The devices may even be implanted in soldiers to continuously monitor their status, the Army’s top doctor said.
A photograph of a B-1 after it made an emergency landing showed that not all four hatches opened, and none of the four ACES II ejection seats deployed.
Joe and Leo talk about the Friday's nomination of Robert Wilkie to run the VA.
Wilkie, the Pentagon's top personnel official, has been serving as the acting head of VA since David Shulkin's firing in March.
They're pushing for new legislation to require better monitoring into health problems related to burn pit exposure.
The Taliban has announced that they intend to focus their attacks on Americans and their foreign allies, rather than Afghan government forces, according to an Al Jazeera report.
In the past three months, U.S. Central Command has launched 17 airstrikes targeting Al Qaeda across Yemen, the command announced this week.
The C-17 Globemaster III has resumed combat-airdrops to remote bases in Afghanistan for the first time in roughly a year and a half.
A review petition filed with the U.S. Supreme Court on May 16 alleges that prosecutors ignored key evidence that affected the life sentence of former Staff Sgt. Robert Bales, convicted in 2013 of killing 16 Afghan villagers.
No one was injured, but it tore a hole in the school's roof.
Retired Navy SEAL James Hatch was adamant about avoiding “Action Man” cliches in a memoir that offers wrenching detail on mental and physical wounds that nearly drove him to suicide.
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