Articles by Sean Timmons

Air Force nurse convicted at court-martial for groping another officer

RAF LAKENHEATH, England — An Air Force officer who was found guilty Friday on charges related to groping a colleague two years ago will be reprimanded and spend just over a…

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Navy drops consideration of COVID vaccination status in determining sailors’ deployment eligibility

NORFOLK, Va. — In a move that will have ripple effects throughout the fleet, the Navy reverses course on a policy that was in place for more than a year. According to newly…

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Soldier who says she was unjustly arrested as AWOL released from jail

An Army reservist says she was wrongfully arrested for being absent without leave by armed officers who stormed her home at gunpoint while her children watched in panic. Sgt. 1st…

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North Texas Army reservist who was arrested as AWOL released after two weeks confinement

GRAND PRAIRIE, Texas — An Army reservist, arrested on Dec. 1, is back home with her family after spending two weeks in custody while the Army investigates the AWOL charge. The…

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Army veteran, accused of going AWOL, released from jail 2 weeks after arrest

GRAND PRAIRIE, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – On Dec. 14, Sergeant First Class Shantaya Williams arrived back home after she was released from custody following 14 days in jail. The…

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20-year Army veteran arrested for going AWOL, sits in North Texas jail awaiting trial

GRAND PRAIRIE, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – It’s a story of a violent police raid on a North Texas home to arrest an Army soldier for going AWOL. But the soldier at the center of…

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‘They’re judge and they’re jury’ — How the military’s malpractice claims process is failing troops and families

Special Forces Master Sgt. Richard Stayskal began having problems breathing in March 2017, and within months he was coughing up blood. Military doctors were unable to determine…

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VA wades into abortion battle with contentious new rule

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is wading into tense territory with a new rule essentially making the agency an abortion provider, facing the wrath of GOP lawmakers and…

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Rep. Roy, Others Call for Ending Military COVID Vaccine Mandate

The Pentagon’s own inspector general says the military moved too fast in denying religious exemptions from the COVID vaccine mandate, fueling calls by Texas Congressman Chip…

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Twice Accused of Sexual Assault, He Was Let Go by Army Commanders. He Attacked Again.

Ochoa spent 103 days in pretrial confinement. She stopped eating, barely slept and was losing her hair and eyelashes. In November, after her initial trial date was pushed back by…

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