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Delivery is "imminent" for the first two VH-92A helicopters that will transport the president, Maj. Gen. Gregory Masiello, program executive officer for air anti-submarine warfare,... [Read More]
U.S. Army Sgt. Daniel Perry, who was indicted by a Travis County grand jury this summer on charges of murder, aggravated assault and deadly conduct,... [Read More]
In a joint statement, six European countries and the United States also condemned what they called Russia's continuing provocations in Georgia despite the ongoing COVID-19... [Read More]
Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris will hold a ceremony in the White House Rose Garden on Thursday to sign the legislation, which was passed... [Read More]
President Joe Biden signed a memorandum allowing people from Hong Kong currently residing in the United States to live and work in the country for... [Read More]
The number of people now in the hospital in the U.S. with the virus has more than tripled over the past month, from an average... [Read More]
The new eviction moratorium announced Tuesday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention could run into opposition at the Supreme Court, where one justice... [Read More]
The Biden administration has approved its first arms sale to the island democracy of Taiwan, a potential $750 million deal, amid rising tensions with China. [Read More]
Aminah Mohamad, an 8-year-old girl born in Chattanooga but raised under ISIS control, has been rescued and is in a secure location in northeast Syria... [Read More]
When Daniel Juracek came across a letter written by a soldier in the 82nd Field Artillery to an Aberdeen woman in 1918, he immediately wanted... [Read More]
Government forces placed steel barricades and razor wire across many roads, bridges and intersections and set up additional checkpoints in anticipation of anti-India protests. Some... [Read More]
The Marine Corps physical fitness test will undergo two important changes related to abdominal strength tests. [Read More]
Stefan Eberhard Zappey has been employed at Patch since 2001 as a teacher of German language courses, according to a newly released complaint in U.S. district court in Georgia. ... [Read More]
The first family day since 2019 at Grafenwoehr Training Area, the largest U.S. range in Europe, was held by the 41st Field Artillery Brigade. [Read More]
Vaccine maker Moderna said Thursday that protection from its coronavirus shots remained strong — 93 percent effective — six months after full vaccination. [Read More]
Every four years, Russia and Belarus hold the Zapad exercise, which has a history of unnerving U.S. and NATO military officials concerned that Moscow could... [Read More]
Chief Master Sgt. Tresse Z. King, 54, of Raeford, N.C., died Tuesday in a noncombat incident at Ali Al Salem Air Base, the Pentagon said. [Read More]
Bora, a military working dog from Spangdahlem Air Base, "literally and figuratively had the biggest heart," her former handler said days after the German shepherd died... [Read More]
One U.S. base in Japan reported six newly infected individuals Wednesday evening. [Read More]
Three U.S. Army soldier-athletes, all former Olympians, are coaching U.S. wrestling, pentathlon and taekwondo teams at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. [Read More]
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