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Sailors direct an F/A-18C Hornet, from the "Death Rattlers" of Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 323, on the flight deck of the USS Nimitz on Feb. 19, 2021.<br>Charles DeParlier/U.S. Navy

Marine aviation marks history as last FA-18 Hornets land from deployment with USS Nimitz

The flight to the Marine Corps Air Station Miramar's tarmac marked the last time the Marines would deploy with Hornets on an aircraft carrier. By 2028, most pilots will fly the more stealth F-35 B fighter jets.


Air Force Special Operations Command wants 'flying box' for variety of operations

Air Force Special Operations Command, headquartered at Hurlburt Field, could get a scaled-down version of the autonomous Silent Arrow glider for "unspecified" U.S. operations.


Biggest foreign-worker exodus since WWII adds to Britain's woes

Foreign workers are leaving Britain at the fastest pace since World War II, presenting a challenge to an economy already roiled by Brexit and the coronavirus.

More than 1 million doses of coronavirus vaccine given to military personnel despite high opt-out rate

Lt. Gen. Ronald Place said that roughly a third of military personnel are declining to be immunized.


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Marktkirche in Wiesbaden provides hope, strength during difficult times

With coronavirus infections still high in Germany, and U.S. and German authorities continuing to advise against unnecessary travel, I needed somewhere local to visit to get me out of the house.