Marine Corps to Educate Marines on Supplement Use

In an effort to educate Marines about the various nutritional supplements available to them, the Corps is instituting Operation Supplement Safety, an education campaign running through November.

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Vietnam veteran battles homeowner's association over mailbox flag

According to 82-year-old retired Navy commander John Ackert, the association wrote to him saying his flag mailbox violated the community covenant and had to go. If he did nothing, the letter said, the association would fine him and could ultimately place a lien on his home.
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Art appreciation program helps veterans deal with anxiety, depression

Through the new Veteran Arts Initiative, B.J. Stull participated in a weekly class at the Wexner Center for the Arts in the spring where a group of about a dozen studied the exhibits, discussed specific pieces and visited with multiple artists-in-residence.
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Mississippi air base lifts lockdown after armed man reported

A Mississippi Air Force base has lifted its lockdown, with officials saying they believe a man reported as armed has left the installation.
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Report: Pentagon not providing adequate care to troops at risk of suicide

Defense Department health care providers do a good job of screening for suicide risk, but they fail to provide critical and effective follow-up treatment to servicemembers identified as suicidal, according to a Rand Corp. report released Monday.
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