Former Marine Cpl. Angela Arellano felt like the criminal after she reported being raped by one of her enlisted supervisors.
The Joint Base Lewis-McChord Stryker soldier accused of massacring 16 Afghan civilians last year plans to plead guilty to the killings next week in a deal that will spare him the death penalty, his attorney said Wednesday.
About 135 homeless veterans in Southwest Washington and Northern Oregon will benefit from a federal grant to provide permanent housing for them.
Sgt. Erik Neuenschwander lowered his standards on what makes a good bed after he spent a morning climbing an icy mountain with a backpack full of Army satellite equipment.
Monday was a busy and solemn day on Washington’s Capitol Campus, which is home to several veterans monuments.
Before the officers stepped inside her home to say her Army pilot husband was dead in a training accident, Kryste Buoniconti had a thought she could not bear to speak. Losing her husband, Chief Warrant Officer 3 Frank Buoniconti, meant she would have to give up Hunter, the HIV-positive baby adopted by the couple just a few months earlier.
TA-OY, Laos — In military lingo, the location of the lost crew of Spooky 21 was a classic SWAG:
Air Force Airman 1st Class Paul Q. Aspiras graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. He is the son of Raul and Lourdes Aspiras of Lacey, and a 2003 graduate of River Ridge High School.
Thousands of Defense Department employees in Pierce and Thurston counties still face unpaid time off this summer, but not as much as the Pentagon initially proposed.
Army Sgt. John Russell was found guilty Monday of the premeditated murder of five fellow servicemen in 2009 at a mental health clinic in Iraq, a charge that carries a mandatory sentence of life in prison.