Friday, November 22
- Navy Yard gunman had clearance pulled
- U.S. veterans offer hands-on help in Philippines relief effort
- Report: Fired CO undone by curious spouse — not his
- One officer steps down, second suspended over 'pretty' soldiers email
- Lawmakers question policy barring potential recruits married to illegals
- U.S. Forces-Afghanistan to review medals process
- U.S. eyes increase in Arctic operations
- New DoD arctic strategy seeks naval equipment, infrastructure
- SEAL Foundation president reportedly suspended, under investigation
- Afghan spokesman rebuffs U.S. troop deal deadline
- Warning issued on 'military only' private businesses
- Syrian Muslim rebel groups say they have unified
- New attacks across Iraq kill at least 23
- Philippine typhoon death toll rises above 5,000
- N. Korean arrest of American puzzles analysts
- Media: Chinese stealth drone takes 1st test flight
Start your day with a roundup of top defense news.
1Islamic State threat prompts new security warnings across U.S. military
2USFK: Troops cannot pay for the companionship of 'juicy girls'
3Pentagon warns employees about Islamic State threats
4Update: Ex-Warrior Training Center boss wore unearned Ranger, Sapper tabs
5'Suicides are a problem in the Guard'