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Unleash the Beast: F-35 Aerial Demo Sends Message to Dogfight Doubters
by By Hope Hodge Seck
An F-35A made history at the Paris Air Show with a demonstration of its ability to square off against any fourth-gen aircraft.
Proposal to Allow Split PCS Moves Wins Pentagon Support
by Amy Bushatz
Top Pentagon officials now support a proposal designed to make the timing of military moves easier on families.
The F-22 Fighter Jet Restart Is Dead: Study
by Oriana Pawlyk
In a classified report, the Air Force estimated it would cost approximately "$50 billion to procure 194 additional F-22s.
Defense Officials Warn of Seoul's Destruction in War With North Korea
by Richard Sisk
The opening round of a war with North Korea would devastate Seoul and be unstoppable.
US Test to Shoot Down Ballistic Missile Fails
by Lucas Tomlinson
Amid the threat of North Korea possibly launching a missile, the latest U.S. effort to test its shoot-down capability failed.
Crime in the Military
Arguments on Troops' Injuries Expected at Bergdahl Hearing This Week
Stars and Stripes
by Corey Dickstein
Prosecutors want to present evidence that a soldier and a Navy SEAL suffered grievous injuries to find Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl.
Trial of Green Beret in Killing to Test Limits of 'Make My Day' Law
The Gazette (Colorado Springs, Colo.)
by LANCE BENZEL
A former Army Green Beret crossed the line into vigilantism when he shot an intruder in the back in his detached garage.
One Person Shot, Wounded at Fort Carson
Fort Carson's public affairs office said officials did not believe a shooter was still active by late afternoon.
1st Service Member in 'Marines United' Probe Faces Court-Martial
by Hope Hodge Seck
After months of investigations, the Marine Corps is getting ready to finalize charges against one service member.
Man Accused of Stealing WWII Dog Tags from National Archives
by Kasey Jones
A historian has been charged with stealing the dog tags of servicemen whose planes crashed in WWII and selling them on eBay.