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A student accused of slashing a Muslim taxi driver's neck was suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder brought on by the horrors of the war he witnessed while filming a documentary in Afghanistan, his attorney said Monday.
"Send in the Marines!" For many generations, successive U.S. presidents have given those orders, from early in our nation's history in places like Montezuma's palaces in Mexico to the Barbary pirates' shores of Tripoli, and more recently from the halls of Saddam Hussein in Iraq to the pirate-infested coast of Somalia.
Dear Sgt. Shaft, here is good one for you since this repayment of separation pay was not well planned.
Before hundreds of Code Talkers were recruited from the Navajo Nation to join the elite unit, 29 Navajos were recruited to develop the code that would confound Japanese military cryptologists and help win World War II. Of the Original 29, just three survive. Cpl. Chester Nez is one.
Personal computer maker Dell Inc. spent $690,000 in the second quarter to lobby the federal government on Defense Department appropriations and other issues, according to a disclosure report.
In growing numbers, migrants are gambling their lives at sea as land crossings become even more arduous and likely to end in arrest. Sea interdictions and arrests have spiked year-over-year for three years, as enforcement efforts ramp up to meet the challenge.
The southern Pacific Coast is a new frontier for illegal immigrants entering the United States, a roughly 400-square-mile expanse that stretches from a bullring on the shores of Tijuana, Mexico, to suburban Los Angeles.
Marine Corps Commandant Gen. James T. Conway said Tuesday it probably will be a "few years" before Afghanistan will be secure enough for the Marines to leave.
Marine Lance Cpl. Justin Wilson was buried at Arlington Cemetery on July 12 with all the ceremony due a Marine killed in Afghanistan. I was honored to be there. But for me, the events leading up to the ceremony at Arlington honored Cpl. Wilson as much as did the ceremony itself because they came from his fellow citizens, who recognized his service and sacrifice on their behalf.