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  • Roar of bombers replaced by drone buzz in North Dakota

    The roar of mammoth Air Force bombers and tanker planes has long been silenced at the Grand Forks Air Force Base, but backers of the nation's first unmanned aircraft business park say the drones are creating a buzz. Construction on the Grand Sky...
  • Shiite rebels call for Yemen offensive; US troops evacuate

    Yemen's Shiite rebels issued a call to arms Saturday to battle forces loyal to the country's embattled president, as U.S. troops were evacuating a southern air base crucial to America's drone strike program after al-Qaida militants seized a nearby city....
  • Shiite rebels call for Yemen offensive; U.S. troops evacuate

    Shiite rebels call for Yemen offensive; U.S. troops evacuate
    Yemen's Shiite rebels issued a call to arms Saturday to battle forces loyal to the country's embattled president, as U.S. troops were evacuating a southern air base crucial to America's drone strike program after al-Qaida militants seized a nearby city....
  • Navy wants Virginia class submarines to pack more punch

    Navy wants Virginia class submarines to pack more punch
    The Navy wants to add more firepower to its Virginia class submarines, which represent an important chunk of business for Newport News Shipbuilding. Some lawmakers like the idea a lot, and the Navy is now studying whether to accelerate the timetable....
  • Armed with GPS kits, U.S. crew puts the 'smart' in smart bombs

    Armed with GPS kits, U.S. crew puts the 'smart' in smart bombs
    Coalition warplanes have dropped more than 10,200 so-called "smart bombs" since President Obama authorized the air war on Islamic State targets in Iraq and Syria last summer. The use of such “joint direct attack munitions,” the U.S. military...
  • Cruise lines stop Tunisia visits after museum attack

    Two cruise lines suspended visits to Tunisia on Thursday after 17 passengers from their ships were killed in the museum attack, delivering an immediate economic blow to the North African country. Passengers of Mediterranean cruise lines Costa Crociere...
  • Japanese police arrest suspect in US Embassy bomb threats

    Japanese police said they arrested a man on Thursday accused of making bomb threats against the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo, and media reports said he is also a possible suspect in recent death threats against Ambassador Caroline Kennedy. Tokyo police arrested...
  • US woman accused of supplying terrorists appears in court

    An Illinois woman who federal investigators say helped five other Bosnian immigrants funnel money and military supplies to terror groups in Iraq and Syria made her first court appearance Thursday in Missouri after being arrested in Germany. Jasminka...
  • Navy: Aircraft carrier Gerald R. Ford on target for delivery despite delay in key system

    Navy: Aircraft carrier Gerald R. Ford on target for delivery despite delay in key system
    The aircraft carrier Gerald R. Ford remains on track for delivery to the Navy in March 2016 despite a key system that is two years behind schedule, a top Navy official said Thursday. The advanced arresting gear, which will catch aircraft that land on the...
  • French carrier in Gulf lends support to anti-IS mission

    With an allied American aircraft carrier not far away, Rafale and Super Etendard fighter jets catapult off this nuclear-powered symbol of French naval fortitude to attack Islamic State group positions hundreds of miles northwest in Iraq. The Charles de...
  • Russia says drills prove ability to quickly deploy forces

    The Russian military has proven its capability to quickly deploy large forces to far-flung areas during massive war games that have spread from the nation's western border to the Pacific, the defense minister said Wednesday. The show of military might...