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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At 90, Air Force veteran expelled in 1955 for being a lesbian gets her honorable discharge

Airman Second Class Helen Grace James was targeted and investigated by Air Force officials for her sexuality, part of a massive effort to remove gay and lesbian service members known as the "Lavender Scare."
59 min 44 sec ago

Navy’s only forward-deployed amphibious force gets new commander

Rear Adm. Brad Cooper assumed command of the Navy’s amphibious forces in the Pacific during a ceremony this week on Okinawa.
2 hours 29 min ago

Activists rip Kim Jong Un's photo in Olympic protest

Despite drawing verbal outbursts from North Korea, the protests have yet to meaningfully affect preparations for the games, which South Korean President Moon Jae-in views as an opportunity to improve relations after tensions over the North's nuclear program.
3 hours 39 min ago

Under criticism from Trump, FBI director shakes up staff

Officials said FBI Director Christopher Wray, who started the job in August, is replacing two top aides who were promoted into their roles by his predecessor James Comey.
3 hours 45 min ago