Sunday, July 7
- 'Deadliest soldier' under fire for controversial memoir
- JPAC report: MIA work 'acutely dysfunctional'
- Dignified transfer photographers cut from 3 to 1 at Dover
- Brazil expresses concern at report of NSA spying
- Russian official: Venezuela last chance for Snowden
- Koreas aim to reopen stalled joint factory park
- Officials: 14 Afghan soldiers, 64 Taliban killed
- Ex-FBI chief Freeh on risk of cyber terror
Start your day with a roundup of top defense news.
1Discharge upheld for airman who reported sexual assault
2Navy vet in Congress supports lower retiree COLAs
3Former CSAF: Time to cut the A-10, invest in combat search-and-rescue
4CDC: Water at Lejeune linked to birth defects
5Marine officer to receive Silver Star for heroics in Camp Bastion attack