No Word From Top General On Pakistani Supply Lines
The top American commander in Afghanistan declined to predict when Pakistan would reopen its ground supply lines, but he did...
Congress Approves AF Chief After Sex Scandal Brief
Satisfied with the Air Force’s commitment to crack down on sexual assault, congressional lawmakers approved the service’s new...
US Will Leave Afghans Better Than USSR, HASC Hears
House lawmakers heard a deeply bleak assessment about the future prospects of Afghanistan on Tuesday, in which one of the mos...
After US Apology, Pakistan Re-opens Supply Routes
After months of internal wrangling over whether to issue a formal apology, the U.S. told Pakistan on Tuesday it was "sorry" f...
US Must Stay on Knife Edge With Iran, House Hears
Experts told the House on Wednesday that the United States must keep Iran from building a weapon without resorting to force i...
SecDef: More to Stalled Pak Routes Than Apology
Defense Secretary Panetta said that negotiations with Pakistan over its supply lines are stuck over more than an apology.
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Michigan Sen. Carl Levin said he thought Congress could avert automatic budget restrictions set to take effect at the end of...
Official Defends Proposed TRICARE Fee Hikes
Deputy Defense Secretary Ash Carter defended the Pentagon's request to increase TRICARE costs, arguing that sacrifice has to...
TRICARE Provider Battle Rages On
For TRICARE beneficiaries in the western U.S., this summer will bring more than barbecues and trips to the beach.
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The drone is part of the Air Force’s Low-Cost Attritable Strike Demonstration program.
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