Hawthorne residents are raising money to benefit the families of the seven Marines who died in a training accident at the Army depot in their backyard.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid suggested yesterday that a link between an explosion in Hawthorne, NV that killed seven Marines was caused by the sequester’s cuts into military training and maintenance.
A Marine Corps spokesman says a bucket of cleaning solution fell from a military helicopter and smashed through the roof of a San Diego business, but nobody was hurt.
Families have discovered a new, high-tech way to preserve memories and soothe the old heartbreak they say is still fresh. They’ve customized an online profile for Raymond on Together We Served, a social network for current and former service members, with photos and details of his military career.
LAS VEGAS (AP) – A national association of gay, lesbian bisexual and transgender military personnel plan to host a conference in Las Vegas in October to help formulate strategies to reduce division over sexual orientation […]