Russian government officials have asked the U.S. for help in detecting and dismantling improvised explosive devices at the upcoming Winter Olympics in Sochi.
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs Gen. Martin Dempsey received the request while discussing a variety of security… Full Story
A last-minute U.N. invitation for Iran to join this week’s Syria peace talks threw the long-awaited Geneva conference into doubt Monday, forcing U.N. chief Ban Ki-moon to rescind his offer under intense U.S. pressure after the opposition threatened to boycott.… Full Story
Lawmakers meeting with military recruiting officials on Thursday said they support efforts to open up the armed services to men and women who were brought into the country illegally, but as children.
Reps. Mike Coffman, R-Colo., and Jeff Denham, R-Calif.,… Full Story
People who survive six months or longer after suffering traumatic brain injuries continue to remain at risk for premature death long after their injury, according to a study published Wednesday by the American Medical Association.
The risk of premature death… Full Story
WASHINGTON – The weekend deal spelling out how Iran will roll back its nuclear program in exchange for sanctions relief buttresses the Obama administration’s argument Tehran may be prepared for a grand diplomatic compromise averting the potential for war. But… Full Story
It’s a typical weekday afternoon and about half a dozen men sit around the bar in the social quarters at American Legion Post 160 in Smyrna.
As they enter the dark room, visitors are immediately hit with the pungent, lingering… Full Story
The Navy’s USS Freedom conducted several operational patrol missions in the South China Sea while on a 32,000-mile, 10-month long maiden deployment through the Pacific region, service officials said.
As a first-in-class vessel, the USS Freedom or Littoral Combat… Full Story
Fifty years ago today, a 10-ton Wright-Patterson Air Force base RB-57 jet’s crash to the ground caused a window to be blown out of Beavercreek High School.
“There was a loud boom. It hit, bounced and rolled over. I saw… Full Story
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Analysis/Review from Strategypage.com:
“Prof. Blood, formerly of the University of Aachen , opens Hitler’s Bandit Hunters by discussing the differences between “bandenbekämpfung — anti-bandit… Full Story
1940: Germans bomb Buckingham Palace:
German war planes dropped five bombs on Buckingham Palace and its grounds today, destroying the Palace chapel. This bombing was not the palace’s first; two days earlier, the palace was also hit by German bombs… Full Story