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Last evening, the United States Air Force awarded GOBankingRates' San Antonio-based client Air Force Federal Credit Union the distinction of 2013 Credit Union of the Year in the "less than $1 billion in assets" category at the Defense Credit Union Council Annual Conference in Dallas.
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Royal Trolley Tours and Signature Tours will also provide a free trolley transportation service from four locations: the Pentagon City Metro, the corner of Army-Navy Drive at the South Joyce Street ART Bus stop 42/87, the Southgate Road parking area, and on the corner of Orme Street and Columbia Pike near the Sheraton Pentagon City Hotel.
Graveside services with full military honors, for James L. Albright, Sr., 79, of Cadiz, will be held at 11 a.m. on Friday, Aug. 29, 2014, at Greenhill Memorial Gardens in Hopkinsville.
From the cockpit, Maj. Joseph Barney watched tracer bullets and firefights on the dark Iraqi landscape far below as he and other Charlotte-based airmen flew to Mount Sinjar to drop food and water to starving refugees stranded there.
The first Briton to have contracted the deadly Ebola virus has been given the experimental drug ZMapp, the London hospital where he is being treated said on Tuesday, two days after he was brought back from West Africa.
The B-17, known as the definitive "Flying Fortress," is one of the most celebrated and fierce Air Force bombers to fly during World War II.
The Air Force Association is proud to announce the addition of Major General Mark A. Barrett, USAF as Executive Vice President to serve as the number two senior staff executive under President Craig McKinley.
Former NASA astronaut Steven R. Nagel, who served as a mission specialist on his first space shuttle flight, pilot on his second and commanded his final two, died Aug. 21 after a long illness.
A Republic of Singapore Air Force Boeing F-15SG Eagle takes off from Royal Australian Air Force Base Darwin, Australia during Exercise Pitch Black, August 2014 toting a practice GBU-38 Joint Direct Attack Munition .
Georgia Republicans on Capitol Hill have succeeded in saving a military base from the chopping block by awarding it a new mission: training Afghan bomber pilots to rain fire and steel from the sky on U.S. soil.
The alphabet soup that is the military is most visible in the ships and aircraft that we see among America's armed forces.
Military members married to other military members should not both receive basic allowance for housing if they are living in the same house, Randy Marquart says.
The HARM Control Section Modification is more precise and accurate, which reduces potential collateral damage.
In the aftermath of President Barack Obama lifting a ban on allowing Libyans to train as pilots in the United States, Libyan Islamic terrorists belonging to the group Fajr Libya boasted on Saturday that they invaded and took control of the Tripoli International Airport .
When military or humanitarian resources have to be moved anywhere in the world quickly, it is the Golden Bears of Travis Air Force Base's active duty and Reserve squadrons who get them there.
The U.S. Air Force plans to revive its controversial push to retire the A-10 fighter jet in the face of fierce opposition from lawmakers.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 06:27 am
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