U.S. Military Satellite Communications Transferred to Space Force

It is the first time communication functions have been consolidated under one service. The U.S. Army announced that they will be transferring some of their satellite operations to…

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Report Finds DHS Lacked Volunteers for Afghan Evacuation

Government watchdog group publishes effectiveness report. Last week, a government watchdog published a report covering the details of the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) management of Operation Allies…

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Bill Would Prohibit Chinese Purchases of U.S. Land

Bill’s sponsor says the U.S. cannot give “top adversary a foot in the door.” Alabama Senator Tommy Tuberville introduced a bill to prohibit members of the Chinese Communist…

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Pentagon Will Treat Wounded Ukraine Troops

They will use a U.S. military hospital in Germany.  The Pentagon announced Tuesday that it had formally approved a plan in late June to help treat wounded Ukrainian…

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Some Legislators Still Trying to Close Guantanamo Bay

Efforts to shut down the facility have failed to gain adequate support. Last month, majority members of the House advanced legislation with the intent to close the Guantanamo…

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U.S. Responds to North Korea with Military Exercise

Air defense drills have intensified. The U.S. military organized air defense artillery exercises in the Yellow Sea on Tuesday from one of its bases in South Korea. U.S.…

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F-22 Fighter Jets Sent to UAE

U.S. response to Houthi rebel missile attacks. Yemeni Houthi rebels targeted the United Arab Emirates with multiple missile attacks in late January and early February, a recent outgrowth…

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Thousands of Afghan Refugees Still at U.S. Bases

President’s administration wants Congress to pass the Afghan Adjustment Act to facilitate transition of evacuees. Months after the evacuation of Afghan refugees from their country, roughly 45,000 are…

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Afghan Evacuees Prematurely Leaving U.S. Bases

“It’s a giant can of worms,” said one immigration official. Hundreds of Afghan evacuees are leaving U.S. military base housing before receiving U.S. resettlement services.  A number of…

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Senate Panel Votes to Change Base Names

Administration unwilling to erase nation’s heritage. On Wednesday, the Senate Armed Services Committee approved an amendment to Congress’ annual defense policy bill that would require the Defense Department…

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