Mountain Home fighter jets could fly lower in Idaho, Nevada and Oregon
The U.S. Air Force wants to fly supersonic fighter jets at lower altitudes in lightly populated areas of southwestern Idaho, northern Nevada and southeastern Oregon to better simulate combat conditions.
Ellsworth officials identify airman who died
Ellsworth Air Force Base officials have identified the airman whose body was found at his off-base residence Monday.
Fuel contaminants ruled out in fatal B-17 crash, NTSB report says
The weather was calm and clear at the time of a deadly B-17 crash at a Connecticut airport, and tests on the airplane’s fuel did not turn up any sign of debris or contamination, federal investigators said Tuesday.
Trump expresses confidence when asked if nuclear weapons at Incirlik are safe
“That air base alone can take any place," Trump said. "It’s a large, powerful air base.”
149th Fighter Wing Air Guardsman dies of health complications
A master sergeant in the Texas Air National Guard died of health complications Saturday at Brooke Army Medical Center.
What it means for American bases in Syria to be occupied by Syrian and Russian forces
As U.S. forces make a grab for the exit in a hurry, reports and video coming in suggest U.S. troops are dumping equipment and leaving bases in tact while stripping sensitive items.
Democrats protest transferring $200M in Pentagon counterdrug efforts in Afghanistan to fund border wall
President Donald Trump has quietly transferred more than $200 million from Pentagon counterdrug efforts toward building his long-promised wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, drawing protests from Democrats who say he is again abusing his powers.
Trump mulled order to close parts of VA health system, Shulkin says in new book
Eager for changes at the Department of Veterans Affairs, President Donald Trump toyed early on with issuing an executive order to close parts of the VA health system without consulting Congress, according to an upcoming book by his former VA secretary.
Another former CENTCOM general weighs in with displeasure over Trump’s Syria gambit
A former CENTCOM general officer said ordering U.S. troops out of Syria was "one of the poorest, most uninformed, even arrogant policy decisions I’ve seen by any administration in the last 30 years."
Bipartisan House majority condemns Trump for Syria pullout
The U.S. House voted 354-60 to reverse President Donald Trump’s decision to pull U.S. troops back from northern Syria.
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