Pentagon IDs two soldiers killed in Afghanistan helicopter crash
Chief Warrant Officer 2 David Knadle, 33, and Chief Warrant Officer 2 Kirk Fuchigami Jr., 25, were killed after their helicopter crashed in Afghanistan’s Logar province, according to the Pentagon.
US to Europe: Fix Open Skies Treaty or we quit
A meeting in Brussels may be the first step toward the end of the Open Skies Treaty, but European allies are scrambling to save it.
The list of military sites with suspected ‘forever chemicals’ contamination has grown
But the Pentagon did not say where the sites are or the extent of the contamination, if any.
Air Force advises airmen against using products containing CBD oil
The service warned that products with CBD oil, an abbreviation for cannabidiol oil and derived from the marijuana plant, may lead to positive results for airmen undergoing urinalysis designed to detect marijuana.
Combat controller, our 2019 Airman of the Year, to receive Silver Star
Tech. Sgt. Cody Smith was struck by gunfire, a mortar detonating nearby, and a rocket-propelled grenade during an hours-long battle in Afghanistan, but repeatedly turned away medical care and kept fighting.
US defense chief ends Asia tour with same troubles, risks
U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper ended an Asia tour Thursday with the same trio of troubles on the Korean peninsula that he found on arrival last week. Together they pose risks to U.S. national security and to the future of Washington’s alliance with South Korea.
Here’s how military commissary customers rank their stores
Stores' scores have improved in all areas in the last year.
Illegal immigrant charged in hit-and-run death of Marine Vietnam veteran
Detectives allege the veteran was struck by the front of the Toyota and dragged more than 50 feet.
Esper doesn’t regret delaying military drills, despite North Korea snub
U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper says he does not regret postponing a U.S.-South Korean military air exercise, even though the gesture was rejected by North Korea as not enough to restart nuclear diplomacy.
Wisconsin National Guard chief won’t oust whistleblower until probe ends
The Wisconsin National Guard’s leader won’t finalize the discharge of a whistleblower whose sexual assault allegations triggered two federal probes until an investigation into whether his commanders are retaliating against him ends.
How the long-term effect of Trump’s recent war crimes actions could play out
The move could undermine military justice or set it straight.
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