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Russia Blames Israel for Shooting Down of Plane Off Syria
A Russian reconnaissance aircraft was brought down by a Syrian missile over the Mediterranean, killing all 15 on board.
Air Force Squadron Buildup Would Require 40,000 Additional Personnel
The U.S. Air Force could reach 725K airmen and civilians with its proposal to increase to 386 operational squadrons.
Air Force Again Shoots Down Proposal to Make Warrant Officer Pilots
Warrant officers are not going to become the quick-fix solution to ending the Air Force's pilot shortage crisis.
Kim, Moon Start Possibly Most Challenging Korean Summit Yet
The leaders of the two Koreas have begun their official summit talks on denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.
UN Envoy: Afghanistan Is In Best Position for Peace Talks
The U.N. envoy for Afghanistan said that the country is in its best position to start peace talks with the Taliban.
Air Force Wants to Surge Growth by More Than 70 New Squadrons
Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson said the service intends to grow by a total of more than 70 squadrons.
Air Force 4-Star: We Must Be Prepared to Fight in Space
The general overseeing the Air Force's space operations says future operators must be prepared to fight there.
Military's Top Spy: AI May Enhance Tradecraft, Prevent Geopolitical Surprises
Using algorithms to sort through massive amounts of info can take the burden off defense analysts, Lt. Gen. Ashley said.
F-15X and GenZ: Former Air Combat Command Chief on the Future Air Force
What if the next great military pilot has yet to step into an airplane?
Pentagon Deploys Thousands of Troops as Flooding from Florence Worsens
The Pentagon has sent some 13,000 servicemembers to areas impacted by Hurricane Florence in North and South Carolina.
Accused Serial Killer Served Eight Years in the Navy
Accused serial killer Juan David Ortiz served as a corpsman in the Navy at installations in Texas and California.
Last Stand: Syria's Rebel Idlib Prepares for a Losing Battle
In its last chapter, just as it has throughout the long, bloody war, the Syrian rebellion's fate lies in foreign hands.
Air Force Academy Ritual Was Something Out of a Bad Movie, Sources Say
Hazing at the academy has been officially banned since its founding in 1954. But that's never quite worked.
Military Couple Escaping Florence's Path Gives Birth in Florida Hospital
A pregnant military couple who evacuated as Hurricane Florence approached North Carolina gave birth to twin girls in Florida.
For Some Soldiers, New, Tougher Army Fitness Test a Jarring Wake-Up Call
The new Army Combat Fitness Test has eliminated age-specific scoring.
Proposed Rule Would Expand Respite Care Access for Families With Special Needs
A proposed military benefits policy update would give more military families with special needs access to respite care.
'Unbroken: Path to Redemption': Faith, Marriage and the Battle Against PTSD
This sequel is the movie that World War II hero Louis Zamperini really wanted everyone to see.
Report: Health Care Gaps Narrowing But Remain for Women Vets
The DAV says things are better than they were, but need for much progress still remains.
'The First': Sean Penn as an Astronaut With Challenges Right Here on Earth
More about the cost of scientific exploration rather than the exploration itself, the currency is both monetary and emotional...