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.

USMC News Wire

Putin ally said to be in touch with Kremlin, Assad before his mercenaries attacked U.S. troops

A Russian oligarch believed to control the Russian mercenaries who attacked U.S. troops and their allies in Syria this month was in close touch with Kremlin and ­Syrian officials in the days and weeks before and after the assault, according to U.S. intelligence reports.
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Old rivalry renewed as BFA will take on Spangdahlem

The Black Forest Academy Falcons and the Spangdahlem Sentinels will face off Saturday in the 2017-18 DODEA-Europe Division II girls basketball championship game, extending an ongoing rivalry between BFA and the program known through last year as the Bitburg Barons.
2 hours 14 min ago

While Korean tensions ease, 3 Americans remain 'prisoners of war' in the North

The families of three Americans being held in North Korea don't know when they'll see their father or brother or husband again. They haven't been seen since last year, when the State Department's point-man on North Korea, Joseph Yun, went to Pyongyang to retrieve prisoner Otto Warmbier.
2 hours 37 min ago

Armed officer's lack of action part of 'abject breakdown at all levels' in Florida school shooting

The Florida high school where a former student shot and killed 17 people with an assault-type rifle is reopening for teachers Friday as the community grappled with word that the armed officer on campus did nothing to stop the shooter.
9 hours 18 min ago