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Healthcare a person receives after a sexual assault is important and difficult — for the person seeking care and the provider who is tasked with not only taking care of their patient at a particularly traumatic time, but also to do so in a way that preserves any evidence for possible use in …

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At about 90,000 acres, Joint Base Lewis-McChord is the third largest installation in the Army and home to about 40,000 soldiers and airmen. The base supports artillery and maneuver training, land-warrior system testing and an operational airlift mission while also home to a rare ecosystem, t…

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Little Jourdan Sheridan wanted to make sure that 2020 started off right for his mom Genita and dad Demetri, so he decided that he'd make his entry into the world within the first hour of the new year.

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What do you do when 80 percent of your state’s population lives near the epicenter of a possible 9.0 earthquake? For members of the Washington National Guard, it means being ready to assist roughly 6 million people who live in such an area.

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Millions of people in every corner of the world lack basic supplies for food, water and education. In an effort to mitigate some of these issues, the Department of Defense created the Denton Cargo Program, which allows the U.S. Air Force to deliver privately donated humanitarian cargo on a s…

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Military pet owners rejoice. The Army & Air Force Exchange Service is welcoming Petco to the exchange family.

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JOINT BASE LEWIS-MCCHORD — U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Seattle District will swear in about 15 new U.S. citizens at 1 p.m. Nov. 7 during a naturalization ceremony at Joint Base Lewis-McChord. The new citizens are active-duty service members.