The 386-squadron goal is still lean compared to Desert Storm days, Air Force chief says
The Air Force is not playing a negotiating trick by asking for more squadrons than it needs and then bartering with lawmakers downward, according to the Air Force chief of staff.
Air Force C-17s bring tons of humanitarian aid for Venezuela
Three C-17 Globemaster III cargo aircraft from Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, N.J., and Joint Base Charleston, S.C., delivered humanitarian aid for Venezuela.
Pentagon chief: Military housing dollars unlikely to be diverted to border wall
To shift military construction money to border use, Acting Secretary Shanahan must link use to military need.
Indicted US intelligence analyst once drew media across Iran
Years before she was charged with espionage, former Air Force Tech. Sgt. Monica Witt's journey into Iran became the subject of television segments and news articles.
Judge halts Air Force’s efforts to discharge airmen with HIV
A federal judge in Virginia has ordered the Air Force to halt efforts to discharge service members who are HIV-positive.
New York Air National Guard unit gets new commander
A New York Air National Guard unit that’s part of the nation’s air defense system now has a new commander.
Trump demands Europe take ISIS prisoners, America’s latest ask in Syria
Trump’s message comes as the U.S. wants allies to stabilize Syria.
74 years ago, Allied bombers obliterated Dresden, one of Germany’s most beautiful cities
On Feb. 13, 14, and 15, 1945, more than 1,200 British and U.S. heavy bombers dropped nearly 4,000 tons of high-explosive and incendiary bombs on the city, killing an estimated 25,000 people.
Troops do not view immigration as a ‘national emergency.’ Not even close.
Both immigration and Mexico itself were perceived as relatively small threats compared to more pressing concerns like cyberterrorism, Russia and China.
Presidents’ Day pause: How ‘Uncle Sam’s Web-feet’ helped swing an election for Abe Lincoln
The U.S. Navy's triumph at Mobile Bay, combined with victorious Federal ground campaigns in Maryland, Virginia, Tennessee and Georgia, helped reelect Abraham Lincoln and doomed the Confederacy to defeat.
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