NATO troops got catfished & honeypotted on social media, revealing serious vulnerabilities
Troops gave up all sorts of worrisome data to fake accounts NATO set up, until Facebook shut some of them down.
Air Force chief defends F-35A against critics, boasting kills at Red Flag
Think of the F-35 as the “quarterback of the joint team," and not simply another stealth fighter, the Air Force chief of staff said Tuesday.
Understaffed AFRICOM cutting hundreds more troops
600 troops total will be cut; AFRICOM hopes to spare ISR, medevac.
Can the Army’s Strykers be hacked? Cyber vulnerabilities found in upgunned vehicles
A report reveals cyber vulnerabilities in the platform.
Air Force C-17s bring tons of humanitarian aid for Venezuela
Three C-17 Globemaster III cargo aircraft from Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, N.J., and Joint Base Charleston, S.C., delivered humanitarian aid for Venezuela.
Virginia limits legal fees for active-duty troops who are sued
The bill unanimously passed both the Virginia House and Senate, officially capping legal fees in these cases at $125.
Would you take this VA spit challenge?
The Department of Veterans Affairs wants you to take the Great American Spit Out challenge on Thursday, Feb. 21.
Wave of elderly veterans creates financial worries for VA’s nursing home services
More than 1 million veterans will be eligible for nursing home care in the next five years, according to department estimates.
Pentagon’s special operations leader ‘disappointed’ over handling of light-attack program
The Pentagon’s lead on special operations and low-intensity conflict was looking forward to the Air Force selecting a light-attack aircraft this December, but like many, he was disappointed after the service got cold feet.
VA’s new appeal process promises to be quicker. But will it be better?
An overhaul of the benefits appeals process is promising to cut wait times down to under a year from the current average of more than three years.
F-35 pilot compares legendary A-10 to ‘Chewbacca with chainsaw arms’
Some observers and lawmakers have said they're skeptical the F-35A is a suitable replacement for the A-10's formidable ground-attack capabilities.
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