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Congrats to Golden Apples award winnersCongrats to Golden Apples award winnersWe would like to congratulate all of the schools and businesses recognized at the 32nd annual Golden Apple Awards presentation.
U.S. defense chief: Iraqis showed no will to fight ISISU.S. defense chief: Iraqis showed no will to fight ISIS'We have an issue with the will of the Iraqis to ... defend themselves,' Defense Secretary Ashton Carter said
Defense chief: Iraqis showed no will to fight at RamadiDefense chief: Iraqis showed no will to fight at RamadiThe Islamic State’s takeover of Ramadi is stark evidence that Iraqi forces lack the “will to fight,” Ash Carter said
SecDef Carter says Iraq's 'will to fight' at issue after RamadiSecDef Carter says Iraq's 'will to fight' at issue after RamadiThe Islamic State group's takeover of Ramadi is evidence that Iraqi forces do not have the "will to fight," Defense Secretary Ash Carter said, in the harshest assessment yet from a high-ranking Obama administration official of Iraqi fighters and the loss...
Iraqi forces fled Ramadi without a fightIraqi forces fled Ramadi without a fightIraqi security forces fled Ramadi without putting up a fight, despite holding as much as a 10-to-1 advantage over Islamic State militants, according to two senior U.S. defense officials.
Colleges hold graduation ceremonies today; check back for updatesColleges hold graduation ceremonies today; check back for updatesThree college hold graduation ceremonies today.
Honor bows to valor at Iwo Jima MemorialHonor bows to valor at Iwo Jima MemorialSteve Vernaccini Jr., at age 91, wasn’t too keen on leaving his comfortable home for a long trip.
Iraqi forces fled Ramadi without a fightIraqi forces fled Ramadi without a fightIraqi forces, spooked by ambush and bad weather, fled Ramadi without a fight
Philpott: Senators accept plan to squeeze commissary benefitsPhilpott: Senators accept plan to squeeze commissary benefitsMilitary update with Tom Philpott
Nine years on, Ramadi still matters to troops, vets, familiesNine years on, Ramadi still matters to troops, vets, familiesThe Iraqi army's defeat in Ramadi last week surely came as gut-wrenching news for many of the troops and veterans who fought there during the eight-year Iraq War.
Senators accept plan to squeeze commissary benefitSenators accept plan to squeeze commissary benefitThe Senate committee does not enrich the commission plan, as the House does
Full military honors and a Purple HeartFull military honors and a Purple HeartJohn Metruk's family receives his medal during committal service.
Senators accept plan to squeeze commissary benefitSenators accept plan to squeeze commissary benefitPlan to pare taxpayer support of base grocery stores could lower shopper savings
Letterman's last night: Top 10 (or so) military guestsLetterman's last night: Top 10 (or so) military guestsGenerals, admirals, Medal of Honor recipients and more make up the late-night legend's long list of military guests.
Newly released documents show military thought Nixon caved in to JapanNewly released documents show military thought Nixon caved in to JapanTop officers believed president was caving in to political pressure.
Marine 4-star: Ramadi's fall to ISIS 'breaks my heart'Marine 4-star: Ramadi's fall to ISIS 'breaks my heart'A Marine four-star general who commanded troops during the Iraq War said seeing Ramadi fall to Islamic State militants left him heartbroken and mindful of how hard U.S. service members worked to bring stability to the region.
Iraqis abandoned US-supplied equipment in RamadiIraqis abandoned US-supplied equipment in RamadiIraqi troops abandoned dozens of U.S military vehicles, including tanks, armored personnel carriers and artillery pieces.
Analysis: Ramadi rout shows limits of U.S. plan to train Iraqi militaryAnalysis: Ramadi rout shows limits of U.S. plan to train Iraqi militaryObama opposes letting U.S. military advisers become more engaged in combat.
Iraqis abandoned U.S.-supplied equipment in RamadiIraqis abandoned U.S.-supplied equipment in RamadiIraqi troops abandoned dozens of U.S military vehicles, including tanks, armored personnel carriers and artillery pieces when they fled Islamic State fighters in Ramadi on Sunday, the Pentagon said Tuesday.
U.S.: North Korea 'many years' from developing sub missileU.S.: North Korea 'many years' from developing sub missileA top U.S. military officer says North Korea is "many years" away from being able to launch ballistic missiles from a submarine.
Fall of Ramadi raises doubts about US strategy in IraqFall of Ramadi raises doubts about US strategy in IraqOn Monday, administration officials a.cknowledged the fall of Ramadi
Fall of Ramadi raises doubts about U.S. strategy in IraqFall of Ramadi raises doubts about U.S. strategy in IraqThe Islamic State group's capture of Ramadi, a key provincial capital in western Iraq, calls into question the Obama administration's strategy in Iraq.
Ramadi’s fall raises doubts about U.S. strategy in IraqRamadi’s fall raises doubts about U.S. strategy in IraqThe Islamic State group’s capture of Ramadi calls into questions the Obama administration’s strategy in Iraq
Letter: Questionable SourceLetter: Questionable SourceBarbara Opall-Rome's article "Report Cites Shift in Israeli War Doctrine" [DefenseNews.com, May 5] repeats, without any qualifications, a report by a group called Breaking the Silence (BtS) that alleges abuses by Israeli soldiers in the 2014 Gaza strip...
US plays down ISIS militants' gains in IraqUS plays down ISIS militants' gains in IraqThe US insisted Friday that its strategy is working.
Dunford announces plan to rebalance the MAGTFDunford announces plan to rebalance the MAGTFCommandant of the Marine Corps Gen. Joseph Dunford said changes need to be made to realize new strategic visions.
Area college commencement ceremonies scheduledArea college commencement ceremonies scheduledThis year's area college commencement speakers range from a global internet media guru to the chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff.