California Guardsmen Help Manage Evacuation Center
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Deborah L. Dalton, executive director of the Cavanagh Recreation Center in Petaluma, Calif., said she
Coalition Monitors Military Movements Near Kirkuk, Pentagon Spokesman
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Coalition military officials are monitoring military movements in the vicinity of Kirkuk, Iraq, following reports of an incident, the Pentagon director of press operations said.
Adding Arleigh Burkes: H.I.I. Steps Forward for DDG-51 Restart
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In April 2009 Bath and Ingalls agreed to the Navy's surface combatant plans, thus heralding a significant restructuring within the American naval shipbuilding community. Under the agreements, the USA would end production at 3 Graf Spee sized
Command At Sea: 'Foreword Presence'
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Review by Bill Doughty One hundred years ago, in 1917, Rear Adm. Harley F. Cope was midway through his studies at the U.S. Naval Academy. ...
What is he going to say? | Bouhammer.com
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Well it appears that President Trump has decided on a strategy he wants our military to take in regards to Afghanistan. With this track record so far of letting the military make battlefield tactical decision, he has shown that he has more trust in the military decision making process than our last few Presidents. Considering that he has not taken their first or second recommendations and made them go back and try over and over again, also shows that he knows how to push them to get them to stra
Multinational Mine Warfare Exercise Begins Off South Korean Coast
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Maritime forces from the United States and South Korea, together with personnel from United Nations Command Sending State nations, began a multinational mine warfare exercise in waters off South
Air Force Squadron in Louisiana Serves as
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The 26th Operational Weather Squadron at Barksdale Air Force Base in Louisiana operates day and night to track the weather and watch for possible weather threats in the Southeast, a region that
Face of Defense: Airman Earns Senior-Rated Parachutist Badge
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Air Force Tech. Sgt. Joe Ostrum, 820th Combat Operations Squadron personal parachute program manager, completed the final requirement to obtain a senior rating by fulfilling jumpmaster duties during a
Strikes Continue in Effort to Defeat ISIS in Syria, Iraq
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U.S. and coalition military forces continued to attack the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, conducting three strikes consisting of three engagements, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent
EU ministers close ranks to support Iran deal
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Luxembourg (AFP) Oct 16, 2017 - The EU is to dispatch its chief diplomat Federica Mogherini to Washington next month to fight for the Iran nuclear deal after US President Donald Trump threatened to tear it up.
North Korea tells UN will not negotiate with a 'hostile' US
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United Nations, United States (AFP) Oct 16, 2017 - North Korea on Monday told the United Nations that it will never negotiate the dismantling of its nuclear weapons unless the United States reverses its hostile policy.
US, S. Korea begin major navy drill
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Seongnam, South Korea (AFP) Oct 16, 2017 - The United States and South Korea on Monday launched a joint naval exercise in a fresh show of force against North Korea over its growing missile and nuclear threats.
China's Xi caught between Kim nukes, Trump tweets
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Beijing (AFP) Oct 16, 2017 - As Chinese leader Xi Jinping prepares to embark on a second five-year term this week, the impulsive leaders of North Korea and the United States could spoil his party.
India, Russia to hold first 'tri-service' war games
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New Delhi (AFP) Oct 16, 2017 - India and Russia will hold large-scale military exercises engaging their armies, navies and air forces for the first time, the defence ministry in New Delhi said Monday.
LCS  MH-60S Mine Counter-Measures Continue Development
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The US Navy currently uses large CH-53/MH-53 helicopters and towed sleds to help with mine clearance work, but they hope to replace those old systems with something smaller and newer. The MH-60S helicopter's Airborne Mine
JMR-FVL: Army Casts Dice for Future Helicopters
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The JMR-TD program is the science and technology precursor to the Department of Defense's estimated $100 billion Future Vertical Lift program, which is expected to replace between 2,000-4,000 medium class UH-60 utility and AH-64 attack helicopters
Invisible Shipkillers, Winning the Great War
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Review by Bill Doughty Germany's unrestricted submarine warfare brought the United States into a war many Americans strongly opposed. Exac...
Iraqi Forces Move Into Kirkuk in Defeat-ISIS Fight, Spokesman Says
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Iraqi forces moved into Kirkuk, Iraq, as they continue their campaign against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, Pentagon Director of Press Operations Army Col. Rob Manning told reporters.
Understanding Mother of all Koreas
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Review by Bill Doughty Part of the Mansudae Grand Monument North Korea says it wants a "blood reckoning" with the United States. B. R...