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  • NY Air National Guard opens new training center

    The 108th Attack Squadron of the New York Air National Guard has opened a new $3.5 million facility at Hancock Field near Syracuse to train students to operate the MQ-9 Reaper weapon system. The building was dedicated Sunday to Maj. Gen. Robert Knauff,...
  • Nepal quake aid effort gains U.S. troops, aircraft; more people rescued

    A U.S. military contingent arrived just before sunset Sunday, more than a week after a magnitude 7.8 earthquake, bringing massive cargo planes and a team of four Osprey helicopters to join the international aid effort at Nepal’s international...
  • Saudi-led Arab coalition lands 'reconnaissance' troops in Yemen

    Saudi-led Arab coalition lands 'reconnaissance' troops in Yemen
    With helicopter gunships hovering overhead, at least 20 troops from a Saudi-led Arab coalition came ashore Sunday in the southern port city of Aden on what military officials called a "reconnaissance" mission, as fighting raged between Iranian-backed...
  • The Latest: Arrested protester: Curfew law very egregious

    12:00 a.m. A woman with her hands in cuffs as she was being put into a police van told the media she was being arrested for a "very egregious curfew law. If they're doing this to me, they're going to do it to you." She said she had been part of the...
  • Memorial for military bomb techs adds 7 names from WW II

    The names of seven military bomb technicians who died in World War II are now part of a memorial wall at Eglin Air Force Base. The Northwest Florida Daily News (http://bit.ly/1EO8nUL ) reported that the names of the seven soldiers, sailors and Marines...
  • U.S. sending as many as 500 troops to help with Nepal quake recovery

    U.S. sending as many as 500 troops to help with Nepal quake recovery
    A week after a massive earthquake leveled many areas in Nepal, the U.S. military is sending up to 500 troops, plus aircraft and equipment, to help deliver aid that has been stuck at the tiny country’s main airport. The assistance has been...
  • Mexican drug cartel Jalisco New Generation flexes muscles

    An increasingly strong drug cartel known as Jalisco New Generation was showing off its power with a spasm of violence that killed seven people and forced down a military helicopter in western Mexico, analysts said Saturday. Jalisco state was relatively...
  • 7 killed in violence during anti-cartel operation in Mexico

    At least seven people died as flames and gunfire erupted around the western Mexico state of Jalisco on Friday when a military operation targeting a violent drug cartel was launched at the start of a three-day holiday weekend. Suspected cartel members...
  • Airbus to take legal action over alleged German, US spying

    European aviation company Airbus said Friday it is taking legal action following reports that it was targeted by German and U.S. intelligence agencies. The company, which makes civilian and military aircraft and is a fierce rival of U.S. manufacturer...
  • Navy begins providing extra security for US ships in Strait of Hormuz

    WASHINGTON Navy ships on Thursday began accompanying U.S.-flagged cargo vessels through the Strait of Hormuz in a maritime show of force in response to Iran's seizure Tuesday of a container ship from the Marshall Islands. Defense Department officials...
  • Helicopter makes emergency landing at Alexandria school

    Alexandria officials say a U.S. Air Force helicopter made an emergency landing at an elementary school, but no one was injured. The helicopter landed next to playing fields at William Ramsay Elementary School about 10:30 a.m. Thursday. City officials say...