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Four Marines Killed in Chattanooga Shootings Identified
Military officials have released the names of the four Marines killed in Thursday's shootings in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Army Details How It Will Shrink to 450,000 Soldiers
The Army announced Thursday how it plans to downsize to 450,000 soldiers, a move that will reduce its numbers by 40,000 soldiers and 17,000 Army civilian employees, through the end of 2018. The cuts are prompted by the Budget Control Act and changing strategic needs as the wars in Iraq and
US Welcomes Top Chinese Military Official Amid Hacking Allegations
The U.S. military is rolling out the red carpet across the country this week for a top Chinese military official, culminating in a visit to the Capitol – even as five Chinese military officers allegedly involved in high-profile cyber-attacks and targeted in a U.S. federal indictment remain free in
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) NOTABLES OBAMA AND CLINTON PARTY ON THE VINEYARD: No word on whether they “hugged it out,” but, according to the White House, the President and First Lady were “happy to have the chance to spend time with Secretary Clinton and former...
Slain General Remembered at Pentagon Memorial Service
Major General Harold J. Greene was remembered Tuesday at a somber Pentagon ceremony that focused on his leadership and love for his family. There as almost no mention of last week’s insider attack in Afghanistan that made Greene the highest ranking officer to be killed...
US General Slain in Afghanistan Remembered for His Passion, Intelligence
An American flag hangs outside the Falls Church, Virginia, home of Maj. Gen. Harold Greene . Two stars are visible in the window, reflecting his rank. Greene was killed Tuesday while visiting a military academy in Afghanistan -- the highest ranking U.S. official to have been killed in action since
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Green Beret Teams to be Sent to Iraq in Advisory Role
President Obama says the troops will only advise the Iraqi military, but are prepared for combat if necessary.
New Video Shows Afghan POW Release
The 90-second exchange sparked controversy as Washington lawmakers blast the Obama administration.
Obama elevates concussion talk
WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama called Thursday for more robust research into youth concussions, saying there remains deep uncertainty over both the scope of the troubling issue and the long-term impacts on young people. "We want our kids participating in sports," Obama said as he opened a