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News Archives for Nov 8, 2016

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  • American forces patrol with Afghans
    Afghan War Crimes Inquiry on Docket for Next US President
    The next president will have to deal with an inquiry into war crimes in Afghanistan that could include actions by U.S. troops.
  • A container full of ammunition is offloaded from the U.S. Naval Ship Lance Cpl. Roy M. Wheat Oct. 29 at Nordenham, Germany. (Photo: U.S. Army)
    Pentagon Sends Huge Ammo Shipment to Forces in Europe
    The DoD just completed the largest single shipment of ammunition for Army and Air Force units in Europe in more than two decades.
  • Holding a medicine bottle.
    Report Gives VA Mail Drug Program High Marks
    More than 99 percent of vets using a mail pharmacy program received prescription packages within VA's 10-day timeliness goal.
  • This frame grab from Monday, Nov. 7, 2016 shows U.S.-backed fighters during fighting with the Islamic State group in the village of Laqtah, north of Raqqa, Syria. (Hawar News Agency, via AP)
    Turkey, Syrian Kurds at Loggerheads over Raqqa Offensive
    Turkey said that the U.S.-backed and Kurdish-led forces leading an assault on Raqqa should not enter the city itself.
  • FILE - Wave watchers witness the dangers of getting too close too soon after a typhoon passed near Maeda Point two days before. (Air Force/Ed Dunn)
    Marine Corps Lifts Ban on Water Activities in Japan
    A temporary moratorium on ocean water activities for troops within III Marine Expeditionary Force was lifted Nov. 5.