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Elmendorf-Richardson airman is demoted for peeing in the office coffee maker

Formally charged as a violation of article 92, dereliction of duty, an unnamed airman “knew or should have known” to “refrain from urinating in the squadron coffee maker,” according to the redacted charge sheet provided by the Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson public affairs office.


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Gallagher says it was 'wrong' and 'distasteful' to pose with body of dead ISIS prisoner

Eddie Gallagher, the Navy SEAL acquitted of murder and supported by President Trump, said it was “wrong” and “distasteful” to pose for a photograph with a dead ISIS prisoner, according to a preview of an interview Gallagher gave to “60 Minutes.”


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Gallagher says it was 'wrong' and 'distasteful' to pose with body of dead ISIS prisoner

Eddie Gallagher, the Navy SEAL acquitted of murder and supported by President Trump, said it was “wrong” and “distasteful” to pose for a photograph with a dead ISIS prisoner, according to a preview of an interview Gallagher gave to “60 Minutes.”


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The incident happened Feb. 17 in the Philippine Sea about 380 miles west of Guam while the Poseidon crew was “operating in international airspace in accordance with international rules and regulations,” according to the Navy.


Final preparations underway for US-Taliban agreement signing in Doha

The stage was set Friday for hundreds of guests to witness an accord expected to lay the groundwork for a U.S. troop withdrawal from Afghanistan after more than 18 years of war.


Nigeria confirms first case of new virus in sub-Saharan Africa

Nigerian authorities on Friday confirmed the first case of the new coronavirus in sub-Saharan Africa as the outbreak spread to a region with some of the world's weakest health systems.



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Gallagher says it was 'wrong' and 'distasteful' to pose with body of dead ISIS prisoner

Eddie Gallagher, the Navy SEAL acquitted of murder and supported by President Trump, said it was “wrong” and “distasteful” to pose for a photograph with a dead ISIS prisoner, according to a preview of an interview Gallagher gave to “60 Minutes.”


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Elmendorf-Richardson airman is demoted for peeing in the office coffee maker

Formally charged as a violation of article 92, dereliction of duty, an unnamed airman “knew or should have known” to “refrain from urinating in the squadron coffee maker,” according to the redacted charge sheet provided by the Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson public affairs office.


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Gallagher says it was 'wrong' and 'distasteful' to pose with body of dead ISIS prisoner

Eddie Gallagher, the Navy SEAL acquitted of murder and supported by President Trump, said it was “wrong” and “distasteful” to pose for a photograph with a dead ISIS prisoner, according to a preview of an interview Gallagher gave to “60 Minutes.”


Ohio doctor enters Army at age 53 to help wounded soldiers

Dr. Mark Gebhart, an emergency department physician at Atrium Medical Center in Middletown, Ohio, has wanted to enlist in the U.S. Army for years, and has always worn his hair a military length, said his wife, Jodi. This week, at age 53, he was commissioned into the Army Reserve as a lieutenant colonel.


Elmendorf-Richardson airman is demoted for peeing in the office coffee maker

Formally charged as a violation of article 92, dereliction of duty, an unnamed airman “knew or should have known” to “refrain from urinating in the squadron coffee maker,” according to the redacted charge sheet provided by the Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson public affairs office.


Marines to bar ‘Confederate-related paraphernalia’ on bases

It remains unclear whether the ban on “all Confederate-related paraphernalia” on Marine Corps installations would apply to barracks rooms, or if it would require removing any existing features on bases.


Marquette’s Coast Guard dogs Thor, Loki advance ranks, honored in sweet ceremony

Much of the event was typical of a U.S. Coast Guard advancement ceremony, with everyone standing at attention as the honorees received their pins. But the brand-new petty officers third class at Station Marquette also got a special bonus: Plenty of dog treats.



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Deputies shared graphic photos of Kobe Bryant crash scene, sources say

Joseph Giacalone, who teaches police procedures at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York, said that generally, sharing photos with anyone not authorized to see them “is a cardinal sin in law enforcement.”