Leaders Apologize To Md. Military Families, Living In Infested HousesTop military leaders told Congress Thursday they are working on a new ‘tenant bill of rights’ after many military families in Maryland and other states complained of substandard housing conditions. They also apologized to those families.
University Of Memphis Now Tuition Free For Families Of Fallen SoldiersThe University of Memphis is making tuition free for the children and spouses of United States soldiers who died in the line of duty.
Obesity Affects Number Of Those Eligible For Military ServiceUnhealthy eating habits could become an issue of national security. The Department of Defense says that obesity is affecting the number of Americans eligible to serve in the military.
4 Servicewomen Sue Government To Be Treated EquallyWomen in the U.S. military are fighting the government for its policy banning female servicemembers from direct combat roles. A Maryland soldier is at the center of the controversial issue. She's suing the Department of Defense, saying the policy hurts her chances for a promotion.
Opinion: National Security Shouldn't Get Lost In This CampaignOur economy is on a slow recovery – slower than anyone wants. But the lack of serious discussion about national security and the world we live in is troubling.
Recruiters: End Of 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' Is Good NewsMaryland recruiters are preparing for more applicants know that "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" has come to an end.
30 U.S. Troops Killed After Their Helicopter Went DownWe now know more about the 30 US troops killed when their helicopter went down over Afghanistan.