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Trial Delayed for Guardsman Charged with Stealing WWII Dog Tags
A complaint says Rumsby told investigators he took dog tags that belonged to four airmen killed in plane crashes in 1944.
Transitioning Troops, Student Veterans Can Bolster Civilian Careers with Certifications
Transitioning service members now have free and discounted access to a range of recognized professional certifications.
The Coast Guard Needs Mixed-Gender Berthing
"A shift to unisex berthing will further advance the Coast Guard's commitment to supporting female careers."
Air Force Wants More Money for Light Attack Aircraft Effort
The U.S. Air Force is seeking to give a boost to its light attack aircraft effort by shifting unspent money to the program.
Space Force Funding May Come Up Short This Year, Key Lawmaker Says
Thornberry said the White House started with a "relatively simple" implementation plan.
Navy Cuts Flight Hours, Cancels Performances as It Deals with Aviation Budget Shortfall
Navy H-60 Sea Hawk pilots in helicopter sea combat and maritime strike squadrons will see their flight hours cut by 25%.
The Fight Against ISIS
US-Led Military Force Fighting ISIS Agrees to Halt All Flights over Iraq
Military leaders running the fight against ISIS in Iraq have agreed to stop flying planes, helicopters and drones there.
Retired Marine 4-Star Warns White Nationalist Terrorism Is a Threat Equal to ISIS
Two former officials who led the fight against ISIS are warning about a new threat: homegrown white nationalist terrorism.
ISIS Making Comeback as US Forces Draw Down in Syria, Watchdog Finds
The report also warned that the SDF could look for "alternate partnerships and resources" as U.S. influence wanes.