The House Armed Services Committee on Wednesday, as part of their 2017 policy bill for the military, narrowly gave the green light for women over 18 to register for selective service.
Joseph Serna said he spent the night talking about his struggles with the judge, who is also a veteran, and now he’s vowed to get his life back on track.
Some weren’t surprised to hear of the accident, noting that the “Gravel Pits” is a place with no rules or regulations, but a lot of questionable activities.
With a holstered Glock, a tattered Bible and a copy of the Reagan Diaries on his desk, Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant signed a multifaceted gun reform bill into law on Friday.
As the little boy landed with his family at the Houston airport, he walked right up to the servicemen and, without hesitation shook their hands.
The decision to issue the covers to females came as the Navy aims to bring uniformity and neutrality to the look of servicemen and women.
Lucca, who completed more than 400 successful missions as an IED dog, suffered severe burns and the loss of a leg during an explosion in 2012.
Matt Bell originally thought the find was just a cannonball, but when he took it to an area museum, discovered it was a live, 32-pound landmine.
A federal court sided with Remington Arms in a dispute with the government’s vetting process regarding an Army contract that had been awarded to Colt after it declared bankruptcy.
Last week the U.S. Navy Coastal Patrol ship USS Sirocco stopped a stateless dhow in the Arabian Sea, which upon inspection was packed to the gills with munitions en route from Iran to Yemen.