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News Archives for Mar 20, 2017

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  • Women with a U.S. Marine Female Engagement Team operating in Europe demonstrated their capabilities in Marine Corps martial arts to Romanian and U.S. soldiers in Romania, 29 Sept., 2016. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Michelle Reif)
    After Marine Photo Scandal, Services Issue Social Media Guidelines
    U.S. military leaders sent out guidance to personnel about online conduct in the wake of a recent nude-photo sharing scandal.
  • FILE - In this file photo released on ,June 23, 2015, Kurdish fighters of the YPG, sit on their pickup in the town of Ein Eissa, north of Raqqa city, Syria. (The Kurdish fighters of the People's Protection Units via AP, File)
    Syrian Kurdish Militia Says It's Getting Russian Training
    A Syrian Kurdish militia that Turkey views as a terrorist group said Monday that it is receiving training from Russia.
  • Lt. Col. Kevin Leideritz is the first chaplain to be permanently assigned to Special Operations Command Europe in Stuttgart. (LARRAINE WHETSTONE/U.S. ARMY)
    SOCEUR Adds First Chaplain to its Ranks
    The move to establish a full-time chaplain post is helping to open doors inside Stuttgart's insular special operations community.
  • ISIS terrorists ride tanks during a June 2014 parade in Raqqa, Syria. (Raqqa Media Center via AP)
    The Fall of Raqqa and the Islamic State: What Comes Next?
    The return of thousands of ISIS militants to their homes could precipitate an increase in IS inspired terrorist attacks worldwide.
  • President Donald Trump meets with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, Friday, March 17, 2017. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)
    Germany Rejects Trump's Claim it Owes NATO 'Vast Sums'
    Germany has rejected President Donald Trump's claim that the country owes NATO large sums for underspending on defense.