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Air Force, USFWS partner to protect natural, cultural resources

JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-LACKLAND, Texas (AFNS) — Air Force natural and cultural resources are now safer, thanks to a new conservation law enforcement partnership with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The Air Force Civil Engineer Center and USFWS kicked off a joint Conservation Law Enforcement Partnership, or CLEP, this fall, placing six USFWS conservation [...]

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NATO, US Army to conduct air assault ‘forcible entry’ exercise in Lithuania

Capt. Gary Gorrel assigned to the 143rd Airborne Infantry Regiment from Texas, waits for his chinook to arrive, to conduct an air insertion exercise June, 10 2018, with members of the Israeli Defense Forces, the Italian Armed Forces and the Polish Army for exercise Swift Response. Exercise Swift Response 18 was a U.S. Army Europe-led [...]

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The U.S. Army Expects to Field Cyborg Soldiers by 2050

The U.S. Army is trying to forecast what biomedically enhanced technologies could be available by 2050. The tech includes electronically super hearing, muscular control, and telepathic transfer of data. The Army fully expects to equip soldiers with such technologies, but what about the society that invents them? The U.S. Army believes that a range of [...]

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Navistar’s challenge against US Army over vehicle buys hangs in the balance

Without a JA or any other documents justifying another order of vehicles, the Army, on June 28, 2019, announced what it described as the award of a $320 million contract modification for domestic purposes and for foreign military sales for the countries of Argentina, Djibouti, Iraq, Lebanon and Romania. The order was for an estimated [...]

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3 injured after boat strikes N.J. inlet jetty

Three people were injured after a boat struck an inlet jetty in Cape May County, officials say. The crash, involving a 26-foot recreational boat striking a jetty at the Cape May Inlet, happened just after 6 p.m. Tuesday, according to the U.S. Coast Guard. Coast Guard personnel responded to the scene from their nearby station [...]

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Coast Guard helicopter retrieves buoy that washed ashore

As the youth sector representative for the Riverhead Community Coalition for Safe and Drug-Free Youth, Maximilian Solarz said communicating with…Read More Article source: https://riverheadnewsreview.timesreview.com/2019/11/96830/coast-guard-helicopter-retrieves-buoy-that-washed-ashore/

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California boat fire: Conception was exempt from stricter safety rules

The Conception dive boat, on which 34 people died in a Labor Day fire, had been exempted by the U.S. Coast Guard from stricter safety rules designed to make it easier for passengers to escape, documents and interviews by The Times show. The Conception was one of about 325 small passenger vessels built before 1996 [...]

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4,500 Marines, sailors return from deployment in time for Thanksgiving

Thousands of Marines and sailors who deployed to the Middle East and the Indo-Pacific seven months ago, returned to three West Coast Marine Corps bases just in time for Thanksgiving. Service members arrived by amphibious crafts at Camp Pendleton on Tuesday, Nov. 26. Another group of Marines and sailors also returned Tuesday, by aircraft, to [...]

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The U.S. Marines and U.S. Army: Soon to Be Navy-Killers?

U.S. Army soldiers and U.S. Marines need to become ship-killers, one Marine Corps lieutenant argued. With the Chinese and Russian fleets fielding more and better ships and missiles and the U.S. Navy struggling to grow its own fleet, it’s time for American ground troops to contribute to naval battles, 1st Lt. Walker Mills argued in [...]

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US Marines, Japanese Soldiers work with military working dogs

MCAS IWAKUNI, Japan — U.S. Marines with Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron and Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force Soldiers conducted military working dog detection training exercises at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Nov. 21, 2019. JMSDF MWD handlers visit MCAS Iwakuni quarterly for training. The purpose of the training is to give them the opportunity to train [...]

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