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A sailor's family members can now move ahead or stay behind up to six months during a change of duty station in certain circumstances and locations, the Navy announced Thursday. (CHARLES OKI/U.S. NAVY)

Navy gives families more flexibility to travel during PCS

A sailor’s family members can move ahead or stay behind up to six months during a change of duty station in certain circumstances rather than...

Japanese curry loved by all generations

Most of my foreign friends tell me they didn’t know how much Japanese love curry until they came to Japan. Well, not only do we love it, but we...

Happy birthday!: Commissaries honor Air Force’s 71 years of service

Note: To watch a video on DeCA’s YouTube page related to the Air Force, press the “Ctrl” key and click on the photo...

Research audiologist Dr. Rozela Melgoza, DoD Hearing Center of Excellence, completes a study participant's acoustic immittance test to evaluate their middle ear function. Immittance audiometry is one of several tests completed by participants during the Noise Outcomes in Servicemembers Epidemiology (NOISE) study's comprehensive audiologic evaluation. (DoD HCE photo)

Study examines impacts of noise and chemical exposure on hearing health

Scientists are studying the possible long-term effects of exposure to high levels of noise and certain chemicals on the auditory functioning among...

A drill Instructor with Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego speaks to recruits at Camp Pendleton, Calif., Feb. 23, 2017.  SAMANTHA BRAUN/U.S. MARINE CORPS

Marine recruits' lawsuit alleges they contracted a critical illness from contaminated mess-hall food

Three of six young Marine recruits who became critically ill last fall after eating undercooked hamburgers at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego...

Republic of Korea Army soldiers stand in the Joint Security Area, where South and North Korean soldiers face each other across the Korean Demilitarized Zone in Panmunjom, South Korea on June 19, 2018.  RICHARD COLLETTA/U.S. ARMY

US-led command approves South Korean border crossings into North Korea

SEOUL, South Korea — The U.S.-led United Nations Command on Thursday approved planned border crossings for South Koreans and material to build a...

The Los-Angeles class fast attack submarine USS Oklahoma City returns to its homeport of Apra Harbor, Guam on June 29, 2018.  JONATHAN PEREZ/U.S. NAVY

Navy hopes hefty bonuses will keep leadership posts filled

Senior submarine officers can receive as much as $180,000 in signing bonuses under a new Navy plan to retain sailors with desired leadership...

Wasp Expeditionary Strike Group provides air support to CNMI recovery efforts

PACIFIC OCEAN - The USS Wasp (LHD 1) Expeditionary Strike Group (ESG), with embarked 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU), provided aerial...

Soldiers from the Indiana National Guard’s 76th Infantry Brigade Combat Team run to a new position during the field training exercise portion of Orient Shield 2018.  ANDREW P. HOLMES/U.S. NAVY

Indiana Guardsmen wrap up Pacific Pathways deployment in Japan

Indiana National Guardsmen are teaming up with regular Army troops for field drills in Japan this month.

The annual Orient Shield exercise...

Did you know?: Kimodameshi tests your courage

In mid-summer, similar to the U.S., temporary haunted houses pop up in amusement parks or shopping malls as seasonal attractions. Horror movies...

The Okinawa Defense Bureau is placing 228 concrete blocks at the bottom of Oura Bay off Camp Schwab, the first major step in building a runway that will facilitate the controversial relocation of Marine forces within the island prefecture.  JESSICA BIDWELL/STARS AND STRIPES

No clear winner on US base issues following Okinawa elections

CAMP FOSTER, Okinawa — There was no clear winner as anti- and pro-U.S. military factions squared off in recent local elections on Okinawa.

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