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News Archives for May 14, 2016

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    Carter: Transgender Troops Can Succeed in the US Military
    Defense Secretary tells Air Force Academy cadets that "quality and readiness of the force" is what matters.
  • A U.S. soldier assigned to the 10th Mountain Division provides security during a mounted patrol outside of Camp Fenty, Afghanistan, on Feb. 25. (US Air Force/Corey Hook)
    Major Taliban Push Likely Soon in Helmand, Military Says
    Afghan forces have taken advantage of a lull in fighting to retrain, reorganize and boslter their numbers.
  • U.S. and Polish officials break the ground for construction of the U.S.-led missile defense site that should be operational by 2018. (AP Photo/Michal Fludra)
    US, Polish Leaders Break Ground for Missile Defense Site
    NATO leaders are expected to pledge a more permanent defense presence in the region at a July 8-9 summit in Warsaw.
  • A Marine fires an AT4 antitank rocket at a simulated enemy position in the Central Command's area of operations in Iraq last March. (US Marine Corps/Will Perkins)
    For Marines Advising Iraqi Forces, Ramadi Gains Mark Emotional Victory
    The December reclamation of Ramadi represented an emotional high point for U.S. Marines supporting the Iraqi Army.
  • People attend an Interfaith Prayer Vigil at Olivet Baptist Church in the wake of a July 2015 shooting in Chattanooga, Tenn., that took the lives of five servicemembers. (Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
    Military Plans Security Changes after Killings in Tennessee
    The military is clarifying its rules on when military personnel can carry weapons at recruiting centers and larger installations.