Military

When power goes off, Army linemen are on at Fort Leonard Wood


Last Doolittle Raider, 101, recalls attack 75 years later


Navy bans vaping on ships after explosions, burns


Sea trials begin for Navy's newest class of aircraft carrier


Trump welcomes wounded veterans to White House


First US aircraft carrier of Trump presidency enters Gulf


Sex assault reports up at Navy, Army academies


Missouri USO "mascot" gets own chapter in National Geographic book


Mattis to decide soon on troop levels in Afghanistan


US carrier starts 'routine' patrols in South China Sea


German officers offer lessons in Fort Leonard Wood classrooms


PHOTOS: Fort Leonard Wood breaks in newest class of basic training recruits


First nuclear-powered aircraft carrier to be decommissioned


Navy, Trump planning biggest fleet expansion since Cold War


McCaskill, Blunt vote to approve National Defense Authorization Act


PHOTOS: Seymour welcomes home, lays to rest Korean War soldier


Accidents and bad behavior trigger Marine Corps to pause to regroup


Secretary of Defense to visit Fort Leonard Wood


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