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    Top Pentagon official charged with stealing license plates

    A high-level Defense Department official, in a pique over a neighborhood parking dispute, has been arrested and will do 32 hours of community service at a local food bank. Bryan Whitman, a civilian leader in the Pentagon's public affairs office, was charged with three counts of theft for stealing...

  • Congress passes bill to allow inurnment of WASPs at Arlington National Cemetery

    Congress passes bill to allow inurnment of WASPs at Arlington National Cemetery

    Congress has approved legislation to allow Women Airforce Service Pilots who flew domestic missions during World War II to be inurned at Arlington National Cemetery. The House of Representatives passed the legislation Thursday. It now awaits the president's signature. About 1,700 women — including...

  • General is 1st woman to lead top-tier U.S. combat command

    General is 1st woman to lead top-tier U.S. combat command

    Air Force Gen. Lori J. Robinson on Friday became the first woman to lead a top-tier U.S. warfighting command when she took charge of the North American Aerospace Defense Command and U.S. Northern Command in Colorado. Robinson — one of just two female four-star generals in the Air Force — was "the...

  • Woman apprehended after threat she brought a bomb to Joint Base Andrews

    Woman apprehended after threat she brought a bomb to Joint Base Andrews

    A woman walked into the visitor center at Joint Base Andrews on Thursday afternoon and said she had a bomb strapped to her chest, base officials said. The threat caused lockdowns at the base in Prince George's County and ended peacefully with the woman apprehended. She did not have a bomb, officials...

  • Soldier from Fulton dies during training in Louisiana

    Soldier from Fulton dies during training in Louisiana

    FORT CAMPBELL, Ky. — The Army says a 101st Airborne Division soldier has died from injuries suffered during a live-fire training exercise at Fort Polk, Louisiana. A statement from Fort Campbell says the soldier died Tuesday after participating in the event at the Joint Readiness Training Center....

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