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Will US military be “al-Qaeda's air force” in Syria on September...

"Bomb Syria for al-Qaeda": the dumbest war ever?

Will US military be “al-Qaeda’s air force” in Syria on September...

"Bomb Syria for al-Qaeda": the dumbest war ever?

U.S. Weighs Syrian Options, Air Force Considers Cali Drilling Lease

U.S. military options in Syria range from training and advising rebels fighting to topple the government there to putting American troops on the ground.

MHN: Army Loses Combat Records, AF Plane Lost in 1952 Found

The Army has admitted losing – or not keeping – combat records for an untold number of soldiers and National Guardsmen who served in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Air Force Leaks Launch Codes

This week, the Air Force went through Minot Air Force Base again, The 91st Missile wing failed an inspection and 17 officers with nuclear weapons authority were relieved of duty.

Breaking: Air Force “Chemtrails” Manual Available For Download

Many observers of the past two decades of covert aerosol geoengineering adopted the term "chemtrails" to describe unnatural emissions and trails originating from military jet engines.

Top 10 Veterans Stories in Today’s News – January 17, 2013

If you're suffering from a cold, the flu, or another virus, there are things you can do to help relieve the symptoms, but taking antibiotics will not help. Antibiotics only treat bacterial infections, such as strep throat.

Press TV: Iran threatened by possible US Air Force mutiny

Recent intelligence sources have revealed that at least one and perhaps as many as three KC 135 Stratotankers have left the United States, traversing the Pacific Ocean, for use in refueling Israeli attack aircraft on missions against Iran.

Top 10 Veterans Stories in Today’s News March 15, 2012

Despite high rates of alcohol abuse," the US Army "has delayed for nearly three years a plan to offer all soldiers access to confidential counseling for drinking problems, a move that leaders in alcohol abuse treatment say is a mistake.

Evacuate Tokyo and All US Forces From Japan

Tokyo station is as contaminated as the mandatory evacuation zone in Fukushima. It's a Death Sentence for US Troops if they stay.

Baltimore Hospital Provides Pre-deployment Trauma Training

Air Force Master Sgt. Charles Halcome stood at a hospital bed, laying out vials and pointing out medical instruments to be used to treat an incoming patient.

Antichrists in the Air Force and Just Who Would Jesus Bomb?

“The United States Air Force has been training young missile officers about the morals and ethics of launching nuclear weapons by citing passages from the New Testament and commentary from a former member of the Nazi Party and includes a discussion on St. Augustine's 'Christian Just War Theory.' Augustine was the first Church Father to consider the concept of a ‘Just War’ and within 100 years after Constantine, the Empire required that all soldiers in the army must be baptized Christians and thus, the decline of Christianity began.

My Honor Flight

Christina White poses with her father (standing), and her two Veteran grandfathers at the WWII Memorial in Washington, DC.

DOD Launches Military Spouse Employment Partnership

In an effort to address military spouses’ employment challenges, the Defense Department today launched a program to expand career opportunities for military spouses worldwide, and to recognize the skills and talents they bring to the employment table.

Face of Defense: Pilot Supports Ground Fighters

Like many aviators, Air Force Capt. Sarah Eccles, an F-16 Fighting Falcon pilot from San Antonio, caught the flying bug at a young age. On her 15th birthday, her father surprised her by taking her to a Wright Flyers Aviation flight school.

Face of Defense: Air Force Officer Seeks New Challenges

After completing his reserve officers' training and earning a bachelor and master of science in aerospace engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Air Force 1st Lt. Ryan Castonia could well have gone on to a career as an engineer in the Air Force.

Overdue Recognition for Woman AF Pilot

WII Women Air Force Service Pilot (WASP) 1st Lt. Elaine Harmon didn’t join the military for recognition but she certainly earned it. Harmon was one of the 1,074 women pilots who flew non-combat missions in the U.S. in order to free their male counterparts for overseas combat missions.

General Allison A. Hickey Sworn In as Under Secretary for Benefits

General Hickey is a proven leader with deep experience and passion, who is dedicated to the welfare of Veterans, their families and survivors

Navy Strives to Build on Expertise Gained Since 9/11

Committed to preserving and building on expertise garnered during the past decade of conflict, the Navy is hard at work institutionalizing lessons learned as the military draws down in Iraq and looks toward a drawdown in Afghanistan as well, one of the fleet's top training officers reported.

Face of Defense: Mission Brings Father, Son Together

Long duty days far away from home can be tough. A chance to speak with or see a loved one often can offer relief from the stresses of deployment. Ask almost any soldier, sailor, airman or Marine deployed overseas, and they will tell you that family and friends are always on their mind.