US Military Newswire (Page 13)

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  1. McCain vows quick return to WashingtonRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | The Mercury

    ... more than five years of captivity during the Vietnam War. As a lawmaker he has been a strong advocate for the US military as well as being willing to cross the political aisle and work with Democrats. Among Republican lawmakers, he has been one of ...


  2. Gaetz gets early Democratic challengeRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Northwest Florida Daily News

    To secure a seat in Congress, Republican Matt Gaetz had to defeat a savvy military veteran running as a Democrat who was openly critical of what he called Gaetz's radical ideas.


  3. Coast Guard spent $300K searching for man who faked deathRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | The Las Vegas Sun

    The U.S. Coast Guard racked up $311,000 in expenses searching for an Alaska man who faked his own death to avoid going to prison in a sexual assault case, according to federal prosecutors. An indictment released Thursday charges Ryan Meganack, a commercial fisherman and boat captain from Port Graham, with conspiracy and "false distress" for planting evidence that he had been lost at sea while he hid out at a camp in the woods near the fishing village.


  4. F/V Destination wreckage discoveredRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | APRN

    NOAA Ship Fairweather captured this sonar image of the F/V Destination, where it rests on the sea floor near St. George Island. Wreckage from the F/V Destination has been found off St. George Island.


  5. I.F. to honor veterans with air show programRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | Post Register

    The city of Idaho Falls will hold a special VIP Veteran Air Show program , to honor those who served, on Friday. The special event is free for all veterans and one guest, age 18 years or older.


  6. Our Idaho AngelsRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Post Register

    It's another weekend, and just another of the 33 air shows a year for the U.S. Navy's Blue Angels. But for Petty Officer Sam Wiberg and Senior Petty Officer Zachary Goodnight, this weekend's Extreme Blue Thunder Air Show at the Idaho Falls Regional Airport is also a brief return to the state they grew up in.


  7. Defense contractors land more than $700M in projectsRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | World News Report

    A compromise reached in Congress this week again saves the A-10 aircraft from mothballs at Selfridge Air National Guard Base and elsewhere - but allows the U.S. Air Force to put some planes on backup status if they hold up deployment of the new F-35 fighter plane. A new version of the 2015 National Defense Authorization Act drafted by negotiators from the House and Senate armed Here you can find useful examples and description about searching the news archive.


  8. Homeland security secretary says ports a terrorism priorityRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Star Tribune

    U.S. Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly says security at the nation's ports is a top priority to preventing terrorism. Kelly boarded a Coast Guard cutter in Long Beach on Thursday and watched a new unit conduct a demonstration responding to a mock radiological threat.


  9. Santa Clara County Judge Derek Woodhouse diesRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | The Almaden Resident

    Woodhouse had struggled with poor health, including losing his hearing while taking medication for another problem, said fellow Judge Socrates Peter Manoukian. "He was a good man who worked real hard, not withstanding medical issues," Manoukian said.


  10. Halifax Explosion: Diary traces day of disasterRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | The Chronicle Herald

    Dec. 6, 1917, began like any other day for Royal Navy sailor Frank Baker, who joined his shipmates scrubbing the decks of HMCS Acadia in Halifax Harbour. had just drawn soap and powder and the necessary utensils for cleaning paint work when the most awful explosion I ever heard or want to hear again occurred," Baker wrote in his diary.


  11. Colombia marks independence dayRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | Nerve News

    Bogota, July 21 - Colombia on Thursday celebrated 207th anniversary of their country's independence with military parades involving thousands of troops and police officers in Bogota and other cities. The motto of the parades was La paz segura in a reference to the role of the armed forces in keeping order and protecting public institutions after the government signed a peace accord with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia ending more than 50 years of conflict.


  12. Soldiers from Edmonton head for fire zoneRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    Canadian Forces soldiers and vehicles are on their way from Edmonton to Williams Lake today, to help RCMP and firefighters manage the wildfire situation in the B.C. Interior. Army troops are being added to the Royal Canadian Air Force contingent from CFB Comox already helping with operations, using helicopters and cargo aircraft to move equipment to and from fire zones.


  13. Tesla Model 3 Launch Event: What to ExpectRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | The Motley Fool

    With just over a week until the Model 3's final unveiling, here's what Tesla might cover at the important launch event. most important vehicle launch ever is now just over a week away.


  14. Matthew Fisher: Battle for Mosul could be prelude to wider, deadlier Shia-Sunni conflictRead the original story

    15 hrs ago | National Post

    Sunni resentment across the Middle East has only grown with every Shia victory. So does Israeli anxiety at the idea that Tehran may be ascendant Iraqi Shia militias backed by Iran - sometimes even flying the Iranian flag - were the easiest forces to spot and to speak with last December as they mustered on the outskirts of besieged Mosul.


  15. Falling Jeeps, German POWs and other things you might not know about Northwest FloridaRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Northwest Florida Daily News

    There are some things that even longtime residents might not know about our little slice of paradise.


  16. The untold story of the Ritchie BoysRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | MacLeans

    Martin Selling, 24, was undergoing training as a U.S. Army medical orderly in February 1943 and chafing under a Pentagon policy that kept him-a Jewish refugee from Germany and hence an "enemy alien"-away from any combat unit. He'd endured a lot already, including three brutal months in Dachau concentration camp after Kristallnacht in 1938, before finding haven in America.


  17. PennLive's Week in Photos: July 21, 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago |

    Soldiers from a variety of Pennsylvania National Guard commands rappel from UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters as part of the inaugural air assault training course at Fort Indiantown Gap, in Union Township, Lebanon County, Pa., July 20, 2017. U.S. Army air assault school is a 10-day course.


  18. 'No more woe is me': Senator McCain vows quick return to WashingtonRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | The Raw Story

    FILE PHOTO: U.S. Senator John McCain attends a news conference at the Benjamin Franklin Library in Mexico City, Mexico December 20, 2016. REUTERS/Henry Romero/File Photo U.S. Senator John McCain promised on Thursday he would return rapidly to Washington despite his newly diagnosed brain cancer, flashing the fighting spirit that has defined him since he was held in captivity as a Navy pilot during the Vietnam War.


  19. Business HighlightsRead the original story

    15 hrs ago | Washington Times

    This earnings season is off to a good start, and the encouraging run is expected to keep going. Instead of excitement, though, the reaction so far from Wall Street has been more like relief.


  20. Navy Knew Drowning Pool Songs Were Used for Torture, Booked Them at Guantanamo AnywayRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Spin

    In 2003, " Bodies " by Drowning Pool was famously used during the torture of at least one prisoner in the Guantanamo Bay detention camps, as was revealed in a Pentagon report the following year. If you've heard of Drowning Pool or "Bodies," you likely know this-the anecdote is at least as famous as the song itself.