SOUTHCOM Members Rock Out With Kid Rock South Florida service members got to rock out during lunch on Wednesday.
Protesters March In Doral Demanding Guantanamo ShutdownAbout 60 people marched through Doral on Sunday as part of a protest to shut down the Guantanamo Bay detention center.
Cuban 5 Spy Member Transported Through MiamiThe second member of the Cuban Five spy ring that was released Thursday was back in Miami Friday under heavy protection from Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Another Cuban 5 Member Released From PrisonAnother member of the "Cuban Five" spy ring was released from a United States prison after spending the last 15 years behind bars.
Special Operations Command South Headquarters Opens The new Special Operations Command South headquarters in Homestead officially opened Friday with a ribbon cutting ceremony.
Four Killed In U.S. Contracted Counter-Drug Aircraft Crash In CaribbeanThe deadly crash of a DH-8 aircraft that was monitoring coastal drug trafficking lanes in the Western Caribbean is being investigated by U.S. authorities.
High-Ranking Pentagon Official To Join FIU FacultyA high-ranking Pentagon official and Miami native is stepping down to become director of the Latin American and Caribbean Center at Florida International University.
Panetta In S. Fla. For Southcom Change Of CommandDefense Secretary Leon Panetta is headed to South Florida Monday to take part in a leadership change at U.S. Southern Command headquarters in Doral.
U.S., Foreign Navies Gather in Key West For TrainingThe largest gathering of naval firepower in Key West, since 1974, has begun.
Miami Herald Media Co. Moving To Doral ComplexThe Herald is making a move, and come 2013, they’ll be heading west. The Miami Herald Media Company announced plans Thursday to move its headquarters to o Doral that used to house the U.S. Southern Command.
Gary Sinise, US Military Discuss Aid To Haiti In MiamiGary Sinise, star of the hit CBS drama CSI: New York, is not only an actor he’s a humanitarian and Tuesday he’s meeting with U.S. military officials in Miami about a recent shipment of school supply kits sent to Haiti.
General Warns U.S. About Latin AmericaThe head of the U.S. Southern Command, based in Miami, said the United States has to recognize an increasing threat from transnational criminal groups that have taken refuge across much of Latin America.