U.S. Businesses Warned of Risks of Involvement in South Sudan

That nation’s extended transitional government is violating human rights. The Departments of Labor, State, and Commerce jointly issued an advisory cautioning American businesses and individuals about the increasing…

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Indo-Pacific Command Holds 25th Annual Defence Conference

U.S. and Fiji co-hosted a gathering of 27 countries. The United States Indo-Pacific Command jointly hosted the 25th annual Chiefs of Defence Conference (CHODs) for three days, joining…

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Joint Chiefs Chair to Visit Israel

The U.S. has concerns about Israel’s judicial reforms movement.  Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mark Milley will be going to Israel next week to assess first-hand…

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Navy Deploys Carrier Strike Group Near Taiwan 

A nuclear attack submarine is part of the group.  The U.S. Navy has again positioned a carrier strike group led by the USS Ronald Reagan in the waters…

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U.S. Navy Monitors Russia China Exercises Off Alaska 

The ships did not enter U.S. territorial waters. U.S. Navy destroyers monitored a flotilla of 11 Russian and Chinese ships conducting exercises for several off the coast of…

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Aviation Industry Taps Military Vets to Fill Job Openings

Airlines continue to experience pilot shortages. The U.S. aviation industry is facing a continued shortage of qualified pilots to fill ever-increasing job openings. The U.S. Bureau of Labor…

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U.S. Sending F-16s to Protect Shipping in Middle East 

Pentagon also considers increasing other military presence in the region. The U.S. Defense Department announced it is increasing its use of fighter jets to stop Iranians from seizing…

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Senate Bill Seeks to Keep U.S. in NATO

Unilateral presidential withdrawal would be prohibited.  A bipartisan group of senators has revived legislation proposing measures to prevent U.S. presidents from withdrawing from NATO without Senate approval. Senators…

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USAF Phasing Out Bonus Pay for Certain Special Duty Assignments

The branch is looking to reshape its incentive programs. The U.S. Air Force plans to rework its special duty assignment pay program in fiscal year 2024. While more…

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Defense Department to Launch Pre-K School Program in Japan

Program at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni expands access to early education in Defense Department schools. The Department of Defense has announced a pre-kindergarten program will open at…

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