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.
Pentagon chief: Military housing dollars unlikely to be diverted to border wall
To shift military construction money to border use, Acting Secretary Shanahan must link use to military need.
CNO defends hiding scathing internal report on Fitzgerald collision from public
While a secret report offered new insight into the problems plaguing the Fitz before the warship's 2017 collision, Chief of Naval Operations Adm. John Richardson said much of it overlapped with what service leaders already released.
Judge halts Air Force’s efforts to discharge airmen with HIV
A federal judge in Virginia has ordered the Air Force to halt efforts to discharge service members who are HIV-positive.
Troops do not view immigration as a ‘national emergency.’ Not even close.
Both immigration and Mexico itself were perceived as relatively small threats compared to more pressing concerns like cyberterrorism, Russia and China.
White House promises using military funds to build Trump’s border wall won’t hurt force readiness
About $3.6 billion in military construction funds will be reassigned to the border wall project under Trump's emergency order.
Assad vows to ‘liberate every inch of Syria’ from foreign troops
Only the Syrian state can protect groups in northern Syria and the army will “liberate every inch of Syria” from foreign troops, Syrian President Bashar Assad said Sunday.
Former Army Secretary John Marsh laid to rest in Virginia
Former Secretary of the Army John Marsh Jr. was laid to rest Friday at a Civil War battlefield in Virginia where he developed a love for history and the military.
Fifth Fleet’s Malloy: ‘still things going into Yemen that I need to stop’
The war has pushed Yemen to the brink of famine and killed more than 60,000 people since 2016, according to the U.S.-based Armed Conflict Location & Event Data Project, or ACLED, which tracks the conflict.
Trump demands Europe take ISIS prisoners, America’s latest ask in Syria
Trump’s message comes as the U.S. wants allies to stabilize Syria.
74 years ago, Allied bombers obliterated Dresden, one of Germany’s most beautiful cities
On Feb. 13, 14, and 15, 1945, more than 1,200 British and U.S. heavy bombers dropped nearly 4,000 tons of high-explosive and incendiary bombs on the city, killing an estimated 25,000 people.
Two Golden Knights still hospitalized after Army parachuting accident
One soldier has been released while two more remain in critical condition.
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