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  • Correction: National Guardsmen-Arms Dealing story

    In a story April 15 about illegal gun sales, The Associated Press, relying on information from the U.S. attorney's office in San Diego, erroneously reported the affiliation of two defendants. They were members of the National Guard, not U.S. Army...
  • Iraqi prime minister caught between U.S. and Iran

    Iraqi Prime Minister Haider Abadi found himself caught between his government's two most important allies - the United States and Iran - during his four day-visit in Washington. Abadi's trip was intended to shore up U.S. military support for the...
  • Bible stories and thrillers make Morocco filming choice

    "QUIET!" The cry rings out in English, French and Arabic across the cobblestoned streets of Jerusalem, as filming begins for a scene in the series "A.D. The Bible Continues." But while the arched doorways, balconies and furnishings all say Roman-era...
  • Marine helicopter is forced to land on California beach

     Marine helicopter is forced to land on California beach
    A huge Marine Corps helicopter made an emergency landing on a Southern California beach on Wednesday, bringing no damages or injuries but leaving an unforgettable spectacle for surrounding swimmers and sunbathers. The CH-53E Super Stallion landed on the...
  • Islamic State group takes 3 Iraqi villages, presses into Ramadi after Tikrit loss

    IRBIL, Iraq Two weeks after a critical victory at Tikrit, where a combination of U.S. airstrikes, government troops and Shiite Muslim militias overwhelmed an Islamic State force that had held the city for nearly a year, the Iraqi government faced a new...
  • Roadside bombing kills officer in Egypt's restive Sinai

    An Egyptian army official says an armored military vehicle struck a roadside bomb during a raid on militant hideouts in northern Sinai Peninsula and the explosion killed one officer and wounded another. The official says Thursday's bombing took place...
  • Iraq's Tikrit, free of the Islamic State, is a city in ruins

    In Iraq's Tikrit, liberation from the Islamic State group comes at a heavy price, both in loss of life and in the sheer devastation the militants leave in their wake. Much of Tikrit, Saddam Hussein's hometown and once a bustling city north of Baghdad,...
  • Huntington Ingalls exec gets Navy League award

    Huntington Ingalls exec gets Navy League award
    A Norfolk-based frigate seized nearly $34 million in drugs and detained eight people in a joint anti-smuggling operation with the U.S. Coast Guard and Royal Canadian Navy, the U.S. Navy said this week. The USS Kauffman deployed from Norfolk in January...
  • Only Newport News Shipbuilding makes aircraft carriers, so how can the Navy increase competition?

     Only Newport News Shipbuilding makes aircraft carriers, so how can the Navy increase competition?
    As the Navy's top uniformed officer, Adm. Jonathan Greenert said he regularly checks on the Ford-class aircraft carrier program underway at Newport News Shipbuilding. Among his many questions, one is always the same: What will it take to reduce cost?...
  • Japan scrambling warplanes as often as during Cold War era

    Japan's government said Wednesday that the number of scrambles by the country's warplanes has surged in recent years to levels nearly matching the Cold War era amid growing activity by China and Russia in the region. The Self Air-Defense Force...
  • Bomb kills 2 Egypt Military Academy students in Nile Delta

    An Egyptian official says a roadside bomb has exploded in a Nile Delta city, killing two Military Academy students and wounding five other people. Kafr el-Sheikh provincial governor Osama Wahid says the two were killed as they were driving near a...