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Dismissal of Bid Protest Clears Way for New Army Sidearm
Stars and Stripes
by Wyatt Olson
In January, the Army announced that Sig Sauer would supply its standard sidearm for the next decade, replacing the Beretta M9.
Proposal to Allow Split PCS Moves Wins Pentagon Support
by Amy Bushatz
Top Pentagon officials now support a proposal designed to make the timing of military moves easier on families.
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.
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.
Unleash the Beast: F-35 Aerial Demo Sends Message to Dogfight Doubters
by By Hope Hodge Seck
An F-35A made history at the Paris Air Show with a demonstration of its ability to square off against any fourth-gen aircraft.
The Early Days of Motorized Military Vehicles
In the days of Pancho Villa and World War I, GM was a major force in military vehicle production.
Marines Shelve Humvee Upgrade Program Due to Budget Cuts
by Brendan McGarry
The service had planned to modernize several thousand of the iconic military vehicles as part of an acquisition effort called t...
Oregon Contractor Pleads Guilty to Defrauding US
by Jeff Barnard
An Oregon defense contractor has pleaded guilty to selling $10 million worth of phony parts for attack helicopters and military...
New Rules Help Get Commercial Driver's License
American Forces Press Service
by Karen Parrish
Service members who are licensed to drive a range of military vehicles now have an advantage gaining a commercial driver's lice...
Afghan Insurgents Find New Opening for IED Attacks
by Robert Burns
WASHINGTON -- The shrinking U.S. combat role in Afghanistan has given insurgents an opening to devise and carry out deadlier at...