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The Air Force has the highest rate of allegations of wrongdoing against senior officials substantiated after a Pentagon investigation, according to a Defense Department Inspector General report to Congress released last week.
The Hawaii Air National Guard temporarily suspended Exercise Sentry Aloha on Wednesday afternoon after a civilian-owned Hawker Hunter aircraft participating in the exercise crashed in the waters a few miles off the coast.
The US will pull military and financial support from “unproductive, unsuccessful, and unaccountable” peacekeeping missions across Africa and instead focus on countering the rising influence from China and Russia on the continent, White House National Security Adviser John Bolton announced Thursday.
The Senate on Thursday voted convincingly to oppose the continued US support of the Saudi-led campaign in Yemen, a largely symbolic step to rebuke Saudi Arabia following continued allegations of civilian casualties and the alleged murder of a Washington Post journalist.
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Lt. Gen. Arnold Bunch, USAF’s top uniformed acquisition official, has been nominated for a fourth star and to lead Air Force Materiel Command, the service announced Wednesday.
The Air Force’s first class of airmen under its revamped training syllabus have graduated, but the service’s Basic Military Training group continues to look for ways to increase its focus on readiness.
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