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U.S. marine charged with murder of transgender Filipino woman

Olongapo City - Jeffrey Laude, aka Jenny, a transgender woman, was murdered in Olongapo City in the Philippines on October 11th. Olongapo City is near Subic Bay where US forces are stationed.

US Marine Corps investigate body-burning pictures

The United States Marine Corps are investigating after pictures of soldiers burning bodies in Iraq have appeared online.

Op-Ed: Holiday Train is back on track collecting toys for those in need Special

San Bruno - In our busy commuter day of going back and forth to work, SamTrans and Caltrains want to remind people that the holiday season is fast approaching and with it the call to help those in need.

United States expands bases in Italy to launch African operations

Rome - Rather than try to put boots on the ground in northern Africa the United States is setting up bases in Italy from which it can quickly deploy troops or use special forces for attacks in North African states such as Libya.

Watch US Marines drink cobra blood in Thailand

The video shows US Marines learning jungle survival skills in the Thai Navy drinking cobra blood as part of the training syllabus. The ladies, having won the right to go into combat with the men, aren't exempted.

Op-Ed: U.S. Drones and agents never left Libya but more being added

Tripoli - The Obama administration is sending more military reinforcements to Libya along with warships. However, drones have been operating in Libya and also U.S.agents have been carrying out missions ever since the NATO mission ended last year.

Op-Ed: Ahmadinejad and asteroids — The case for U.S. defense spending

With the unfortunate array of threats facing the United States, its allies, and the planet itself, it is a mistake to believe that the American government will - or even should - reduce its defense investments meaningfully.

U.S. Marine snipers posed with flag bearing Nazi SS symbol

A group of U.S. Marines in Afghanistan posed for a photograph with a flag bearing the Nazi "SS runes" symbol in the form of two lightning bolts. The photograph was posted to a website called Knights Armament Blog last May 2011.

U.S. Marine snipers posed with flag bearing Nazi SS symbol

A group of U.S. Marines in Afghanistan posed for a photograph with a flag bearing the Nazi "SS runes" symbol in the form of two lightning bolts. The photograph was posted to a website called Knights Armament Blog last May 2011.

Tea Party's Geller reacts to marines urinating on Afghan corpses

Kabul - Outrage over the U.S. Marines video of soldiers desecrating the bodies of dead Afghans has been further stirred by the controversial words of Tea Party leader Pamela Geller: "I don't care," she wrote recently.

U.S. Navy names ship for civil-rights icon

San Diego - Continuing the Lewis and Clark-class tradition of honoring legendary pioneers and explorers, the U.S. Navy’s newest support ship honors World War II veteran trailblazing civil rights leader Medgar Evers.

Op-Ed: Today is Veterans Day

Today is Veterans Day. It is a day of honor, a chance for Americans to show its gratitude to the men and women who have served in the armed forces.

US Marines land in South Africa for Exercise Shared Accord

Grahamstown - The US Marines have landed on South African soil for the largest joint US-South African exercise yet, but they did not “hit the beaches”; they arrived by plane for the month-long series of exercises with their South Africa counterparts.

Op-Ed: 'Cry Me a River' - Timberlake also invited to Marine Corps Ball

Quantico - After Justin Timberlake convinced Mila Kunis to attend November's Marine Corps Ball with Sgt. Scott Moore, it looks like the 30-year-old might be going to a ball after all.

the United States has deployed stealth fighters in Japan

"Residents here live with multiple fears and worries," Tanaka said. "Our patience has already reached a limit. We cannot tolerate more than that." a statement from a town in Japan where U.S will be stationed.
 

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Here's a photo with lots of U.S. Presidents having the military holding umbrellas over their heads. This sort of thing has clearly been going on for far too long!
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