Two soldiers were killed in a training flight of an Apache attack helicopter at Fort Campbell, Kentucky. The soldiers, who were killed in an AH-64E Apache helicopter, were assigned to the 101st Combat Aviation "Destiny" Brigade, according to the U.S. Army. The chopper crashed in a local training
The C-130 cargo plane that crashed outside the Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport, killing all nine service members on board, was the latest in a string of deadly military aviation incidents. An extensive Military Times investigation last month revealed that manned aviation accidents rose
It's a nightmare scenario for Syria: The United States launches strikes on Syrian targets, killing Russians, and Moscow is forced to defend itself or retaliate. Anything is possible when the missiles start flying, but the U.S. and Russia have a system for avoiding this scenario – it’s known as the
A nonprofit organization has stepped in to provide death benefits to families of two soldiers killed in an Apache helicopter crash over the weekend. Due to the government shutdown, the families did not receive the $100,000 death benefit provided for the death of a service member under any
The families of two Army soldiers killed early Saturday morning when their Apache helicopter crashed in California will not receive the $100,000 death benefit they are entitled to because of the ongoing federal government shutdown.
The TAKE with Rick Klein A shutdown without a clear purpose or direction might end up taking things backwards. The stop-and-start negotiations – if that’s what they should be called – that dotted the weekend could yet yield a deal that puts the federal government’s lights back on soon. But they
The families of two Army soldiers killed early Saturday morning when their Apache helicopter crashed in California will not receive the $100,000 death benefit they are entitled to because of the ongoing federal government shutdown . When the same situation happened during the last government
The attack took place just hours after Secretary of Defense James Mattis arrived.
The Taliban and ISIS are both taking credit for a rocket attack on Kabul's airport early Wednesday just hours after U.S. Secretary of Defense James Mattis landed in Afghanistan for a surprise visit. A barrage of up to 40 rounds of munitions hit the airport, including 29 rocket-propelled grenades,