A Buffalo police officer facing his first questions in a lawsuit over shoving a 75-year-old protester to the ground never lost his composure.
Retired airman admits to having classified documents in his Florida home￼
A former U.S. Air Force intelligence officer once stationed at MacDill Air Force Base admitted in federal court Tuesday that he kept classified national security documents in his Tampa home.
Biden makes surprise visit to Ukraine as first anniversary of Russian invasion nears
KYIV, Ukraine — President Joe Biden secretly slipped into Kyiv on Monday for a historic visit to show U.S. solidarity with war-torn Ukraine, pledging more military aid and declaring Russian leader Vladimir Putin to be “dead wrong” in his underestimate of Western support and resolve.
“Military pushes family life on us:” Soldier says after making it less than 90 days in marriage
A recurring trope within US military culture is that many lower enlisted will marry -be it to a civilian or one another- so that they may receive extra benefits, including but not limited to tax breaks, off-post housing opportunities and…
Air Force Security Forces member accused of “thirst-trapping” Russia from Alaska
A US Airman assigned to the Security Forces has been busy on TikTok- so much so, that she seems to do so regardless of whether or not she’s actively on duty. Airman First Class Farrell, who goes by “preciousfaithh” on…
Former Army sergeant sentenced in fellow soldier’s stabbing death
Jozsef Papp The Atlanta Journal-Constitution (TNS) A former U.S. Army sergeant who admitted to the fatal stabbing of a soldier at Fort Stewart in 2020 has been sentenced to life in prison. Byron Booker, 29, had previously pleaded guilty to premeditated murder of a…