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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.
Australia, New Zealand Strike Back at North Korea Threat
Agence France Presse
Australia has called North Korea a "serious threat" and New Zealand has accused the rogue nation of having "evil intent."
Trump Signs Bill to Extend Veterans Choice Program
by Richard Sisk
President Trump signed a bill to extend the VA's choice program and pledged to back allowing vets more access to private care.
US Fighter Pilot Approaching USS Carl Vinson Ejects Safely
A pilot ejected an F/A-18E fighter jet on its final approach to the USS Carl Vinson, U.S. Navy officials confirmed Friday.
Trump Administration to Lift Federal Hiring Freeze
by Jill Colvin
The federal government hiring freeze implemented by President Trump as one of his first acts in office will be lifted today.
Wright-Patt to Oversee Light-attack Plane Test Flights
The Dayton Daily News
by Barrie Barber
Proposals have been submitted by contractors for the OA-X, the Air Force's experimental light attack plane.
Army Commemorates 100th Anniversary of US Entering WWI
by Matthew Cox
A modest ceremony at the Pentagon marked the decision by Congress on April 6, 1917, to declare war on Imperial Germany.
With Trump Approval, Pentagon Expands Warfighting Authority
by Lolita C. Baldor
The changes in Trump's first two months in office underscore his willingness to let the Pentagon manage its own day-to-day combat.
Coast Guard to Congress: Don't Move Us to Pentagon
by Brendan McGarry
The service is the only branch of the armed forces that falls under the Homeland Security Department rather than the Pentagon.