Tuesday, January 14
- Israeli defense chief comments spark spat with U.S.
- At Marine outpost in Afghanistan, conditions grow more austere by the day
- Joint high-speed ship to make 1st deployment
- U.S. vets return North Vietnamese soldier's helmet to family
- Spy court judge slams proposed privacy advocate
- Phone firms hesitate at U.S. record-keeping idea
- Iraq attacks kill 8 people in Baghdad
- U.S. lawmakers urge tough stance on China sea claims
- Footage sought in Naval Academy sexual assault case
- Returned letters, Purple Heart open book on deceased WWII vet's life
- McKeon fails to obtain Afghan detainee names
- Lawmakers seek data on sailors' exposure to Fukushima radiation
- Congress seeks to improve military sex assault investigations
- Advocates: COLA fixes miss the mark
- After 'transformative' year, F-35 program focuses on software, quantity
- 200 dead in S. Sudan after boat fleeing war sinks
Start your day with a roundup of top defense news.
1Troops and vets get star treatment at premiere of 'Fury'
2Spain gives U.S. go-ahead to use bases against Ebola
3Brad Pitt's 'Fury' movie goes for carnage over plot
4Marine under voluntary Ebola quarantine
5U.S. soldiers, tanks train in Eastern Europe to show Russia that NATO will hold the line