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New Book Explores Military Acquisition After World War II

A new book published by the Historical Office of the Secretary of Defense describes changes in military weapons systems acquisition during the 15 years...

Seymour Johnson AFB Airmen launch F-15Es to honor WWII victory

Airmen from the 4th Fighter Wing honored their heritage by launching nearly 70 F-15E Strike Eagles in a Turkey Shoot training mission April 16...

Tuskegee Airman laid to rest at Arlington

Family members, friends and fellow service members gathered Jan. 20 here to honor the life and contributions of an original Tuskegee Airmen. Retired Lt. Col....

Japanese American Soldiers will receive Congressional gold medal

More than 1,500 Japanese American representatives, including Soldiers, widows and family members associated with the 100th Infantry Battalion, the 442d Regimental Combat Team, and...

Astrium to Destroy World War I Chemical Weapons

The French Ministry of Defence has selected Astrium as prime contractor for the SECOIA program (French abbreviation for “destruction site for stockpile of old...

Russia flexes nuclear muscle on Victory Day

Some 20,000 soldiers and Russia's most advanced missiles rumbled across Red Square on Monday in a parade marking victory in World War II and...

Last WWI combatant dies in Australia

Briton Claude Choules, the final World War I combat veteran, has died aged 110 in Australia, the last of more than 70 million military...

Grim war stories tell of mental ravages on US troops

WASHINGTON: In grainy black-and-white footage, a young American soldier from World War II struggles to express his feelings in a wrenching scene from a...

Japan begins destroying WWII weapons in China

Beijing: Japan began Tuesday to destroy chemical weapons left over in China from its brutal World War II invasion, a move mandated by its...

US completing largest logistics operation since World War II

The US army has nearly completed the largest logistics operation since World War II in pulling thousands of combat troops and more than one...