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TAMPA — When John Robinson left the Marine Corps in 2013 after a four-year hitch, he had a lot of friends from the service who had no money saved up and no real understanding of finances.
TAMPA — When jurors appeared on the brink of deadlocking, a Marine veteran took a plea deal Friday evening and was sentenced to 15 years in state prison for shooting a sheriff’s deputy in 2011.
A top Transportation Safety Administration security official at Orlando International Airport breached security by escorting the daughter of another senior security official through a line without having her showing any identification, according to a...
TAMPA — Greg Celestan would not be surprised to see the Russian military take out a U.S. drone or spark some other incident during its new military campaign in Syria to prop up the Assad regime and fight the Sunni insurgent group calling itsel...
Two years after his death, a group of students wants to remove C.W. Young's name from the building that houses the USF ROTC program over Young's involvement in an anti-gay legislative committee during the Civil Rights era.
WASHINGTON — The U.S. airstrike that killed 22 at a medical clinic in northern Afghanistan over the weekend was requested by Afghan forces who reported being under Taliban fire, and was not sought by U.S. forces, the top commander of American ...
Shortly before 10:30 p.m., June 9, 2014, on a ridgeline near the Gaza Valley in southern Afghanistan, five U.S. soldiers and an Afghan National Army soldier were killed when two 500-pound bombs were dropped on their position.
TAMPA — More than a year after flying into a rage at a Fowler Avenue gas station, where he pointed a gun at a clerk, insulted the man’s ethnicity and later fired shots into the air, Clay Allred stood ramrod straight in a Tampa courtroom...
PENSACOLA — An airman from Pensacola is among the dead in military plane crash in Afghanistan.
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