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News Archives for Apr 15, 2016

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  • EA-6B Prowler
    Marines Deploy EA-6B Prowler Aircraft to Turkey amid Anti-Air Threats
    The deployment of Marine EA-6B Prowler radar jammers to Turkey followed recent anti-air missile shootdowns of Syrian warplanes.
  • A private practices marksmanship on a rifle range at Fort Jackson, South Carolina, in 2013. (US Army photo)
    Army Approves 22 Women to Become Infantry and Armor Officers
    The U.S. Army has approved requests from 22 women to attempt to become 2nd lieutenants in infantry and armor units.
  • In this photo taken Tuesday, Jan. 13, 2015, marijuana is measured in 3.5-gram amounts and placed in cans for packaging at the Pioneer Production and Processing marijuana growing facility in Arlington, Wash. Elaine Thompson/AP
    Senate Committee Renews Medical Marijuana Provision in VA Bill
    Senate lawmakers are renewing a push to give VA doctors the go-ahead to speak with patients about medical marijuana.
  • Capt. Dawn Tanner, 51st Medical Operations Squadron Family Advocacy element leader, Facetimes her wife, Dana McCown, retired lieutenant colonel, at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, Sept. 13, 2013. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Airman 1st Class Ashley J. Thum)
    Same-Sex Spouses Approved to Accompany US Troops to South Korea
    Same-sex spouses will now be able to accompany U.S. service members on overseas tours to South Korea.
  • Two College Students Study In Library
    Vets Group Blasts Obama for 'Neutrality' on Proposed GI Bill Cuts
    The White House would not comment on a bill to reduce the housing allowance to children attending college on a parent's GI Bill.