WASHINGTON — The House on Tuesday voted unanimously to allow military travelers on official duty to get a special preference to move through airport security checks faster.
One South Dakota town is celebrating the formation of a new Vietnam Veterans of America chapter.
BRUSSELS (AP) — EU defense ministers are considering whether to pool and share military resources as austerity measures due to the European debt crisis bite into national defense budgets, officials said Wednesday.
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FORT HOOD, Texas — A military judge was expected to rule Wednesday on whether the government should pay for two defense experts on behalf of an Army psychiatrist charged in the Fort Hood shooting rampage.
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