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Iraq Veteran One of the Victims in Colorado Clinic Shootings

Ke'arre M. Stewart. GoFundMe Page

The two civilians killed in Friday's shooting at a Colorado Planned Parenthood clinic were identified by authorities and family members on Sunday. Jennifer Markovsky, 35, was accompanying a friend to the Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood clinic when she was killed in the shooting rampage, her father told The Denver Post. John Ah-King said sh... more

Soldiers Can Mix Camo Patterns for Cold-Weather Gear

An Intelligence and Sustainment Company team races through the snow transporting a simulated casualty to a landing zone during the Gauntlet Challenge on Fort Drum, N.Y., in this file photo. (U.S. Army photo/Spc. Ferdinand Rejano)

WASHINGTON -- As winter weather approaches and temperatures drop, Soldiers turn to their cold-weather gear to keep warm outdoors while conducting training or operations. Many Soldiers now wear their Army Combat Uniform, or ACU, in the new Operational Camouflage Pattern, or OCP. But their organizational clothing and individual equipment, or OC... more

Devil’s Mile with Tire

special forces tire ruck

Fitness programs today are pushing the limits of comfort and getting creative to produce a better warrior or tactical athlete using simple methods that can be accomplished anywhere. Some trainers agree with these methods /​ some disagree with methods that push the limits of what athletes should do in a day. But regardless of what you think about... more

NCO's Idea Offers Maintenance Savings

Army Sgt. 1st Class Chad Corey

FORT LEE, Va. — Army Sgt. 1st Class Chad Corey received a monetary award for his potential money-saving suggestion to improve the maintenance process for the Army’s fleet of up-armored Humvees and other vehicles. “It’s about the soldier and making things better,” said Corey, an instructor assigned to the Basic Wheeled Vehicle Division, Wheeled ... more

Lawmakers Stand Behind Troubled Missile Defense System

An unmanned U.S. Army blimp over Amish country in Pennsylvania. Jimmy May/Bloomsburg Press Enterprise via AP

WASHINGTON -- The Pentagon's glitch-prone, $2.7 billion system of radar-equipped blimps -- designed to safeguard the nation's capital against cruise missiles and other airborne threats -- has long been a source of frustration to military leaders. A month ago, it became a punch line. One of the pilotless JLENS blimps broke loose from its mooring... more

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