A Camp Pendleton Marine has been returned to custody serve out the remainder of a prison sentence following reinstatement of his conviction in the murder of an Iraqi man. Lt. Col. Joseph Kloppel confirmed Friday that Sgt. Lawrence Hutchins III is back in the brig.
A listener asks the NightSide crew how to handle his concerns about his son entering the military.
Military members from Massachusetts send their holiday greeting home via a piece produced by WBZ News Radio’s Michael Coleman.
Several local men and women serving our country overseas during this holiday season wanted to send their greetings to loved ones back home.
Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown is one of eight Republican Senators who broke party lines and voted Saturday to repeal the 17-year policy known as “don’t ask, don’t tell.”
The federal government is suing the city of Brockton and the state for allegedly delaying promotion opportunities for a police officer returning from military duty in Iraq.
Sen. Scott Brown has voted to block debate on a repeal of the federal ban on gays serving openly in the military.
You featured a US soldier getting his American citizenship. I’m curious as to how someone can join the US Military without being a US citizen, especially in this day and age of terrorism? – Estelle, Lakeville
Senate Republicans on Tuesday blocked legislation that would have repealed the law banning gays from serving openly in the military.
Massachusetts has been granted a waiver by the Department of Defense from a new federal law meant to protect the voting rights of deployed troops and other Americans overseas.