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Try These Ideas Before Privatizing Military Moves
The Pentagon should try these ideas first and allow TRANSCOM more time to consider the effects of privatizing military moves.
Walter Jones Battled on Behalf of Marines. For Him, It Was Personal
Congressman Walter B. Jones entered hospice care Jan. 26 and died days later, Feb. 10, on his 76th birthday.
The Yellow Vest Movement: Does What Happens in Paris Matter to America?
What are the strategic implications of the Yellow Vest movement for the U.S.?
These Military Construction Projects Could Be Cut to Fund a Border Wall
"Some generals thinks this is more important," Trump said of funding a wall rather than military construction projects.
ACLU Says It Will Sue over Trump Emergency Order
The ACLU says it will file a lawsuit challenging President Donald Trump's emergency declaration to fund a wall.
Trump Declares Emergency on Border, Opens Battle over Using DoD Funds for Wall
There's bipartisan opposition to "treating the Pentagon like a campaign piggy bank," one senator said.
The Fight Against ISIS
US-backed Syria Force Says IS Holding 1,000 Civilians
Islamic State militants are preventing more than 1,000 civilians from leaving a tiny area still held by the extremist group.
Push on Last Islamic State Enclave Blunted by Discovery of Civilians
The offensive on the last enclave held by IS has been blunted by the discovery of hundreds of civilians living there.
War Crimes Trial of Navy SEAL Postponed Until Late Spring
Gallagher faces charges of premeditated murder, aggravated assault and shooting at civilians during a 2017 Iraq deployment.