers at Fort Bragg
The 1st Special Forces Command will promote 300 psychological operations sergeants at a record-breaking promotion ceremony
Trump Pardoning Troops Could Bring Military Discipline Problems, Experts Say
If the commander in chief gives a pass to troops who've been accused of war crimes, experts warn it could disrupt discipline.
Defense Seeks Pause in Navy SEAL Case While Probing Spying
Lawyers for Lt. Jacob Portier also asked a judge to hold a public hearing into the intrusion and the extent of its impact.