A former Fort Bragg soldier was sentenced in federal court to two years in prison and ordered to pay $250,000 in restitution.
President Donald Trump singled out Fort Bragg, North Carolina in restating his opposition to renaming Army posts.
Spc. Enrique Roman-Martinez was camping with fellow paratroopers when they say he disappeared on May 22.
The soldiers were told the bayonets were to remain in their scabbards and not attached to their service rifles.
Spc. Enrique Roman-Martinez's partial remains were found near Cape Lookout National Seashore.
The 64-page complaint was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina.
Col. Phillip Sounia was relieved of the command because of a "loss of trust and confidence in his abilities to command."
Fort Bragg was established in September 1918 as a place where the Army could do year-round artillery training.
The 10 bases in question include some of the largest Army posts: Fort Bragg, Fort Hood and Fort Benning.
The partial remains of Spc. Enrique Roman-Martinez were discovered after they washed ashore on May 29.
A UH-1N Huey with 1st Helicopter Squadron was on a training mission when its crew was forced to make an emergency landing.
The former officer received kickbacks in a $5 billion health scheme involving compounded medicine prescriptions.
One of the children suffered injuries including a fractured skull, a broken arm and a fractured spine.
The Air Force's newest combat search-and-rescue helicopter, the HH-60W Jolly Green II, hit another milestone.
He was booted from service five months before retirement for a child molestation conviction 10 years before.