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Six members of a Long Island-based Air National Guard unit are receiving one of the U.S. military's highest awards for heroism for a rescue mission a year ago in Afghanistan.
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Over the next three years, six crews of the Royal Australian Air Force will train to fly the new EA-18G Growler at Whidbey Island Naval Air Station.
Nelson Mandela, who became one of the world's most beloved statesmen and a colossus of the 20th century when he emerged from 27 years in prison to negotiate an end to white minority rule in South Africa, has died.
John Dennis Apel speaks outside the Supreme Court on Wednesday, after oral arguments in his case.
Services are set for a southwestern Illinois man who was working as a civilian aircraft mechanic in Afghanistan when he was killed by what his brother said was a rocket explosion at a U.S. air base.
Despite what opponents thought would happen, the repeal two years ago of "Don't Ask Don't Tell," the law that kept gay men and lesbians from openly serving in the military, has not resulted in HIV infection increasing.
Critics of the agreement with Iran concerning its nuclear program are right about most things but wrong about the most important things.
Walker dismissed Taylor Palmisano as his campaign's deputy finance director Tuesday.
The pair own MedCity Hovercraft, a hovercraft tour and training company, and took two of their vehicles to the partially frozen Albert Lea Lake.
The Supreme Court seems likely to reinstate the trespassing conviction of a man who was caught protesting military activities in a zone designated for demonstrators outside the main gate at a California air force base.
The 4th Battlefield Coordination Detachment on Wednesday bids farewell to Col. Benjamin M. Matthews and welcomes Col.
Speakers told lawmakers Tuesday night there are many more holes in the state's CPS agency than just the current crisis.
Nigeria's military is recommending immediate trial for 500 suspected extremist militants and the president is promising an economic boost for the northeast region confronting an Islamic uprising.
What does one do when a military base in Guam has a Brown Tree Snake problem? The obvious: Drop 2000 dead mice loaded with poison.
A new communications satellite that has both public and government applications has been launched into space aboard a private rocket.
The North American Aerospace Defense Command 's popular Track Santa program is back for 2013, but the news that St. Nick will be getting fighter jet escorts isn't going over well with everyone, with some child advocates speaking out against the move, the Boston Globe reported.