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To improve military efficiency in the face of budget cuts and nimble adversaries, a congressional committee is taking aim at the number of generals and admirals.
TAMPA — In the summer of 1925, a woman put her 2-week old son in a shoebox and dropped him off with a neighbor because she couldn’t take care of him.
When Clinton Romesha was a boy, his father taught him life lessons.
Officials at Pasco-Hernando State College in New Port Richey are investigating allegations that a student who is a homeless Army veteran was kicked off campus by security officers because of his appearance.
TAMPA — Hillsborough County deputies have identified a man who drowned Tuesday after trying to free an anchor underwater as a Navy chief petty officer serving with U.S. Special Operations Command at MacDill Air Fo...
TAMPA — The Coast Guard Cutter Tarpon, a Coast Guard MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter and crews from the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission are searching ...
After more than a year of delays and millions of dollars in cost overruns, the MacDill Inn, a new 175,000-square-foot, five-story, 350-room hotel at MacDill Air Force Base opened last week in advance of a formal ribbon...
TAMPA — A water line leak at the James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital on Thursday forced the staff to move nearly two dozen patients to new rooms and will require a six-week cleanup.
Last month, I had another of my occasional opportunities to return to the world of sportswriting, popping into Port St. Lucie for
“It’s beautiful out here,” said Josh Collins, standing on a paddleboard in the Gulf of Mexico about a mile off the coast.
Was a new era of warfare ushered in on Feb. 18?
TAMPA — The chief of staff of the Army was here to accept an award at the NCAA Frozen Four hockey tournament, but he used a football metaphor to describe the status of the fight against the so-called Islamic State...
ST. PETERSBURG — On Oct. 15, 1973, three men stood in the White House before President Richard Nixon as he bestowed upon them the Medal of Honor for valor and heroics in the Vietnam W...
TAMPA — Patients and staff at the James A. Haley VA Medical Center are being temporarily moved this week and next as the hospital undergoes preventive pest control.
On March 19, Staff Sgt. Louis F. Cardin, 27, became the first Marine to die in combat during the ongoing battle against the so-called Islamic State jihadi group when a rocket barrage hit his fire base in northern Iraq.