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Military Searches For Marine Lost In Pacific

Aug. 13
By Steve Walsh

Navy announced Friday that authorities continue to search for a Marine with the Pendleton-based 13 Marine Expeditionary Unit, who has been missing from the USS Essex near the Philippines.

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Navy's Plan To Protect Marine Mammals Under Scrutiny

Aug. 13
By Steve Walsh

Environmental groups want the Navy to stick to the agreements worked out after years of litigation on the current plan.

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Friday Business Report: What's Next For The Convention Center?

Aug. 11
By Bennett Lacy, Ebone Monet

The tourism impact on the failed convention center initiative, SeaWorld reports stronger attendance and San Diego companies stand to benefit from the creation of a new Space Force.

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For Now, Army Suspends Discharges Of Immigrant Recruits

Aug. 10
By Associated Press

The U.S. Army has stopped discharging immigrant recruits who enlisted seeking a path to citizenship — at least temporarily.

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Their Last Fight: Filipino Veterans Make A Final Push For Recognition

Aug. 9
Dorian Merina / American Homefront

During World War II, more than a quarter million Filipinos fought alongside American soldiers. Many are still awaiting the recognition promised to them.

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Navy Helicopter Crewman Killed In North Island Fuel Tank Accident

Aug. 8
By City News Service

A helicopter crewman was killed and another was injured last week in a fuel tank accident at Naval Air Station North Island, officials said.

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They Were Recruited Into The Military, But Noncitizen Troops Now Face An Uncertain Future

Aug. 6
Carson Frame/American Homefront

From 2009 to 2016, the Defense Department recruited more than 10,000 noncitizens into the armed forces. Now some say they're being discharged without explanation.

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Veteran Volunteers Help San Diego County Fire Victims

July 27
By Steve Walsh

Team Rubicon sends veterans around the world to help with natural disasters. The work helps them to heal while they continue their history of service.

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As Russia And China Grow Their Militaries, Army Trains For New Fronts

July 26
Sarah Harris / American Homefront

Under the Trump administration, the military is shifting its strategy back toward more traditional warfare.

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Miramar USMC Pilots Face Decision On Record Retention Bonus Offer

July 24
By Steve Walsh

The Marine Corps is trying to counter a pilot shortage that impacts all of the services.

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Troops Are Marrying Each Other More Often, Creating New Challenges For Pentagon

July 12
By Steve Walsh

About 84,000 service members are married to another member of the military, and some find it hard to balance their marriages with their careers.

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Camp Pendleton General Sanctioned Over Misuse Of Personal Aide

July 11
By Steve Walsh

The inspector general for the Department of Defense sanctioned Brig. Gen. Rick Uribe for using his aide for personal business while in Iraq.

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'Why Him And Not Me?' Songwriting To Mend The Wounds Of War

July 9
Libby Denkmann/American Homefront

For her new album, Nashville singer-songwriter Mary Gauthier collaborated with veterans to write songs about war, service and life after the military.

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VA Issues Long Awaited Veteran ID Card, But It Comes With Ad On Back

July 9
Bobbie O'Brien/American Homefront

Congress mandated the card in 2015, but provided no funding. So the VA struck a deal with Office Depot.

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US Army Quietly Discharging Immigrant Recruits

July 5
By Associated Press

Some immigrant U.S. Army reservists and recruits who enlisted in the military with a promised path to citizenship are being abruptly discharged, the Associated Press has learned.

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