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Since the DoD opened combat career fields to women, few female airmen have qualified for Air Force special warfare training.
U.S. Special Operations Command will soon test the launch and recovery of a new SEAL commando minisub from a submarine.
The families are also joining an effort to press Jordan to extradite a woman convicted in Israel of a bombing that killed 15.
The script will be written by Tom Williams and will center on two Special Forces soldiers serving in Afghanistan.
Sgt. Wolfgang K. Weninger, a 28-year-old critical skills operator, was involved in a parachute accident at Fort Benning.
The soldier finished the three-week evaluation known as Robin Sage this week, but she is still in the final counseling phase.
The Raider was participating in the Army's Basic Airborne Course at Fort Benning.
So far, about 32,400 Guard troops have been activated in 32 states and in D.C. to support the civil unrest response.
The Army Special Forces operators who earn those coveted green berets are an enterprising bunch. They kinda have to be.
Police in Maine are seeking assistance in identifying suspected vandalism to Delta Force Master Sgt. Gary Gordon's headstone.