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South Asia Strategy Already Paying Off in Afghanistan - Government forces are developing momentum that will mean a very bad fighting season for the Taliban and other enemies of Afghanistan, Air Force Brig. Gen. Lance Bunch told Pentagon reporters today.

Trump Signs Fiscal Year 2018 Defense Authorization - President Donald J. Trump signed the fiscal year 2018 National Defense Authorization Act into law during a White House ceremony today.

Recruiter Flies Around Remote Alaska to Fill Army Ranks - As a new recruiter working remote Alaskan villages scattered across an area larger than many U.S. states, Army Sgt. 1st Class Robert Masterman was on a path to defeat.

Small Army Post Supports Counterterrorism Fight in Africa - At an Army outpost in a sun-scorched area of northern Cameroon, there's a small task force with larger implications than its size may suggest.

Iraqi, Syrian Democratic Forces Destroy ISIS Caliphate - While Iraqi security forces and Syrian Democratic Forces have destroyed the idea of an Islamic State of Iraq and Syria Caliphate, much work remains to be done against the terror group, Pentagon spokesman Army Col. Robert Manning said today.

Inherent Resolve Strikes Target ISIS in Syria, Iraq - U.S. and coalition military forces continued to attack the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria over the last three days, conducting 14 strikes consisting of 27 engagements, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials reported today.

Not Enough Being Done to Shield Civilians from Violence in Somalia - The armed conflict in Somalia continues to exact a heavy toll on civilians, damaging infrastructure and livelihoods, displacing millions of people, and impeding access to humanitarian relief for communities in need, according to a United Nations report launched today in the countrys capital, Mogadishu.

UN: Make Digital World Safer for Children - Governments and the private sector have not kept up with the game-changing pace of digital technologies, exposing children to new risks and harms - both on and offline - and leaving millions of the most disadvantaged behind, the United Nations Childrens Fund said Monday in a new report.

AF Awards Recognize Pilot Excellence - With a continued focus on solving the pilot retention problem and maintaining air dominance, Air Force senior leaders look to celebrate the culture and flying expertise of their pilots.

Double take: Brothers' Bond Extends Far Beyond Twin Upbringing - It is well known that twins share a unique bond that transcends other sibling relationships. Its common for twins to live, work and recreate within close proximity to each other throughout their lives.

Black Knights Squeak Past Midshipmen in Army-Navy Game - In a day dominated by tradition, the only one that really counted was Army sang second.

UN Middle East Envoy Warns of Risk of Violent Escalation After US Decision on Jerusalem - Wednesdays decision by United States President Donald Trump recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel has been widely welcomed in Israel but it has also caused much anger among Palestinians and anxiety across the Middle East and beyond, the United Nations envoy on the regions peace process told ta special Security Council meeting on Friday.

UN: Genocide Should Not be Part of our Present or our Future - The United Nations office that coordinates efforts on genocide prevention has launched an appeal for Member States to ratify the 1948 genocide convention by the end of 2018 if they haven't done so.

Airstrikes Kill 5 al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula Members in Yemen - U.S. airstrikes killed five al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula operatives in Yemens al-Bayda governorate Nov. 20, in an effort to disrupt the terrorists attack networks, according to a U.S. Central Command news release issued today.

UN Security Council Holds Special Meeting on Middle East - The United Nations Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process, Nickolay Mladenov, will brief the Security Council today on the situation in the region following Wednesdays announcement by President Donald Trump that the United States would officially recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

Military Strikes Continue Against ISIS Terrorists in Syria, Iraq - U.S. and coalition military forces have continued to attack the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, conducting 18 strikes consisting of 40 engagements against ISIS terrorists in Syria between Dec. 4 and yesterday, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials reported today.

Strong-Willed Soldier Gives Cancer the Boot - Described as strong, smart, driven and determined -- one would be surprised to find Army Spc. Courtney Jones doesnt don a Wonder Woman costume, but she displays her red, white and blue human spirit through the Army uniform she wears.

Pentagon Announces Troop Levels in Iraq, Syria - The United States has about 5,200 troops in Iraq and 2,000 in Syria, and those numbers are trending down, Pentagon officials said here today.

DoD Urges Congress to Pass FY18 Budget - The Pentagon urged Congress to pass the Fiscal Year 2018 Defense Appropriations Bill before the current continuing resolution expires on Friday.

Guard Troops Were Training When Japanese Attacked Pearl Harbor - We recognize today as the 76th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii and as the beginning of a long and hard military struggle for the United States and its allies.

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