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The Smith v. Obama Case Asks the Courts' Opinion on the War Against ISIS

A new lawsuit wrongly asks the U.S. judicial branch to weigh in on the military action against ISIS.

State Department Warns Americans of European Travel Risk

Travel alert says tourists should be wary of public locations and large events, such as the European Soccer Championship.

Two U.S. Navy guided missile destroyers flank a Republic of Korea destroyer during an exercise west of the Korean Peninsula.

Congress’ Acquisition Priorities for the Navy Don’t Match the Threat

The proliferation of ballistic missiles worldwide is extremely troubling.

Clinton Pledges More Job Flexibility, Opportunities for Military Families

The Democratic presidential candidate’s platform aims to help families better weather constant moves and boost support services.

A dozen 2,000-pound joint direct attack munitions sit inside a warehouse at Al Udeid Air Base, Qatar, in December.

The U.S. Military is Raiding its Global Bomb Stockpiles to Fight ISIS

The anti-ISIS coalition has dropped more than 41,500 bombs, leading the Pentagon to borrow from stockpiles in other regions

Boeing's KC-46A conducts tests of aircraft acceleration and vibration exposure while flying in receiver formation at various speeds and altitudes behind either the KC-10 Extender or the KC-135 Stratotanker.

New Air Force Tanker Delayed Because It Can't Refuel Planes

Boeing has eaten $1.3 billion trying to fix their KC-46 Pegasus aerial refueling plane. Now new aircraft, USAF decision to buy more, pushed back months.

Two soldiers from the Syrian army carry a rocket to fire at Islamic State group positions in the province of Raqqa, Syria in February.

Reversing Course on U.S. Soldiers Wearing Kurdish Rebel Insignia

On Thursday, the Defense Department said that in order to blend in, special-operation forces often don the insignia of forces they accompany. On Friday, after Turkey complained, a spokesman called the action “unauthorized and inappropriate.”

Obama lays wreaths at the cenotaph at Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park Friday.

Critics of Obama’s Hiroshima Visit Have Called Him Everything From an Apologist to a 'Lunatic'

North Korea's news agency described the US president as a "nuclear war lunatic."

Surviving Military Spouse Benefit Will Increase Slightly This Fall

The Special Survivor Indemnity Allowance, which will increase $35 to $310 in October, expires at the end of fiscal 2017.

The era is memorialized in the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California.

U.S. Nuclear Operations Are Coordinated Using Old Computers and 8-inch Floppy Disks

The nuclear program runs on the most cutting-edge technology...of 1974.

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