This story first appeared in The East Texan, the student newspaper at Texas A&M University-Commerce. It is being reprinted with permission.
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“Thank you for your service” is a phrase veterans appreciate on Veterans Day – or any other day of the year for that matter.
MESA, Ariz. - The storage unit's corrugated metal door slid upward, revealing 100 square feet of mostly empty space. Not very promising, thought Joe Alosi, a businessman who bid on units, sight unseen, when tenants stopped paying the rent. Several plastic bins sat in the middle of the floor, and dust billowed as Alosi peeled off the first lid.
In a historic first, the Marine Corps plans to assign a female officer to the infantry following her anticipated graduation from its grueling training program, service officials said Thursday.
Researchers say they’ve resolved the 150-year mystery of what happened to crewmembers on the famous Civil War submarine H.L. Hunley, the first ever to sink an enemy warship during combat.
SEOUL — A U.S. Navy investigation is now underway into how the USS John S. McCain collided with an oil tanker three times its size off the Strait of Malacca early Monday morning, as the search for 10 missing sailors continues.
MANKATO, Minn. — June Shoen cried when she received confirmation that remains exhumed from a cemetery in Hawaii were those of her big brother.
MUSKEGON, Mich. –– The evening sky was thick with dark gray clouds.
TOKYO - A number of the seven U.S. Navy sailors missing after a collision between a destroyer and a container ship have been found dead, the Seventh Fleet said Sunday.
TOKYO - Seven U.S. Navy sailors are missing off the coast of Japan after an Aegis guided missile destroyer, the USS Fitzgerald, collided with a container ship early Saturday, causing significant damage and flooding.