Military Brass Tells Senators They’ll Change In Response To Nude Photo Scandal
"How much more do the female members of our Marine Corps need to do to be accepted? Was it not enough when we lost female Marines in combat?" Marine Corps Commandant Robert Neller said, telling senators "we will take action" after military members were caught sharing nude photos of their female colleagues online.
How A Fatal Boxing Match On A Navy Ship Marked A Pivotal Point For Race In The US Military
In 1905, at the dawn of America’s empire under Teddy Roosevelt, a black sailor and a Jewish sailor boxed in a makeshift ring on the deck of a U.S. Navy ship. What was intended to be entertainment for hundreds of idle soldiers instead turned into a tragedy, marking a pivotal, if overlooked, moment in the history of race in the American military.
Incredible Photos Of The "Mothball Fleet"
In a bay thirty miles northeast of San Francisco lies several dozen retired Navy ships, which served in four wars. These "ghost ships" are slowly being scrapped one-by-one, and by 2017 they'll all be gone. Fortunately, photographer Scott Haefner and his friends sneaked past 24-hour patrols to photograph these heroic relics.