But for what mission? Pentagon chief says Trump’s focus on "keeping" oil is part of fighting ISIS.
OPINION: My Brother Earned the Medal of Honor for Saving Countless Lives—but Only After He Was Left for Dead
“We were initially told that, when his helo landed, he stepped over his ‘leader,’ took out two enemy fighters in a bunker, and was summarily killed immediately after,” writes Lori Chapman Longfritz, sister of the late MSgt. John Chapman, who was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor in August 2018. “But we knew there was more to it. Much more.”
HASC Chairman: Legislation to Create a Space Force in 2020 “Still Possible But By No Means Guaranteed”
House Armed Services Committee Chairman Adam Smith (D-Wash.) said Nov. 13 that negotiations on the 2020 National Defense Authorization Act are “proceeding reasonably well” but he expressed doubt that the NDAA will include language to authorize a Space Force as a separate military branch.
The new effort focuses on space situational awareness, space data analytics, space communication, artificial intelligence, and satellite servicing.
The United States may adjust military exercises in South Korea for the sake of diplomacy with the North, the defense secretary said, as the communist state warned that it’s running out of patience for the US to soften its denuclearization demands.
US Cyber Command is gaining important insights into malware and adversarial actors by working with partner nations to help secure their systems, according to a top official.
Social media platforms are developing new tools to improve transparency and eliminate fraudulent accounts, but they must do more to protect users, including service members and veterans, from scams, fake news, and foreign interference, advocates and lawmakers said Nov. 13.
Disabled veterans and Purple Heart recipients won't see on-base access for commissaries and exchange stores or some recreation options any time soon, according to new guidance issued Nov. 13 by the Defense Department. Disabled veterans and Purple Heart recipients won't see on-base access for commissaries and exchange stores or some recreation options any time soon, according to new guidance issued Nov. 13 by the Defense Department.
Airmen from the 352nd Special Operations Wing practice using the new Snowmobile Loading And Transportation System, or SLATS, in Norway. This system is made for the CV-22 Osprey to quickly and efficiently load snowmobiles onto the aircraft in high-paced operations.
The Arizona Department of Revenue's Unclaimed Property program has identified more than 8,800 military personnel who were once based in Arizona and are owed money. They had last known Arizona addresses from Luke Air Force Base, Tucson's Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Fort Huachuca Army Base, Yuma Proving Ground Army Base, Camp Navajo Army Base, and Marine Corps Air Station Yuma. Some of the addresses date back 30 years, and the total owed is $2.3 million.