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Debate grinds on over force authorization in IraqDebate grinds on over force authorization in IraqLawmakers don't have a clear path or timeline for a new authorization of force for Iraq, despite the ongoing fight there.
- Capitol Hill
- 23 minutes ago
Iranian special operatives free diplomat held in YemenIranian special operatives free diplomat held in YemenIran said Thursday that a team of special operatives has freed an Iranian diplomat abducted more than 19 months ago in Yemen
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Envoy attack part of South Korea's violent protest historyEnvoy attack part of South Korea's violent protest historyA knife attack Thursday that injured the U.S. ambassador to South Korea is only the latest act of political violence in a deeply divided country.
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Kerry in Saudi Arabia to talk Iran, Yemen instabilityKerry in Saudi Arabia to talk Iran, Yemen instabilityU.S. Secretary of State John Kerry sought Thursday to ease Gulf Arab concerns about an emerging nuclear deal with Iran and explore ways to calm instability in Yemen and other troubled nations in the Middle East.
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Col. NicholsonCol. NicholsonArmy Col. John Nicholson briefs the Pentagon press corps via satellite from Afghanistan in May 8, 2007. He called the March 4 battle in Bati Kot a "stain on our honor." The Marine Corps would eventually clear those involved.
- 10 hours, 38 minutes ago
U.S. ambassador to South Korea slashed on face and wrist in attackU.S. ambassador to South Korea slashed on face and wrist in attackU.S. Ambassador Mark Lippert was attacked by a man wielding a razor and screaming that the rival Koreas should be unified, South Korean police and media said Thursday. TV images showed Lippert bleeding from his head and wrist, but his injuries weren't immediately...
- 14 hours, 36 minutes ago
4,100 jobs opening to women in special operations units4,100 jobs opening to women in special operations unitsAdditional assignment options now available for women in special ops units
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House committee subpoenas Clinton emails in Benghazi probeHouse committee subpoenas Clinton emails in Benghazi probeA House committee investigating the Benghazi, Libya, attacks issued subpoenas Wednesday for the emails of Hillary Rodham Clinton, who used a private account exclusively for official business when she was secretary of state — and also used a computer email server now...
- Capitol Hill
- 16 hours, 40 minutes ago
MARSOC Seven - Chapter 1MARSOC Seven - Chapter 1Retired Marine Maj. Fred Galvin, commander of the first MARSOC unit in Afghanistan, discusses the lasting effects of his company's early and controversial departure from Afghanistan.
- 17 hours, 12 minutes ago
Study assesses toll heavy packs have on Marines' backsStudy assesses toll heavy packs have on Marines' backsA multi-year Navy study is using Magnetic Resonance Imaging to find out just how much wear and tear infantry Marines are putting on their backs in years of carrying heavy loads. The research could also help test out modifications to standard gear to help reduce the...
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Air Force pilot's unlawful detainment claim dismissedAir Force pilot's unlawful detainment claim dismissedRichard Rynearson claimed he was unlawfully detained at an immigration checkpoint five years ago.
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Obama signs Homeland Security funding bill into lawObama signs Homeland Security funding bill into lawPresident Obama has signed a law funding the Homeland Security Department through the end of the budget year.
- 17 hours, 58 minutes ago
Air Force: Stealth bomber in need of modernization, upgradesAir Force: Stealth bomber in need of modernization, upgradesThe B-2 stealth bomber is one of the Air Force's youngest aircraft, but its maintenance and modernization needs are great. To meet those needs, the services has an effective maintenance program and is seeking authorization for multiple modernization projects in its...
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AAFES boss: We're out to improve customer satisfactionAAFES boss: We're out to improve customer satisfactionBefore AAFES scored low on a recent customer satisfaction survey, officials had already begun a process to improve the customer experience before, said AAFES' director.
- On Base
- 18 hours, 37 minutes ago
Former candidate tapped to help rewrite Alaska's military justice codeFormer candidate tapped to help rewrite Alaska's military justice codeAlaska's Democratic nominee for U.S. House last year has been hired to help overhaul Alaska's code of military justice.
- Guard & Reserve
- 20 hours, 11 minutes ago
USS Ranger leaving Puget Sound for Texas scrap yardUSS Ranger leaving Puget Sound for Texas scrap yardNaval Sea Systems Command says the mothballed aircraft carrier USS Ranger will be towed out of Puget Sound on Thursday on its way to be scrapped in Texas.
- 20 hours, 46 minutes ago
West Point Band SSG wows 'Voice' judges, makes showWest Point Band SSG wows 'Voice' judges, makes showStaff Sgt. Jeremy Gaynor's rendition of "Superstar" impressed all four celebrity "Voice" judges. He chose Christina.
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'Daily Strike' not the new name for updates on airstrikes'Daily Strike' not the new name for updates on airstrikesOn Wednesday, it appeared that the daily tally of airstrikes in Iraq in Syria that is provided to reporters had been rechristened as the "Daily Strike."
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If soccer and golf had a baby, it would be FootGolfIf soccer and golf had a baby, it would be FootGolfThe hybrid sport of FootGolf marries soccer and golf and brings a whole new game to the green.
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Sunken Japanese WWII warship found off PhilippinesSunken Japanese WWII warship found off PhilippinesMicrosoft co-founder and philanthropist Paul Allen and his research team have found a massive Japanese World War II battleship off the Philippines near where it sank more than 70 years ago, his representatives said Wednesday.
- 21 hours, 51 minutes ago
Choice Card confusion frustrates veterans, CongressChoice Card confusion frustrates veterans, CongressCritics have been dismayed with implementation of the Choice Card system and the number of veterans being rejected.
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Kerry heads to Saudi Arabia to consult on Iran nuke talksKerry heads to Saudi Arabia to consult on Iran nuke talksFresh from the latest round of Iran nuclear negotiations, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry headed to Saudi Arabia Wednesday to ease Gulf Arab concerns about an emerging deal and discuss ways to calm instability in troubled Yemen and other Mideast nations.
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Russian court keeps Ukrainian military pilot in jailRussian court keeps Ukrainian military pilot in jailA Russian court on Wednesday rejected an appeal to release a Ukrainian military officer who has been on hunger strike since mid-December in a Russian prison.
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Islamic State militants attack Libyan oil fieldIslamic State militants attack Libyan oil fieldMilitants purportedly from the Islamic State group attacked an oil field near Libya's central coast, prompting a counterattack by the country's Islamist-backed government that included airstrikes, an official said Wednesday.
- 23 hours, 6 minutes ago
Ariz. bill would waive tuition for GuardAriz. bill would waive tuition for GuardThe state House of Representatives has passed a bill to help members of the Arizona National Guard go to college for free.
- Guard & Reserve
- 23 hours, 13 minutes ago
Official: Obama still weighing sending arms to UkraineOfficial: Obama still weighing sending arms to UkraineThe Republican chairman and ranking Democrat on the House Foreign Affairs Committee are stepping up their pressure on the Obama administration to support Ukraine with weapons to defend against attacks from anti-government insurgents backed by Russia.
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U.S.-Polish live-fire army exercise beginsU.S.-Polish live-fire army exercise beginsPolish and U.S. troops are taking part in live-fire exercises in northern Poland that are part of a NATO operation showing its commitment to the region's security.
- 23 hours, 52 minutes ago
Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen says he has discovered the wreckage of the battleship Musashi in the central Philippines.
As the U.S. prepares to withdraw from Afghanistan by the end of 2016, a new report reveals Afghan troop numbers are shrinking.
Former CIA director David Petraeus reached a plea agreement with the Justice Department. The explosive details in the agreement show that Petraeus divulged a massive amount of sensitive data to Paula Broadwell, his mistress and biographer.
World War II veteran Erling Kindem celebrated his 90th birthday with his four-year-old pal Emmett by his side. The pair's friendship went viral last year.
SitRep 03-02-2015: March 2 marks the 50th anniversary of the shooting down of Lt. Col. Hayden Lockhart, who was shot down over North Vietnam while taking part in the first day of Operation Rolling Thunder.
The United States Coast Guard is helping to clear the Hudson River of thick ice that is hampering navigation on the waterway. (Feb. 27)
A U.S. veteran is putting out a call to other veterans to come together to fight the Islamic State on their turf.
SitRep: Military Times wins photography awards
The US Defense Department released video of coalition airstrikes against Islamic State group locations in Iraq. The US says the airstrikes are helping to eliminate the threat posed by the Islamic State militants. (Feb. 27)
A community in Texas is coming together to support a blind veteran recently evicted from his apartment.
House republican representitive Sean Duffy and democrat Gwen Moore are part of a bipartisan effort to push Veterans Affairs to reduce and ultimately eliminate the backlog that's been delaying veterans' appeals and claims.
Iran's Revolutionary Guard used a mock U.S. aircraft carrier in its defense drills for the first time Wednesday, blowing up the replica warship near the Strait of Hormuz in the Persian Gulf.
A judge did not allow testimony at the murder trial of Eddie Ray Routh to be broadcast until the jury reached a verdict. These are the highlights of testimony that led to the guilty verdict in the 'American Sniper' murder trial.
Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald said Tuesday that integrity and character 'is part of who I am' and apologized anew for erroneously claiming he served in the military's special forces. (Feb. 24)
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