A Marine's Testimony Casts Doubt on the Pentagon's Account of the Kabul Airport Attack
US military survivors' testimony from the August 26 Kabul airport attack has cast doubt on the findings of the Pentagon's investigation, which concluded that nobody was hit by gunfire in its aftermath.
Americans Trapped in War Between Russia and Ukraine Won't be Rescued by the U.S. Military, White House says
On Friday, the White House delivered its sternest warning to American civilians in Ukraine: Get out now because the U.S. military will not assist in your rescue if Russia invades.
Veterans Can Refer Patients to Generations Hospice
Veterans Affairs (VA) has designated Generations Hospice in Iowa as part of its Community Care Network (CCN). Generations can receive referrals directly from the VA and reimbursement if Medicare does not cover the patient.
Would you like to utilize both the Post-9/11 and the Montgomery GI Bill? Just wait.
It will be reviewed later this year by another panel on whether veterans should utilize either the Post-9/11 GI Bill or the Montgomery GI Bill to get a college degree. It's the latest legal twist in the long fight over education benefits.
In Syria, A One-legged Man Bathes on a Rooftop? Indeed He's The Leader of ISIS
During the two-year hunt for the Islamic State's elusive leader last fall, a U.S. surveillance drone photographed a bearded man bathing atop a three-story building in northwest Syria. But he didn't have a leg.
U.S. Asks Mexico to Hold Talks on Marine Environment Obligations
Mexico's environmental obligations to protect marine life under their trade agreement have caused the U.S. to request consultations.
Challenge to U.S. Navy Shortened by China
Connecticut Airport Authority (CAA) is on its way to acquiring Bridgeport Sikorsky Memorial Airport (KBDR) to bring commercial airline service back to the southeast.
More Than $230M Ordered to be Paid in Church Shooting Case by US Air Force
In San Antonio, a federal judge ordered the military to pay over $230 million in damages for failing to flag a conviction that might've prevented the gunman from getting the weapon used in the shooting.
US Air Force: Pilot in Arizona Accident Ejected Safely
The military contractor's fighter jet pilot ejected safely, and no one on the ground was hurt, a spokesman for him and US Air Force officials confirmed.
Battelle Awarded $17 Million by the U.S. Air Force to Advance Warfighter Health Protection
In a five-year, $17 million contract, Battelle will help the Air Force conduct research that advances health protection for warfighters in both current and near-future operational environments.
US Navy Ships To Be Built With Self-Correcting Infrastructure
CRA received a contract from the US Navy to develop a Self-Healing Adaptation Infrastructure for Loss Tolerance (SAIL). Charles River Analytics and George Washington University (GWU) collaborate on SAIL.
Blockade by US Military Prevents Access of Troops in Europe
Pentagon and U.S. military reporters are protesting what they claim is a denial of access to the approximately 3,000 troops stationed in Europe amid rising tensions between Russia and Ukraine.