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A third brigade tasked with training forces in countries such as Iraq and Afghanistan to provide better security in those nations was activated Tuesday during a ceremony at Fort Hood, Texas.



Air Force Reserve major charged with wife’s murder attempted to hide body beneath dead cow

Andre McDonald served as a cyberwarfare officer with the 426th Network Warfare Squadron at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, according to a statement from the Air Force Personnel Center.


Location of US nuclear weapons in Europe accidentally revealed in report from NATO body

A recently released - and subsequently deleted - document published by a NATO-affiliated body has sparked headlines in Europe with an apparent confirmation of a long-held open secret: U.S. nuclear weapons are being stored in Belgium, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands and Turkey.


Enlisted women now free to apply for submarine duty at any time

The Navy will now accept applications continuously from female enlisted sailors to serve in non-nuclear rates, said an administrative message signed by Vice Adm. John Nowell Jr., chief of naval personnel.



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Episode 14: Former British Army leader Tim Collins talks Iraq War, contracting

We are joined this week by former British colonel Tim Collins, who delivered one of the most famous speeches of the Iraq War.

Collins — now involved with security contracting firm New Century — shares his perspective on contracting and how it’s shaping the battlefield.

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Air Force NCO behind racist online video separated from service

In January 2018, Geraldine Lovely — who last served as a staff sergeant at Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada — posted a video of herself delivering a profanity-laced rant about black female subordinates.


Customs and Border Protection denies Marine Corps veteran entry for scheduled citizenship interview

Roman Sabal first applied to become a U.S. citizen in 1995 after serving for six years as a Marine and then several more years in the Army Reserves. He was denied entry to the U.S. on Monday for his scheduled citizenship hearing.


Warren sparks heated exchange with Esper over conflicts of interest with Raytheon

Before joining the Defense Department in late 2017, Army Secretary Mark Esper worked as a lobbyist for Raytheon, the country’s third largest defense contractor, and his time with that company was raised repeatedly during the Senate Armed Services Committee hearing.


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Google denies ties to Chinese military

Google is pushing back against Peter Thiel’s insinuation that the company is doing business with China’s military after President Donald Trump tweeted Tuesday that his administration will “take a look.”


N. Korea hints it may restart nuclear tests over US-S. Korea military exercises

North Korea warned on Tuesday that upcoming U.S.-South Korean military exercises would affect the resumption of nuclear negotiations and suggested it may restart nuclear or missile tests.


Air Force sends F-35s, F-15s to Europe in combat readiness test

The U.S. Air Force sent a group of fighters and transport aircraft to Poland, Lithuania and Estonia Tuesday in a test of the service's ability to quickly deploy air power overseas, the military said.


Saudi forces intercept Yemeni rebel drones targeting cities

Saudi Arabia’s air force intercepted and destroyed three Yemeni rebel drones before they could reach targets in the southern Saudi cities of Jizan and Abha, a military spokesman said Tuesday.


Officials: Migrants return to bombed Libya detention center

A Libyan detention center where an airstrike killed more than 50 people two weeks ago is filling with migrants again, and work has resumed at a nearby weapons workshop despite calls from the United Nations to empty the compound and others like it near the front lines of the country’s civil war.


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Google denies ties to Chinese military

Google is pushing back against Peter Thiel’s insinuation that the company is doing business with China’s military after President Donald Trump tweeted Tuesday that his administration will “take a look.”


N. Korea hints it may restart nuclear tests over US-S. Korea military exercises

North Korea warned on Tuesday that upcoming U.S.-South Korean military exercises would affect the resumption of nuclear negotiations and suggested it may restart nuclear or missile tests.


Air Force sends F-35s, F-15s to Europe in combat readiness test

The U.S. Air Force sent a group of fighters and transport aircraft to Poland, Lithuania and Estonia Tuesday in a test of the service's ability to quickly deploy air power overseas, the military said.


Saudi forces intercept Yemeni rebel drones targeting cities

Saudi Arabia’s air force intercepted and destroyed three Yemeni rebel drones before they could reach targets in the southern Saudi cities of Jizan and Abha, a military spokesman said Tuesday.


Officials: Migrants return to bombed Libya detention center

A Libyan detention center where an airstrike killed more than 50 people two weeks ago is filling with migrants again, and work has resumed at a nearby weapons workshop despite calls from the United Nations to empty the compound and others like it near the front lines of the country’s civil war.



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Navy veteran, former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens dies at 99

During nearly 35 years on the court, John Paul Stevens — the bow-tied, independent-thinking, Republican-nominated justice — stood for the freedom and dignity of individuals, be they students or immigrants or prisoners.



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Army recruiter allegedly solicited girls as young as 10 for sex

Colorado law enforcement officials say they've arrested a U.S. Army recruiter for soliciting girls as young as 10 years old for sex after he allegedly sent selfies calling himself “Colorado batman."


Air Force NCO behind racist online video separated from service

In January 2018, Geraldine Lovely — who last served as a staff sergeant at Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada — posted a video of herself delivering a profanity-laced rant about black female subordinates.


Families of Marines killed in training band together to push lawmakers into action

While tributes helped the families of two Camp Pendleton Marines killed during training exercises process their grief, they remain unclear about what caused the fatalities. They expected their sons eventually would deploy and put their lives at risk, but they didn’t expect either would die while training on base.


Enlisted women now free to apply for submarine duty at any time

The Navy will now accept applications continuously from female enlisted sailors to serve in non-nuclear rates, said an administrative message signed by Vice Adm. John Nowell Jr., chief of naval personnel.


Pence praises Coast Guard drug seizure efforts and criticizes immigration system during San Diego visit

In a speech aboard the U.S. Coast Guard cutter Munro ported at Naval Air Station North Island, Vice President Mike Pence told members of the Coast Guard that their work was pivotal to saving American lives.


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Army recruiter allegedly solicited girls as young as 10 for sex

Colorado law enforcement officials say they've arrested a U.S. Army recruiter for soliciting girls as young as 10 years old for sex after he allegedly sent selfies calling himself “Colorado batman."


Air Force NCO behind racist online video separated from service

In January 2018, Geraldine Lovely — who last served as a staff sergeant at Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada — posted a video of herself delivering a profanity-laced rant about black female subordinates.


Families of Marines killed in training band together to push lawmakers into action

While tributes helped the families of two Camp Pendleton Marines killed during training exercises process their grief, they remain unclear about what caused the fatalities. They expected their sons eventually would deploy and put their lives at risk, but they didn’t expect either would die while training on base.


Enlisted women now free to apply for submarine duty at any time

The Navy will now accept applications continuously from female enlisted sailors to serve in non-nuclear rates, said an administrative message signed by Vice Adm. John Nowell Jr., chief of naval personnel.


Pence praises Coast Guard drug seizure efforts and criticizes immigration system during San Diego visit

In a speech aboard the U.S. Coast Guard cutter Munro ported at Naval Air Station North Island, Vice President Mike Pence told members of the Coast Guard that their work was pivotal to saving American lives.




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