WASHINGTON — Think for a moment about the emotional seesaw of someone who has lost a loved one in Iraq and hears that the war is about to end.
TUCSON, Ariz. — Jose Guerena Ortiz was sleeping after an exhausting 12-hour night shift at a copper mine. His wife, Vanessa, had begun breakfast. Their 4-year-old son, Joel, asked to watch cartoons.
CAMP FOSTER, Okinawa — A Kadena airman has pleaded guilty to fatally stabbing a fellow squadron member in order to avoid the death penalty, according to a military judge in charge of the case.
Tensions among Pakistan, Afghanistan and the United States jumped a notch Monday, with Pakistan’s prime minister warning there would be “no more business as usual” with Washington after NATO aircraft killed two dozen Pakistan troops.
KARACHI, Pakistan — Tension between Pakistan and the United States over a U.S. air strike that killed 24 Pakistani soldiers grew Sunday as the two sides offered widely disparate accounts of what might have taken place.
WASHINGTON — A new report on civilian ties to the military puts numbers to what top military leaders have been a lamenting for years: The American public is largely disconnected from its fighting force.
NORFOLK — Three Navy amphibious ships that left Norfolk ahead of schedule in March are set to stay at sea into February, which would make their cruise the longest ship deployment in decades.
WASHINGTON – Military dogs get homesick too.
At least that’s what the folks at MoveAmericaForward.org believe. Officials from the conservative action group this week are sending two dozen care packages to military mutts serving in Afghanistan, in an effort to show appreciation for the work they and their handlers perform in the war effort.
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