The US and partner nations in Southeast Asia are increasing coordination among navies to ensure that waterways are "open and secure" while China has raised tensions in the South China Sea, Defense Secretary Ash Carter said.
Somali officials say recent airstrikes inside its borders killed as many as 22 of its soldiers though US officials have said the strike killed nine Al Shabaab fighters.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter said recent comments by
the Philippine President comparing himself positively to Adolf Hitler
are "deeply troubling."
Defense Secretary Ash Carter said he expects ISIS-affiliated groups to pop up in Southeast Asian nations as they are pushed from Syria and Iraq, and is urging the leaders of those countries to proactively work on fighting them.
Airmen from the 194th Expeditionary Fighter Squadron have finished the first-ever joint NATO air policing mission in Bulgaria and are headed home.
Senior Air Force leaders announced 13 new diversity and inclusion initiatives in a memorandum released to airmen Friday.
Twenty four French Rafale fighter jets flew missions
over Iraq Friday now that the Charles De Gaulle aircraft carrier has
returned to the fight against ISIS.
Administrative control of the 576th Flight Test
Squadron will be handed over from Air Force Global Strike Command
Directorate of Operations to the 20th Air Force Oct. 1.
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