Military

Panama City Beach man serves with Navy half a world away


The VA thought one local veteran was dead; he's still alive


Bonifay community remembers veteran


NSA-PC Hosts annual Bells Across America ceremony


Tyndall to rebuild as the base of the future


$17 million allocated for Tyndall Air Force Base to be diverted for border wall


Panama City man reflects on upcoming trial of 9/11 terrorist


Congressman urges Air Force to temporarily resume F-22 training at Tyndall


Neal Dunn urges Secretary of Air Force to consider resuming F-22 training at Tyndall Air Force Base


White House reaffirms commitment to rebuilding Tyndall Air Force Base


Panama City native serves aboard U.S. Navy guided-missile destroyer in Pearl Harbor


Mission BBQ giving away free food for National Korean War Armistice Day


Military Makeover transforms local woman's home


Tyndall AFB welcomed new commander at change of command ceremony Thursday morning


Vet Centers celebrates 40th anniversary


Operation BBQ Relief feeds hundreds of service members, first responders


Local veteran remembers his own personal D-Day hero


Tyndall and Bay County officials sign agreement to put tax office on Tyndall


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Fort Worth shooting of Atatiana Jefferson exposes police training failures

As the department is scrutinized, the desire for federal standards for use of force and de-escalation training across the country are being championed.

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An off-duty officer in Queens took his own life late Tuesday, marking the NYPD’s tenth suicide this year. Nationwide, more police officers have died by suicide than in the line of duty, and the NYPD is now planning to put peer counselors in every precinct house.

Marines correct 74-year-old Iwo Jima error

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