Tag: Jeff Quitney
By Adam Linehan: Navy Training Commander Fired ‘Due To Loss Of Confidence In His Ability To Command’
As Navy Times notes, Meskimen lost his job amid an ongoing Naval Criminal Investigative Service probe into the recent death of Fire Controlman Seaman Recruit Joshua F. Edge, who was found dead in his barracks at TSC on Oct. 8.
Remarks by Secretary Mattis at International Institute for Strategic Studies Manama Dialogue Secretary Of Defense James N. Mattis; John Chipman, Chief Executive of IISS
The Canadian Press: ISIS Gunmen Kill 40 US-backed Fighters in Eastern Syria
By Sean Mclean Brown: Military Spouse Runs in Marine Corps Marathon to Remember Fallen Heroes
By Julie Carr Smyth: Veterans’ Lives, Experiences Celebrated at New Ohio Museum
By Bravo: New ALARACT authorizes military police to ticket Army regulation violators
The Angry Staff Officer: If Military Commissioning Sources were Hogwarts Houses
By Michael Gordon, The Charlotte Observer: In Afghanistan, He Was An Army MP. At Home, He’s A Convicted Pimp
Boston, nicknamed “Romeo,” faces 15 years to life and a $250,000 fine for each trafficking conviction, and will be sentenced by U.S. District Judge Robert Conrad at a later date. Boston remained in custody Friday at the Mecklenburg County Jail.
By Paul Szoldra: Technician Accidentally Fires Vulcan Cannon And Destroys An F-16 On The Ground In Belgium
Arab News, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: US Envoy for Afghan Peace Returns to Kabul as Latest Bombing Kills 14
By Jim Garamone: Bells of Peace Will Ring Again
At 11 a.m. Nov. 11, Americans will have a chance to remember the sacrifices of those killed in World War I by participating in the Bells of Peace program.
The United States World War One Centennial Commission is offering an app with a built-in countdown timer. When the timer reaches 11 a.m. local time, bells of peace will toll from your mobile device. To download the app go to: http://www.ww1CC.org.
Military.com: Afghanistan War Veteran Climbs Mt. Kilimanjaro On Prosthetic Legs
By JoNel Aleccia: Widower Takes Ban On Military Injury Claims to Supreme Court
More than four years after Navy Lt. Rebekah Daniel bled to death within hours of childbirth at a Washington state military hospital, her husband still doesn’t know exactly how — or why — it happened.
Walter Daniel, a former Coast Guard officer, demanded explanations from officials at the Naval Hospital Bremerton, where his wife, known as “Moani,” died on March 9, 2014.