Top officials say US doesn’t want war with Iran
Top Trump administration officials have told Congress that recent actions by the U.S. have deterred Iranian attacks on American forces. But some lawmakers remain deeply skeptical of the White House approach in the Middle East.
Trump taps Barbara Barrett, former Aerospace Corporation chairwoman, as next Air Force secretary
Trump revealed his choice for the 25th Air Force secretary in a tweet Tuesday afternoon, shortly after the conclusion of a farewell ceremony for departing SECAF Heather Wilson.
Far out field trip: What the Marine Corps can learn from Burning Man
“If we had to do (Operation Iraqi Freedom) again, most people in the Marine Corps wouldn’t have the experience level these people do because they do Burning Man ever year," this retired major wrote.
Democrats’ Pentagon budget bill would curb Trump’s war powers
A bill to fund the Pentagon at $8 billion less than what the White House requested passed the House Appropriations Committee.
F-22s intercept Russian fighters, bombers off Alaska
An E-3 Sentry airborne early warning and control with NORAD provided overall surveillance during the intercepts, NORAD officials said.
Why the Air Force is investigating a cyber attack from the Navy
The Air Force has reportedly seized an attorney's computer and phone as part of an investigation into whether the Navy improperly spied on defense attorneys.
WWII plane rescued from boneyard to join D-Day anniversary
Filled with paratroopers, a U.S. warplane lumbered down an English runway in 1944 to spearhead the World War II D-Day invasion with a message for Adolf Hitler painted in bright yellow across its nose: “That’s All, Brother.”
Alabama National Guardsman charged in shooting that killed 1 policeman, injured 2 others
An Alabama National Guard member appeared in court Tuesday for a hearing related to a shooting that left one police officer dead and two others wounded.
Here’s how the Army is more ‘survivable’ in a war in the Pacific than air and naval forces
Ground troops would play a crucial role if war breaks out in the region, the head of U.S. Army Pacific says.
DNA test uncovers D-Day love story 75 years later
After decades of searching, Andre Gantois had lost hope.
US troops, nonprofit trainers and a 'Lightning Brigade’ battle for Somalia
In April, President Donald Trump signed an executive order that extended the U.S. military mission to Somalia for another year.
Marines are now allowed to ship booze with household goods, like other military branches
Other service members have long been able to have their booze shipped with their household goods.
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