Marines punished in case similar to sex scandal - Associated Press "Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said Tuesday three Marines on a U.S. Embassy security team and one embassy staff member were punished for allegedly pushing a prostitute out of a car in Brasilia late last year after a dispute over payment."
Marines Moving Women Toward the Front Lines - The New York Times "The Marine Corps, the most male of the armed services, is taking its first steps toward integrating women into war-fighting units, starting with its infantry officer school at Quantico, Va., and ground combat battalions that had once been closed to women."
Military says NKorea has 'powerful modern weapons' - Associated Press "North Korea is armed with 'powerful modern weapons' capable of defeating the United States, a top military chief in Pyongyang said Wednesday, a claim that matches the country's regular rhetoric but is questioned by experts."
From military kid to major champion: Creamer's salute to U.S. soldiers - CNN "Discipline is a key ingredient in the package required to succeed in the world of professional golf. Paula Creamer has not been found wanting in that department on her journey from military kid to major champion."
Obama Recognizes Defense Department Teacher at White House - American Forces Press Service "President Barack Obama today recognized a Defense Department teacher for the first time as a finalist in the National Teacher of the Year competition."