The humanitarian aid scenario was part of a training exercise spread over in two states, designed to show students at a training school how to respond when Marines are called to evacuate an embassy and provide medical help. It’s not a new training scenario for Marines, but here, they’re learning how to teach others while honing their own skills.
After three lonely years firing missiles at the military power structure, Lt. Col. Danny Davis is leaving the Army with a new target in sight: big money in politics.
European leaders are struggling to find a solution to a desperate surge of Mediterranean migration that appears to have claimed more than 1,500 lives so far this year, as poverty and war drive people to risk their lives on rickety, overloaded boats. Any likely answer, however, could be years in the making.