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Veterans with 'Bad Paper' Won't Get New VA ID Cards
Stars and Stripes
by Nikki Wentling
Starting next month, vets can register for ID cards to prove their military history, but not everyone who has served will get one.
Trump Lets Air Force Recall 1K Retired Pilots
by Oriana Pawlyk
The Trump administration gave the service the option to return as many as 1,000 retired pilots voluntarily to active-duty service.
Air Force Mulls Uniform Shift from ABUs to ACUs
by Oriana Pawlyk
The Air Force is weighing a decision to get airmen out of the Airman Battle Uniform and into the Army Combat Uniform.
Deserter Bergdahl Says Taliban More 'Honest' than US Army
Bergdahl is expected to appear for sentencing Monday in Fort Bragg, N.C., after pleading guilty to desertion and misbehavior.
The F-35A Just Arrived in Seoul Amid Tension With North Korea
The Air Force’s version of the F-35 has made its debut in Asia.
Russia Starts Delivery of MiG-29 Fighter Jets to Serbia
by Dusan Stojanovic
Russia on Monday started delivering six MiG-29 fighter jets to Serbia.
US Army Chief Says Russia War Games Broke Observer Rules
The U.S. Army's commander in Europe says Russia broke up its Zapad games into parts to avoid having monitors watch the exercises.
Russian Soldier Kills 3 Comrades, Wounds 2 at Firing Range
The Russian military says a soldier has opened fire at other servicemen during drills, killing three and wounding two others.
Putin in Turkey for Talks on Weapons Deal, Syria
Agence France Presse
by Raziye Akkoc with Stuart Williams in Istanbul
Putin met his Turkish counterpart Recep Erdogan for talks, hoping to strengthen a relationship that has troubled the West.
Russia Reports Destruction of All Remaining Chemical Weapons
by Vladimir Isachenkov
Russia on Wednesday completed the task of destroying its huge, Cold War-era chemical weapons stockpiles.