Georgia Mourners Gather to Pay Tribute to Reservist Killed in Drone Strike

Spc. Breonna Alexsondria Moffett.

SAVANNAH, Ga. — In a solemn ceremony Thursday morning outside Windsor Forest High School in Savannah, JROTC cadets lowered the U.S. and Georgia state flags to half-staff in memory of graduate and U.S. Army Reservist Sgt. Breonna Moffett, one of three Georgia reservists killed in the Jordan drone attack. Moffett, who died a week after […]

West Virginia Guard Troops on Texas Border Mission Unhappy with Pay Level

Soldiers and Airmen of the West Virginia National Guard

Several volunteer members of the West Virginia National Guard say they are unhappy with the level of pay they are receiving at the southern border as part of Operation Lone Star. The troops departed West Virginia late last month for the southern border following a deployment ceremony in Charleston. They are assisting the Texas Military Department with that state’s ongoing efforts to secure […]

Tripler Army Medical Center to Pay $29.5M in Malpractice Case

Tripler Army Medical Center

Hawaii’s U.S. District Court on Tuesday awarded $29.5 million to a local military family in the largest medical malpractice judgment against Tripler Army Medical Center for a 2016 incident involving their then-month-old child. In September 2016, John and Laura Warren rushed their daughter to Tripler when their baby’s belly became distended and tight, and she turned blue from the bellybutton down. Shortly […]