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Is It Time to Get Rid of the U.S. Air Force?

Click here to read the full article. Here’s What You Need To Remember: The creation of the Air Force broke apart the organic unity of the Army. More From The National Interest:  Where World War III Could Start This Year How the F-35 Stealth Fighter Almost Never Happened  Russia Has Missing Nuclear Weapons Sitting on the [...]

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Air Force Surgeon General authorizes 5-year shaving waivers

By Air Force Surgeon General Public Affairs / Published June 23, 2020 Staff Sgt. Antoine, 13th Intelligence Squadron intelligence analyst, raises his head as Lt. Col. David Gregory, 9th Medical Group flight surgeon chief of medical staff, inspects his neck and face during a shaving waiver course at Beale Air Force Base, Calif., March 15, [...]

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AFLCMC acquires new Air Force handgun > US Air Force > Article Display

By Brian Brackens, Air Force Life Cycle Management Center Public Affairs / Published June 22, 2020 The Air Force Security Forces Center, in partnership with the Air Force Small Arms Program Office, has begun fielding the new M18 Modular Handgun System to Security Forces units. The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center’s Small Arms Program [...]

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US Army, Air Force hope to identify new remains after Operation Colony Glacier 2020

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) – Operation Colony Glacier was launched after an Alaska National Guard test flight in 2012 spotted the debris of a C-124 Globemaster II. That aircraft was later identified as the one that crashed in 1952, killing all 52 service members on board. Every year, a team of U.S. Army and Air Force [...]

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U.S. Army Black Daggers put on parachute demonstration for frontline heroes in Duluth

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US Army holding its first virtual campaign to hire 10000 new soldiers

DAVENPORT, Iowa (KWQC) – The U.S. Army is holding its nationwide hiring campaign aiming to hire 10,000 new soldiers. This will be the first time the three-day event will be held virtually. Recruiters, Army soldiers, civilians, family members and veterans in the Quad Cities will be able to participate on June 30 to July 2. [...]

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Coast Guard Cutter Vigilant (WMEC-617) Returns Home After 40-Day Western Caribbean Counter-Drug Patrol

The Coast Guard Cutter Vigilant (WMEC-617) crew returns home to Cape Canaveral, Wednesday, following a 40-day counter-drug patrol in the Western Caribbean. During their patrol, the Vigilant’s crew participated in a four-day multi-national counter narcotics joint operation with the Armed Forces of Honduras and later worked with the Colombian Navy in the interdictions of three [...]

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Plans for sunken boat remain murky; state says salvage and Coast Guard says maybe not

TRAVERSE CITY — The final fate of a motorboat that recently sank in West Grand Traverse Bay remains unknown. State authorities said the vessel needs to be salvaged from the bottomlands of Lake Michigan or fines may be assessed, while federal military officials said it’s unclear whether recovery will be even required because of where [...]

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Destroyer Preble and Coast Guard detachment seize cocaine worth $40 million in counter-narcotics deployment

The guided-missile destroyer Preble and a U.S. Coast Guard law enforcement detachment recovered more than $40 million worth of cocaine during a just concluded counter-narcotics deployment to U.S. 4th Fleet , according to the Navy. That equals a total of 100 bales of suspected cocaine — or 2,000 kilograms — seized in the 4th Fleet’s [...]

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Bataan Amphibious Ready Group Marine Expeditionary Unit aviation assets conduct live-fire

BIZE, Albania — U.S. Marine Corps UH-1Y Venoms and AH-1W Super Cobras assigned to the 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit and attached to the Bataan Amphibious Ready Group participated in a live-fire training exercise in Bize, Albania, June 22, 2020. The exercise was planned alongside Albanian allied forces and consisted of aviation ordnance-delivery training aimed at [...]

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