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The Most Read Stories This Week on Military.com

Here's a look at the most popular stories this week on Military.com:

A Virginia Beach-based Navy SEAL has been charged with kidnapping and raping a fellow sailor in a hotel room near Fort Knox, Ky., according to the Navy.

By Brock Vergakis | Read more

The senior enlisted adviser for the headquarters regiment of 3rd Marine Logistics Group died in a non-combat incident March 19 while participating in a training exercise in Pohang, South Korea, Marine Corps officials announced late Monday.

By Hope Hodge Seck | Read more

Three U.S. Army soldiers were shot and wounded Sunday when an Afghan Army soldier opened fire on them inside a base in southern Afghanistan's volatile Helmand Province, officials told Fox News.

By Lucas Tomlinson | Read more

  • Fort Bliss Soldiers Who Went AWOL in December Found, Army Says
  • Fort Stewart Soldier Charged with Killing 2 Fellow Army Members
  • Civilian Dies After Incident Aboard USS Ronald Reagan
  • Navy Patrol Squadron Commanding Officer Relieved of Duty amid Probe
  • Air Force Identifies Airmen Killed in U-28 Crash
  • 3 Airmen Die After SpecOps Plane Crashes in New Mexico
  • After Marine Photo Scandal, Services Issue Social Media Guidelines
  • Lawmaker: NCIS Says Hundreds More Marines Used Nude Photo Site
  • Army Could Field Motorcycle-Style, Ballistic Helmet by 2020
  • SureFire Reinvents Its Classic Aviator Light
  • Army Still Testing Ripsaw, the 'Luxury Super Tank'
  • The First Rule of B-21 Is You Do Not Talk About B-21
  • Coast Guard Avoids Proposed Budget Cut
  • Marines' CH-53K King Stallion Set to Become World's Most Expensive Helicopter
  • Vietnam Redux, Again: Ken Burns & Lynn Novick's Epic PBS Series
  • 23 Terms Only US Marines Will Understand
  • 5 Reasons Military Spouses Are Obsessed With Direct Sales
  • 4 Easy Ways to Take Care of Yourself
  • VA Now Paying Compensation To Victims of Contaminated Lejeune Water
  • House Passes Bill Enabling Gun Sales to 'Mentally Incompetent' Vets

-- Justin Sloan can be reached at Justin.Sloan@monster.com. Follow him on Twitter at @JustinMSloan.