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Here are the five most talked about stories this week on Military.com, along with a sampling of reader responses.
If Mugabe doesn't resign as the country's president by noon Monday, Parliament will begin impeachment proceedings against him.
The incident happened during a NATO military exercise in Norway and resulted in Turkey withdrawing its 40 troops last week.
Mugabe is set to speak with army commander Constantino Chiwenga as the military tries to avoid accusations of a coup.
The incident could fuel opposition to the U.S. military presence on Okinawa, where about 25,000 American troops are stationed.
Argentina's defense ministry said it detected seven satellite signals that may be an attempt by the submarine to resume contact.
If the president decided to launch a nuclear attack, Gen. John Hyten of the U.S. Strategic Command would be giving him options.
The Northeast Atlanta Health and Rehabilitation Center fought for three years to keep the video secret.
The Navy has grounded the two-man aircrew and is apologizing for their "irresponsible and immature act."
The submarine, with 44 sailors on board, was last heard from on Wednesday, 268 miles off the Argentine coast.
During his trip to Beijing last week, Trump warned that time was "quickly running out" to solve the North Korean nuclear crisis.
Despite the "caliphate" going down in flames, a new terrorist group is beginning to emerge -- led by the son of Osama bin Laden.
The Army's Child and Family Behavioral Health System serves as a central repository of providers and resources.
The tugboat lost propulsion and drifted into the USS Benfold, which sustained minimal damage.
Tricare users soon will be blocked for more than three weeks from making changes to their plans or primary-care providers.
The military has received more than 20,300 allegations of sexual assaults at bases worldwide over the last four years.
A Marine Corps howitzer mission to target Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria has reinvigorated the artillery community.
The incidents took place during NATO's "Trident Javelin" exercise in the southern Norwegian city of Stavanger.
Gadson, 33, a former Marine is charged with murder, rape resulting in death and the illegal disposal of a body.
A number of lawyers are working feverishly to determine what the implications are for other Marines who were punished.