Thursday, October 10
- POW/MIA return ceremonies purely 'symbolic,' DoD admits
- Airmen: More training for sexual assault prevention
- Obama signs bill to restore military death benefits
- Military academy sports to go on despite shutdown
- Taliban mocks U.S. government shutdown
- Arlington's sweep of gravesite mementos distresses families of fallen
- Deputy defense secretary Carter to step down
- U.N. extends NATO force in Afghanistan for last time
- Families feel far-reaching effects from shutdown
- Shutdown hampers attendance at defense conferences
- Vets, widows say VA passes out pain meds too readily
- GOP offers short-term debt deal; White House a 'maybe'
- Trial starting for Saudi airman in child rape case
- NYC police: 2 sought boots, coats for Taliban
- Family of deployed airman fights town over abandoned car law
- Chemical weapons inspectors visit 3 Syria sites
- Egypt balks at aid freeze, calls it 'incorrect'
- Tainted workout supplement suspected in hepatitis cases
- Fear grips Somali town raided by SEAL commandoes
- North Korea replaces hard-line military chief
- Treasury Secretary warns seven days to default
Start your day with a roundup of top defense news.
1Air Combat Command chief reluctantly accepts Global Hawk over U-2
2Interview: Gen. Mark Welsh, Air Force chief of staff
3U.S. begins airstrikes on Islamic State targets in Syria
4Fundraiser draws $50K to support family of pilot killed in F-15 crash
5Reports: 3 missing Afghan soldiers detained at Canadian border
- Air Force Times’ Sept. 29 issue comic
- Happy 67th birthday, Air Force!
- National POW/MIA Recognition Day