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2.1% Pay Raise, BAH Cuts, Tricare Fee Hikes Approved by Senate
by Amy Bushatz
The Senate's version would cap the amount of housing allowance dual-military couples with dependents can receive.
Air Force's Newest Gunship AC-130J Ghostrider Almost Ready for Combat
The Air Force plans to declare its newest gunship, the AC-130J Ghostrider, ready for combat, or IOC, this month.
Why More Pilots Are Skipping the Flight Suit
by Oriana Pawlyk
Pilots not wearing flight suits while flying? Don't worry. The Air Force knows some units may be doing just that.
Navy's Top Doc Orders Cell Phone Ban After Corpsman Flips Off Baby
by Amy Bushatz
The Navy's top doctor has banned all workers' personal cell phones from patient areas after Snapchat posts went viral.
Admiral, Captain Fired as Investigation into Ship Collisions Continues
by Hope Hodge Seck
More leaders are being removed from their posts as the Navy continues to investigate the cause of two deadly ship collisions.
Report: Russian Helicopter Fires on Spectators at Drills
A Russian military helicopter gunship accidentally fired on spectators during war games in western Russia, a website reported.
Putin Attends Military Drills That Worry Russia's Neighbors
by Ivan Sekretarev, Vladimir Isachenkov
Putin on Monday attended the weeklong war games with Belarus that have demonstrated the Russian military's resurgent might.
NATO Official: Russia's War Games Lack Transparency
by Llazar Semini
Troop strength in the Zapad 2017 military exercises, which Russia claims to be about 12,700, could be between 70,000 to 100,000.
Russia Kicks Off Huge War Games On NATO's Flanks
by Richard Sisk
Russia kicked off air, sea and land military exercises on NATO's flanks that Russian generals said were not invasion rehearsals.
Spy Museum's Newest: Ax Used on Trotsky, Parts of Powers' U2
by Deb Riechmann
Part of the world's largest private collection of spy artifacts has been donated to the International Spy Museum in Washington.