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38 min ago | The Washington Evening Journal
William E. "Bill" Murray, 78, of Great Falls, Mont., died Saturday, Dec. 21, 2013, of natural causes.
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4 hrs ago | Bury Free Press
As tension increased in the Ukraine six F-15C Eagles left RAF Lakenheath and two KC-135 Stratotankers carrying more than 60 airmen took off from RAF Mildenhall yesterday.
7 hrs ago | Marshfield News-Herald
The Army is the biggest loser in the Pentagon's slimmed-down budget. It looks to shed 100,000 soldiers in coming years.
Officials have named the F-35A "Lightning II" as the 2014 featured aircraft for the Air Force Marathon.
While the proposed defense budget calls for reducing the Air Force's C-130 fleet, Montana's newest flying mission is safe for now.
After years of testing aspects like noise, socioeconomics and air quality, the environmental assets team at Eglin Air Force Base came up with eight different alternatives of where to store up to 26 new F-35 Joint Strike Fighters and which runways they'll use.
Move over, Ellen. This picture a Danish fighter pilot snapped of himself as he launched a missile clearly claimed the title of "Best Selfie Ever" long before Ellen DeGeneres ever directed Bradley Cooper into position for her record-breaking Oscar selfie .
Marine Lance Cpl. Paul Shupert, 22, waits to be carried off the C-17 after its arrival at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland.
Fort Wayne's Air National Guard base would go back to flying F-16 fighter jets under the fiscal 2015 federal budget proposed Tuesday by the Obama administration.
In a flexing of U.S. military muscle, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel on Wednesday dispatched six F-15 aircraft to patrol the skies over Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania as the Ukraine crisis entered its fifth day.
A cybersecurity entrepreneur and Air Force officer from Altoona is running for the Iowa House.
With President Barack Obama and Prime Minister David Cameron getting in on the act at Nelson Mandela's funeral, it seems selfies have taken over the world An F-16 fighter pilot took the selfie craze to dizzying heights this week with a shot of him mid-air firing a missile - and it's a firm contender for best selfie ever taken.
A colonel retired from an Air National Guard unit at Pittsburgh International Airport has been arrested on charges he created a no-show military job for a civilian contractor who helped him receive additional pay for days he didn't work.
An F-16 fighter pilot has taken the selfie craze to dizzy heights after capturing the perfect moment a MISSILE was fired.
Daily News Photo by LINDA MORLAND Two V.I. National Guard airmen of the 285th Civil Engineering Squadron are honored at a deployment ceremony Saturday.
Some major local military operations - the F-35 program and special operations forces, for example - appear to be largely untouched by the Pentagon's proposed budget cuts, but force reduction measures and degradation of military benefits still will have an effect on local service members.