CG Officer Charged in Crash Pleads Guilty
The highest-ranking member of the Coast Guard crew involved in a collision with a pleasure boat that killed an 8-year-old boy in San Diego Bay pleaded guilty on Tuesday to a charge of dereliction of duty.
Stavridis: Signs of Al-Qaida in Libyan Rebels
As the United States and other nations build ties with rebels and political opponents trying to oust Libyan strongman Moammar Gadhafi, intelligence suggests al-Qaida and other terrorists have a small presence within the opposition group, a top military commander said Tuesday.
DoD: Libya Mission Has Cost US $550M So Far
The military intervention in Libya has cost the U.S. Defense Department an extra $550 million so far, mostly for bombs and missiles, officials said Tuesday.
Gay Troops Get Own Magazine
A group founded by gay and lesbian former servicemembers has gone online with the first magazine geared toward homosexual GIs.
‘Bangor 5’ Protesters Sentenced to Prison
Two priests, a nun and two women in their 60s who cut through fences at Naval Base Kitsap-Bangor to protest submarine nuclear weapons were sentenced Monday to prison terms ranging from two to 15 months.