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VA Silent on Timeline for Veteran ID Cards
by Amy Bushatz
Veterans will have to wait an unknown amount of time before they can get a photo ID card from the VA under a law passed in 2015.
Air Force: Mechanical Failures Led to B-52 Aborted Takeoff in Guam
Stars and Stripes
by Alex Horton
A B-52H Stratofortress was destroyed in Guam last year in a fire shortly after an aborted takeoff due to mechanical failures.
North Korea Threatens to Sink US Aircraft Carrier
North Korean media reported the country's military is ready to sink "a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier" with a single strike.
After US Drops 'Frankenbomb' on Afghanistan, Questions Linger
by Oriana Pawlyk
Experts have questioned MOAB's estimated price tag of $170,000. A B-52 bomber's payload can pack the same punch, if not more.
House Backing Away from Proposal to 'Tax' GI Bill
by Richard Sisk
The Veterans Affairs Committee postponed a hearing to consider a proposal to have troops pay up to $2,400 for GI Bill eligibility.
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Nearly 400 Military Bases Must Be Tested for Water Contamination
The Philadelphia Inquirer
by By Justine McDaniel and Laura McCrystal
The military is now testing nearly 400 bases and has confirmed water contamination at or near more than three dozen.
This Running Back-Turned-Soldier Is Trying To Return To Football
Task & Purpose
by Brian Adam Jones
After four years as a U.S. soldier, and seven years away from the NFL, Glen Coffee is trying to return to football.
Trump Awards Purple Heart at Walter Reed Military Hospital
by Darlene Superville
President Donald Trump on Saturday awarded a Purple Heart to an Army sergeant recently wounded in Afghanistan.
Army Hoping to Entice Doctors to the Battlefield
The Fayetteville Observer, N.C.
by Amanda Dolasinski
Army leaders are touting the capabilities of future surgeons to jump from aircraft and perform surgeries in desolate combat zones.
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by Brendan McGarry
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