Blog Posts in 2016

Air Force Sergeant Pleads Guilty to Dereliction for Sexual Misconduct

Judge Lt. Col. Tiffany Wagner accepted Air Force Sgt. Joel A. Williams's guilty plea of dereliction for making sexually charged comments and advances towards three female co-workers; in which ...
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Federal Judge Orders Marine Corps to Submit Affidavit Proving it did not Retaliate Against Marine Corps Major

Federal Judge Joseph Bianco has ordered the Marine Corps to submit an affidavit, within 10 days, stating that it did not retaliate against Maj. Jason Brezler over mishandled classified information. ...
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Judge Rules That Convening Authority Will Be Allowed To Stay In Bergdahl Court-Martial

After a ruling by Army Col. Judge Jeffery Nance, Gen. Robert Abrams will be allowed to remain as the convening authority in the court martial of alleged Army deserter Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl. Earlier in ...
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U.S. Air Force Sergeant Accused of Channeling Bribes on Behalf of Philippine Senator

Sgt. Jonel Sanchez, a member of the United States Air Force, is currently under investigation for his alleged involvement in funneling drug money for his former boss, Senator Leila de Lima of the ...
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Marine Col. Given Fine and Brig Time Following Misconduct Case

Col. T. Shane Tomko, the former commander of the Marine Corps Wounded Warrior Regiment, received a $20,000 fine and two months confinement, but after pleading guilty to his conduct in late May 2016, ...
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Foreign-born Naval officer accused of espionage.

In a separate case, that follows on the heals of the continually unfolding "Fat Leonard" debacle, the U.S. Navy has charged one of its officers with disclosing classified information. Lt. ...
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Active duty airman arrested for assault at Trump rally.

Active duty airman, Staff Sgt. Tony Pettway, was arrested last Saturday on a misdemeanor charge of assault with injury. Pettway's arrest comes after he was captured on video punching and stomping ...
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Naval officer sentenced in bribery scheme

After initially being arrested in 2013, a high-ranking naval officer has pleaded guilty to the charge of conspiracy to commit bribery. The officer in question is Capt. Daniel Dusek, 49, who at the ...
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More than a dozen airmen under investigation for alleged drug use at ICBM launch facility.

In the latest scandal to rock the nation's military, more than a dozen airmen are reportedly under investigation in connection with allegations of drug abuse at a nuclear missile facility. Air ...
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Navy relaxes its tattoo policy

In yet another move to modernize our Navy, officials have relaxed the standards governing the number and placement of sailors' tattoos. Beginning this month, sailors will be permitted one small ...
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Soldiers and airmen disciplined for strike on Afghan hospital.

Last week, the Associated Press reported that disciplinary actions had been taken against military personnel involved in an October 2015 airstrike that killed 42 civilians at a Doctors Without Borders ...
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Appeals continue to delay death row inmate's execution

Convicted murder and rapist Ronald Gray has once again filed an appeal in federal court for his 1988 conviction. Gray was convicted for a series of brutal rapes and murders that he committed in ...
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Trial begins Monday for Air Force Academy cadet charged with sexual abuse

Last Wednesday, the Air Force Academy announced Court-martial proceedings for Cadet 2 nd Class Zachery Chubb are scheduled to begin Monday, February 29. Chubb was charged with with sexual assault last ...
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