Two airmen killed in T-38 mishap at Vance Air Force Base
Little is known so far about what happened at Vance, but the base said more information will be released.
Pentagon IDs two soldiers killed in Afghanistan helicopter crash
Chief Warrant Officer 2 David Knadle, 33, and Chief Warrant Officer 2 Kirk Fuchigami Jr., 25, were killed after their helicopter crashed in Afghanistan’s Logar province, according to the Pentagon.
Illegal immigrant charged in hit-and-run death of Marine Vietnam veteran
Detectives allege the veteran was struck by the front of the Toyota and dragged more than 50 feet.
The list of military sites with suspected ‘forever chemicals’ contamination has grown
But the Pentagon did not say where the sites are or the extent of the contamination, if any.
How the long-term effect of Trump’s recent war crimes actions could play out
The move could undermine military justice or set it straight.
Top defense official offers continued support for Army officer linked to Trump impeachment efforts
Deputy Defense Secretary David Norquist said military officials will support and protect whistleblowers.
Congress passes deal to avert Thanksgiving government shutdown, but December shutdown looms
Lawmakers passed a budget extension until Dec. 20, preventing a funding disruption for now.
Wounded Warrior Regiment CO fired for ’his job performance and personal leadership choices’
The Corps is looking into allegations made against Miller, but a formal investigation has not been started yet.
Esper doesn’t regret delaying military drills, despite North Korea snub
U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper says he does not regret postponing a U.S.-South Korean military air exercise, even though the gesture was rejected by North Korea as not enough to restart nuclear diplomacy.
US military drone strike kills senior al-Shabab official
A Somali intelligence official says a U.S. drone strike has killed a senior officer with the al-Shabab extremist group.
US Defense Secretary Esper accuses China of intimidating smaller Asian nations
U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper on Wednesday accused China of using coercion and intimidation against smaller Asian nations to impose its will in the South China Sea. He urged Vietnam and others in the region to push back.
Ruling threatens smuggling cases against Camp Pendleton Marines
Marine Corps prosecutors were scrambling Tuesday to save numerous cases tied to a human smuggling investigation after a military judge ruled it was illegal for the military to arrest the Marines during a morning battalion formation and accuse them in front of their peers.
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