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Navy investigating after camera found in women’s bathroom on the USS Arlington

Navy investigating camera in women's bathroom on ship

The Navy is investigating after a female Marine found a camera hidden in a women’s bathroom aboard the USS Arlington during a security operation in the Mediterranean Sea, Navy officials said Saturday.

The Navy is looking into who put the camera in the bathroom and what might have been recorded before the Marine discovered the device in March.

“The Navy/Marine Corps team takes all reports of sexual harassment seriously, and are committed to thoroughly investigating these allegations and providing resources and care to victims of sexual harassment,” said Cmdr. Kyle Raines, a 6th Fleet spokesman, in a statement on Saturday.

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Three Veterans Die by Suicide in Five Days at Veterans Affairs Facilities

Three veterans die by suicide in 5 daysThree veterans died by suicide in a five-day span at Department of Veterans Affairs facilities, prompting a response from Capitol Hill. Two veterans died by suicide in Georgia, and another shot himself in the waiting room at a VA clinic in Austin, Texas.

“Those deaths did not go by me without noticing them, nor has it gone by me that we have a job to do,” said Sen. Johnny Isakson, (R-GA). The Trump administration’s VA has failed to spend millions of dollars that were allocated for suicide prevention.

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Trump’s Transgender Military Ban Takes Effect Today

Transgender ban in militaryPresident Trump’s ban on transgender military personnel went into effect on Friday, nearly two years after he first announced the plan via a series of tweets. In July 2017, Trump tweeted that “transgender individuals” would no longer be allowed “to serve in any capacity in the U.S. military.”

The policy reverses a 2016 decision by former President Obama that transgender individuals could serve their country openly, having found that they have minimal financial impact on the military.

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Marine general let memos leak to demonstrate border deployment hurt readiness: report

Gen. Robert NellerThe Marines’ top general allowed the leak of internal Pentagon memos to publicize hardships military families faced during the deployment of troops to the southern border, according to a Newsweek report.

Marine Corp Commandant Gen. Robert Neller allowed two Defense Department memos to leak to NBC News and the Los Angeles Times in the past two weeks, Newsweek reported, citing two Pentagon sources.

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U.S. Hackers Helped UAE Spy On Al Jazeera Chairman, BBC Host

Giselle KhouryA group of American hackers who once worked for U.S. intelligence agencies helped the United Arab Emirates spy on a BBC host, the chairman of Al Jazeera and other prominent Arab media figures during a tense 2017 confrontation pitting the UAE and its allies against the Gulf state of Qatar.

The American operatives worked for Project Raven, a secret Emirati intelligence program that spied on dissidents, militants and political opponents of the UAE monarchy. A Reuters investigation in January revealed Project Raven’s existence and inner workings, including the fact that it surveilled a British activist and several unnamed U.S. journalists.

The Raven operatives — who included at least nine former employees of the U.S. National Security Agency and the U.S. military — found themselves thrust into the thick of a high-stakes dispute among America’s Gulf allies. The Americans’ role in the UAE-Qatar imbroglio highlights how former U.S. intelligence officials have become key players in the cyber wars of other nations, with little oversight from Washington.

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Pentagon releases list of military bases most at risk to climate change

Hill Air Force baseThe Pentagon has sent to Congress a letter containing a list of bases most at risk to climate change threats within the next 20 years.

The bases include Hill Air Force Base, Utah; Naval Air Station Key West, Fla.; and the Army’s Fort Hood in Texas.

The locations top a list of Air Force, Navy and Army installations most at risk from climate change, sent to Congress on March 22 after a group of lawmakers demanded more information from a Pentagon report in January.

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Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson, a guiding influence on Space Force, resigns

Heather Wilson resigns as AF Secretary

Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson has resigned to take the top post at the University of Texas at El Paso.

Wilson, a former member of Congress, submitted her resignation Friday morning, the Air Force confirmed in a statement. Her resignation will be effective May 31.

The UT System Board of Regents selected Wilson as the only finalist to be the next president of the University of Texas at El Paso on Friday.

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