By Debbie Gregory. Three cities have filed suit against the Pentagon for lapses that allowed a mass shooter in Texas to buy a gun, even though he carried a conviction in military court that should have barred his purchase. Air Force veteran Devin P. Kelley murdered 25 people and an unborn child at a church […]
Entries for December, 2017
By Debbie Gregory. In October 2016, Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps Ronald Green said the Corps was considering reviving the common skills test, which some enlisted Marines and officers used to take. But now, beginning in January, 2018, that proposed testing will become a reality. At the start of 2018, all U.S. Marines, from […]
By Debbie Gregory. Did you know that U.S. Marine recruits aren’t able to make calls or send emails from boot camp? Now there is an app to address that problem. SANDBOXX is a mobile app that connects the military community with their friends and loved ones by giving them the ability to send physical mail […]
By Debbie Gregory. While most people know that the GI Bill is administered and paid for through the Department of Veterans Affairs, what most people probably don’t know is that the Defense Department controls the transferability of the benefit. And the DoD is planning some changes to that transferability. The transferability option under the Post-9/11 […]
By Debbie Gregory. More than 25 years after being locked away for a killing their lawyers say they didn’t commit, three former U.S. Army soldiers convicted of a racially motivated murder have been set free on bail. Mark Jason Jones, Kenneth Eric Gardiner, and Dominic Brian Lucci will be spending the holidays with their families […]
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