The Kansas National Guard Hall of Fame welcomed an Air National Guard retiree into its ranks during the 28th hall of fame induction. The current Kansas Adjutant General, Maj. Gen. Tod Bunting got to induct his father—retired Brig. Gen. Alfred P. Bunting, reports The Capital-Journal. Also inducted was Army National Guard retiree Brig. Gen. Ronald D. Tincher. Bunting had more than 42 years of service when he retired in 1990.
The U.S. supports “a stronger and more capable” European defense, Defense Secretary Lloyd J. Austin III said during an Oct. 22 press conference in Brussels—but that defense should not duplicate the functions and capabilities of the NATO alliance.