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The US Just Flew a Stealth Fighter to Bomb Drug Labs in Afghanistan
The Air Force has unleashed the F-22 Raptor in Afghanistan for its first operational mission against Taliban drug labs.
Investigators Find More Remains of US Soldier Killed in Niger
by Brendan McGarry
U.S. military investigators found more remains of the Army soldier killed in Niger, the Defense Department announced Tuesday.
T-38 Talon Crashes in Texas; Pilot Dead, Another Injured
by Oriana Pawlyk
The T-38 Talon crashed at approximately 4:00 p.m. local time roughly 15 miles northwest of the base in Del Rio, Texas.
Alcohol, Liberty Ban for US Troops in Japan After Deadly Car Crash
by Hope Hodge Seck
U.S. Forces Japan cut off local liberty for all troops in the region and prohibited consumption of alcohol until further notice.
Pentagon Plans Changes to Post-9/11 GI Bill Transferability
by Amy Bushatz
A rule allowing troops to transfer their post-9/11 GI Bill benefits to their children or spouse may soon see changes.
Lawmakers Seek End to Draft Registration
Two lawmakers are waging a little-noticed campaign to abolish the Selective Service System.
Swiss Voters Reject Move to End Conscription Army
by John Heilprin
For the third time in almost a quarter-century, neutral Switzerland has overwhelmingly voted to maintain its conscription army.
Ahead of Draft, Ultra-Orthodox Soldiers Under Fire
by Aron Heller
Ultra-Orthodox males have long avoided military service, but with the government ending a contentious 65-year-old system of dra...
Lawmakers Drop Plan Requiring Women to Register for Draft
by Richard Lardner
Negotiators reached agreement on a sweeping defense policy bill that rejects a plan to force women to register for the draft.
Congress Still Sending Mixed Signals on Women in the Draft
Stars and Stripes
by Travis J. Tritten
Despite key votes in Congress, it remained unclear whether the U.S. is closer to requiring women to register for the draft.