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This article was originally published by Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty and is reprinted with permission. The Pentagon has named a U.S. soldier who died on November 24 in Afghanistan’s southern province of Helmand and confirmed
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The White House may face legal challenges to the expansion of authorities for troops at the southern border.
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Unlike past budget showdowns, troops and veterans would see very limited effects if a shutdown happens next month.
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A defense budget analyst thinks the Air Force overestimated the cost of standing up a new space service. Here are his numbers.
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Government and industry must work together to ensure all aircraft fleets will be mission-capable to support war-fighter demand today, and for decades to come.
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The roughly 5,800 active-duty troops sent to locations along the U.S.-Mexico border ahead of the Nov. 6 midterm elections will spend Thanksgiving in Texas, Arizona, and California, but they are expected to return home in
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The U.S. Air Force is planning to spend nearly $200 million on special glasses and visors to protect pilots’ eyes from dangerous lasers like the ones the Pentagon accuses China of firing into the cockpits
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