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Last week the Palm Center's Transgender Military Service Commission concluded that "there is no compelling medical rationale for banning transgender military service, and that eliminating the ban would advance a number of military interests, including enabling commanders to better care for their service members."
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Michael Brumble and Constance Hogland were married Feb. 8, 1964, at St. Rita's Catholic Church in Portland, Ore.
The Air Force plans to cut its entire fleet of 236 A-10s between fiscal years 2015 and 2019 - 107 Warthogs from National Guard bases in Idaho, Michigan, Maryland and Indiana.
Brian M. Burkett Air National Guard Airman 1st Class Brian M. Burkett graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio.
NATO partners 'remain critically important for stability and peace, not just in Europe,' said Gen.
Protesters from across the country rallied in Des Moines on Saturday against the U.S. military's drone warfare.
Fronius USA, LLC , a subsidiary of Fronius International GmbH and manufacturer of welding equipment has recently promoted Mark Carter to the new Area Sales Manager for Minnesota and North Dakota.
If you've ever flown before or seen a military aircraft, you probably don't think twice about the paint job.
Ben Louden leaned back in his seat, both hands lightly on the W-shaped control yoke of the KC-135 Stratotanker under his command.
17, 2013, at Beale Air Force Base, Calif. The Air Force will spend $1.9 billion over 10 years to have Global Hawks take over the U-2 mission.
US lawmakers pressed for a robust defence of Taiwan, voicing alarm over Pentagon plans to defund upgrades of the island's fighter jets as part of budget cuts.
Steve Berg, one of the organizers of the new Grass Strip Chapter of the Experimental Aircraft Association, stands next to one of his aircraft at Berg Aerodrome.
The Pentagon's decision to retire the entire U.S. fleet of popular A-10 "Warthog" aircraft is painful but necessary as the military is forced to save money now to develop tomorrow's weapons, Air Force leaders said on Friday.
Maj. Justin Robinson flies the 56th Operations Group flagship F-16 Fighting Falcon as he escorts Luke Air Force Base's first F-35 Lightning II to the base March 10, 2014.
Chris Grimsley, 560th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron sheet metal worker, removes the last remaining bolts which held the C-130H nose and fuselage together.
U.S. Northern Command boss Gen. Chuck Jacoby said he's concerned that proposed cuts at Peterson Air Force Base could hurt aerial firefighting efforts.