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  • New Navy command established in Suffolk

    New Navy command established in Suffolk
    Adm. Philip Davidson, commander of the Navy's Fleet Forces, spoke of the Battle of Midway, a pivotal U.S. win during World War II, when trying to convey the importance of the newly formed Information Dominance Forces Command. Against a superior and...
  • Langley Air Force Base F-22s head to Nevada for training

    Langley Air Force Base F-22s head to Nevada for training
    F-22s from Langley Air Force Base have flown to Nevada to participate in three weeks of combat training. They will train among 125 other aircraft at Nellis Air Force Base as part of an exercise called Red Flag. Training started Monday and will run...
  • Obama bid to end 'sequestration' spending limits divides Republicans

    President Obama revived his call Thursday to end federal spending limits linked to a last-resort deficit deal reached nearly four years ago, an appeal that fell squarely in the divide between Republicans in Congress who want to rein in costs and those who...
  • Netanyahu blasts Iran over Hezbollah attack at Lebanon border, deadliest since 2006 war

    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Thursday blamed Iran for a deadly flare-up along the Lebanese border, the deadliest escalation on the disputed frontier since the 2006 war between Hezbollah and Israel. The violence erupted Wednesday when...
  • Lebanese Hezbollah hits Israeli army convoy, killing 2 soldiers; Israel strikes border area

    The Lebanese militant Hezbollah group fired a salvo of missiles at an Israeli military convoy in a disputed border area Wednesday, killing two soldiers and triggering deadly clashes that marked the most serious escalation since the sides' 2006 war. The...
  • Boeing handily beats profit estimates

    Boeing handily beats profit estimates
    Chicago-based aerospace and defense giant Boeing on Wednesday reported record revenue on the strength of its commercial airplane business, and its profits exceeded Wall Street expectations. Meanwhile, its CEO on Wednesday attempted to allay fears that...
  • 2 Israeli soldiers dead as fighting flares along Israel-Lebanon border

    JERUSALEM Hezbollah militants in Lebanon fired anti-tank missiles Wednesday at a pair of Israeli army vehicles on the edge of the Israeli-held Golan Heights, killing two soldiers in retaliation for an Israeli strike in Syria that killed six Hezbollah...
  • Woman Killed In Simsbury Crash Was Former Defense Analyst

    SIMSBURY — Police have released the name of a woman killed in a two-car crash Monday. Doris Blake, an East Hartland resident and former defense analyst, died, they said. She had recently turned 51. The crash happened shortly after 3 p.m....
  • Twitter threats lead to Chicago raid, evacuation of 2 Atlanta flights

    Law enforcement officials found no bombs on two planes at Atlanta's main airport after authorities received what they considered credible threats, FBI spokesman Stephen Emmett said. The threats were originally posted to Twitter by @kingZortic. At...
  • Tensions emerge between Iraq, US-led coalition in battle against Islamic State group

    Iraqi commanders heavily dependent on outside support to defeat the Islamic State group are increasingly voicing frustration over the U.S.-led coalition's efforts, complaining of miscommunication, failed deliveries of weapons, inadequate training and...
  • UFO investigations in Maryland get second life in online trove of Air Force documents

    UFO investigations in Maryland get second life in online trove of Air Force documents
    In the summer of 1949, special military investigators and Maryland state troopers descended on an old tobacco farm in Glen Burnie and discovered something bizarre in a rundown barn: "prototypes" of a flying saucer. The rudimentary flying machines were...