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Hundreds Mourn Veteran Who Warned of 'Burn Pit' Hazards
by Mark Brunswick
National Guard veteran Amie Muller believed that exposure to a burn pit in Iraq caused the cancer that killed her.
N. Korea Executes 5 Senior Officials with Anti-Aircraft Guns: Seoul
North Korea executed five security officials with anti-aircraft guns because they made false reports that "enraged" Kim Jong Un.
Viper Attack Helicopters Give Marines New Weapon for Pacific Arsenal
Stars and Stripes
by Matthew M. Burke
The next time Marines hit a Pacific beach, they will have the most advanced attack helicopter in the world at their backs.
Navy Identifies Sailor Shot and Killed at Oceana Naval Air Station
by Courtney Mabeus
A sailor who crashed through a gate of Oceana Naval Air Station made it to the hangar before he was shot and killed.
Jesse Ventura and Chris Kyle Estate Fighting over $37K Legal Bill
by Randy Furst
Attorneys for Taya Kyle, the widow of Chris Kyle, say Ventura lost his suit and should reimburse the estate $37,317.
Trump Seeking $54B Increase in Defense Spending, Cuts Elsewhere
The president reiterated that he wants to better prepare the military to not only deter war but win wars when called to fight.
McMaster to Get Senate Vote on Retaining Rank
by Richard Sisk
McMaster's job as national security adviser does not require confirmation, but he will need a Senate vote to retain his rank.
Air Force Presses to Continue Iraqi Pilot Training in US
by Oriana Pawlyk and Richard Sisk
Iraqi pilots flying F-16s carried out their first airstrike in Syria against ISIS targets, in response to Baghdad car bombings.
Pence Administration Backs Israel Abroad, Business at Home
by Julie Bykowicz
Pence said the Republican administration is "assessing" whether to move the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem.
VA Union Issues, Not Claims Backlog, Dominate Debate at Hearing
by Richard Sisk
The debate at a House hearing last week concerned union business on official time at the Department of Veterans Affairs.
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