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“Land of the free, home of the brave, yet 81,864 missing Americans are buried in unmarked graves,” said Mark Noah, the chief executive officer of History Flight, an organization that works hand-in-hand with Defense Prisoner of War/Missing in Action Accounting Agency to recover missing remains of Americans.



Army is helping Lt. Col. Vindman deal with public scrutiny during impeachment hearings

The Army confirmed Tuesday that the service is providing assistance to Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman to help him with the attention caused by his testimony in the ongoing congressional impeachment hearings of President Donald Trump.


Ruling threatens cases against Camp Pendleton Marines accused of human smuggling

Marine Col. Stephen Keane contends the command violated the rights of the Marines when they pulled 16 troops out of a battalion formation of 800 at Camp Pendleton on July 25 and accused them of the crimes in front of their unit.


Thousands of student veterans will see change in living stipends next semester

About 21,000 student veterans will see lower living stipends next semester after the Department of Veterans Affairs finally implements a law that alters how students are paid when they attend satellite campuses.



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Episode 23: Wrapping up, a look at key issues, and farewell

The Force for Hire team looks back at the series and examines some key issues about the world of private military contracting.

In this final episode of Force for Hire, we examine some major questions about the private military contracting world that we uncovered.

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Airman who called in airstrikes while under fire receives Silver Star

An airman who stepped into the line of fire in Afghanistan after his unit was ambushed by the Taliban 12 years ago has been awarded America’s third-highest medal for valor.


Vindman’s dress uniform reveals a tug of war using troops as political totems, experts say

Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman and his dress have become a cipher for the impeachment proceeding itself, where critics have suggested it’s to grandstand as a member of a respected profession, while others imply his bona fides are a shield for Democrats.


Former Inherent Resolve commander takes over US Army Pacific and its 85,000 soldiers

Gen. Paul LaCamera, one of the Army’s most experienced combat leaders, has assumed command of U.S. Army Pacific after leading America’s campaign against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.


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GOP-requested witness rejects Trump ‘conspiracy theories’

Former U.S. special envoy to Ukraine Kurt Volker testified alongside former White House national security official Tim Morrison in the second hearing of the day in the House’s impeachment inquiry, only the fourth in history against a U.S. president.


North Korea says US decision to 'postpone' joint military exercises is not good enough

The comments posted on the state-run news agency were the latest to suggest North Korea is hardening its position ahead of a year-end deadline set by leader Kim Jong Un for Washington to soften its stance.


NATO's alleged 'brain death' is on the agenda as allies prepare for talks

America’s top representative to NATO on Tuesday blasted comments by French President Emmanuel Macron that the 70-year-old alliance is “experiencing brain death,” saying an attempt to divide members is “not even rational.”


Pentagon IG's quarterly report: US pullout from Syria strengthens terrorists

The sudden departure of most U.S. troops from northeastern Syria in early October has strengthened the Islamic State terrorist group in that country, despite the U.S. military’s recent killing of the group’s leader, according to a new Pentagon assessment.


US: Egypt could face sanctions over Russia warplanes

The Egyptian military, which is the largest in the Arab world, went to Russia after the U.S. did not answer requests more than a year ago to acquire roughly two dozen F-35 fighter jets, according to one Egyptian military official.


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GOP-requested witness rejects Trump ‘conspiracy theories’

Former U.S. special envoy to Ukraine Kurt Volker testified alongside former White House national security official Tim Morrison in the second hearing of the day in the House’s impeachment inquiry, only the fourth in history against a U.S. president.


North Korea says US decision to 'postpone' joint military exercises is not good enough

The comments posted on the state-run news agency were the latest to suggest North Korea is hardening its position ahead of a year-end deadline set by leader Kim Jong Un for Washington to soften its stance.


NATO's alleged 'brain death' is on the agenda as allies prepare for talks

America’s top representative to NATO on Tuesday blasted comments by French President Emmanuel Macron that the 70-year-old alliance is “experiencing brain death,” saying an attempt to divide members is “not even rational.”


Pentagon IG's quarterly report: US pullout from Syria strengthens terrorists

The sudden departure of most U.S. troops from northeastern Syria in early October has strengthened the Islamic State terrorist group in that country, despite the U.S. military’s recent killing of the group’s leader, according to a new Pentagon assessment.


US: Egypt could face sanctions over Russia warplanes

The Egyptian military, which is the largest in the Arab world, went to Russia after the U.S. did not answer requests more than a year ago to acquire roughly two dozen F-35 fighter jets, according to one Egyptian military official.




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Ruling threatens cases against Camp Pendleton Marines accused of human smuggling

Marine Col. Stephen Keane contends the command violated the rights of the Marines when they pulled 16 troops out of a battalion formation of 800 at Camp Pendleton on July 25 and accused them of the crimes in front of their unit.


Coast Guard continues search for three sailors off Maine coast

Boats from the U.S. and Canadian Coast Guard, along with aircraft, searched all day Saturday for the boat in relatively calm seas and under sunny skies.


USS Fitzgerald collision survivors, families of those killed seek $287 million in separate lawsuits

A lawsuit filed against Tokyo-based NYK Line by survivors of the USS Fitzgerald collision and relatives of those killed lays out how sailors saw water rushing at them as they scrambled for the exits and, in some cases, had to swim for their lives.


Military dedicates new headquarters for nuclear control unit

The new, $1.3 billion headquarters for the command unit that controls the nation’s nuclear-armed forces has been dedicated at an Air Force Base south of Omaha.


Army is helping Lt. Col. Vindman deal with public scrutiny during impeachment hearings

The Army confirmed Tuesday that the service is providing assistance to Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman to help him with the attention caused by his testimony in the ongoing congressional impeachment hearings of President Donald Trump.


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Ruling threatens cases against Camp Pendleton Marines accused of human smuggling

Marine Col. Stephen Keane contends the command violated the rights of the Marines when they pulled 16 troops out of a battalion formation of 800 at Camp Pendleton on July 25 and accused them of the crimes in front of their unit.


Coast Guard continues search for three sailors off Maine coast

Boats from the U.S. and Canadian Coast Guard, along with aircraft, searched all day Saturday for the boat in relatively calm seas and under sunny skies.


USS Fitzgerald collision survivors, families of those killed seek $287 million in separate lawsuits

A lawsuit filed against Tokyo-based NYK Line by survivors of the USS Fitzgerald collision and relatives of those killed lays out how sailors saw water rushing at them as they scrambled for the exits and, in some cases, had to swim for their lives.


Military dedicates new headquarters for nuclear control unit

The new, $1.3 billion headquarters for the command unit that controls the nation’s nuclear-armed forces has been dedicated at an Air Force Base south of Omaha.


Army is helping Lt. Col. Vindman deal with public scrutiny during impeachment hearings

The Army confirmed Tuesday that the service is providing assistance to Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman to help him with the attention caused by his testimony in the ongoing congressional impeachment hearings of President Donald Trump.



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Hammond leads Air Force over Colorado State 38-21

Donald Hammond III ran for a touchdown and threw for three more, including a go-ahead 50-yard catch-and-run to Sanders in the fourth quarter.


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Hammond leads Air Force over Colorado State 38-21

Donald Hammond III ran for a touchdown and threw for three more, including a go-ahead 50-yard catch-and-run to Sanders in the fourth quarter.