Judge Orders School of the Americas Names Released, Military Job Sucks


Military Headline News – Rick Rogers

Job rankings are out and close to the bottom of the list is the occupation of enlisted military person
CareerCast.com rated the military job No. 198 out of 200.
The best job: an actuary. The worst: Newspaper reporter.
China has one aircraft carrier, but expect more to follow
China’s official news agency is reporting that the country plans to launch more and bigger carriers in the future.
Now what?
NATO should prepare for the use of chemical weapons by Syria, according to Secretary of State John Kerry.
Israeli intelligence officials already believe the Syrian government used the weapon of mass destruction against insurgents last month.
Their use in the war-torn nation could ramp up pressure on Western countries to intervene in the civil war.
However, NATO officials say that is unlikely.
A federal judge is demanding the government release the names of Latin American military leaders who attended the Pentagon’s former School of the Americas. Critics say the United States trained notorious human rights abusers there.
Rick Rogers, Military Headline News.


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Rick Rogers is a defense reporter based in San Diego.