Military Legal Affairs
WASHINGTON - The Defense Department says it has paid $47,000 to destroy 9,500 copies of a former Army intelligence officer's war memoir that the Pentagon contends threatened national security.
SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. - Military officials say an investigation is under way after two U.S.
WASHINGTON - At the height of the Iraq war, the Army routinely fired hundreds of soldiers for having a personality disorder when they were more likely suffering from the traumatic stresses of war, discharge data suggests.
DAYTON, Ohio - The Air Force has ordered court martial proceedings for a chief master sergeant accused of repeatedly sexually harassing female subordinates at an Ohio base.
CINCINNATI - The Air Force ordered court-martial proceedings for an Ohio-based chief master sergeant accused of sexually harassing female subordinates, including inappropriate touching and sending explicit text messages.
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