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General: US Pilots Made the Call to Shoot Down Syrian Aircraft
by Oriana Pawlyk
In each case, "defenseless aircraft" such as tankers left the airspace because of uncertainty of what Syria or Russia would do.
'Missing' Shiloh Sailor Who Launched Search Now Facing Court-Martial
Stars and Stripes
by Tyler Hlavac
A USS Shiloh sailor who sparked a three-day search only to be later found in the ship's engine room is now facing court-martial.
First 4 Women Graduate Cavalry Scout Training at Fort Benning
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, Ga.
by Ben Wright
For the first time, four women were among 162 soldiers who graduated Thursday from the Cavalry Scout One Station Unit Training.
MiG-35, Russia's New 4th-Gen Light Fighter, Readies for Combat
The MiG-35, designed to replace MiG-29s, was absent from Paris but will be featured at the MAKS international airshow.
Naval Station Norfolk's First 100 Years: the World's Largest Navy Base
by Courtney Mabeus
The first 100 years of Naval Station Norfolk witnessed name changes, reorganizations and technological advancements.
Afghanistan Frees Detainees US Calls 'Dangerous'
by Amir Shah
Afghanistan released 65 accused militants from a former U.S. prison despite protests from the American military.
NATO Leaders Say Afghan Troops Need More Training
by David Rising
MUNICH -- Afghanistan's police force and army still need more training to handle the country's security on their own, making it...
Taliban Talks Going Nowhere Despite Secret Meets
by Kathy Gannon
Secret contacts are again reported to be underway for an Afghanistan peace deal, but few see hope they will succeed.
Karzai Lashes Out at US 'Threats'
PARIS -- Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai lashed out at the United States, accusing it of making threats in the dispute over ...
US Envoy: Karzai Unchanged on Troop Deal
by Patrick Quinn
The U.S. special representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan said Thursday that Afghan President Hamid Karzai still refuses to ...