By Debbie Gregory. The courtroom at Joint Base Lewis-McChord was filled with 20 year-old Spc. Tevin Geike’s family, friends, and soldiers from his old unit, the 16th Combat Aviation Brigade. Twenty-four year-old Pvt. Jeremiah Hill was also present. Hill was found guilty of murder in the death of Geike. Geike’s family and Hill’s loved ones […]
Entries for April, 2015
By Debbie Gregory. November 5, 2009 is a day that will always live in the memory of anyone who was based at Fort Hood. That fateful Thursday, former Maj. Nidal Hasan entered his workplace, the Soldier Readiness Processing Center, and opened fire on its occupants. Hasan was convicted of 13 counts of premeditated murder for […]
By Debbie Gregory. The University of Florida closed a fraternity Tuesday amid allegations that its members hurled drunken insults and spat at a group of disabled veterans at a Panama City Beach resort. The closing of Zeta Beta Tau’s fraternity comes a week after the school suspended the fraternity, which expelled three of its members, […]
By Debbie Gregory. In the military, there is usually a code of conduct to keep missions secret, even when completed. As civilians, we never truly know what happens on most of these missions. But one mission that has always sparked curiosity was the one that brought us the news that Osama bin Laden was dead. […]
By Debbie Gregory. A U.S.-flagged ship was intercepted by an Iran Revolutionary Guard naval patrol, the U.S. Navy revealed. In response, the Navy sent a destroyer toward the Persian Gulf on April 28th. The ship, the Maersk Tigris, with 24 crew members, was intercepted by the Revolutionary Guard Corps patrol boats as it traveled through […]
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