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U.S.-led Coalition Support to Continue After Raqqa Liberation, Official Says - The Syrian Democratic Forces Oct. 20 liberation of Raqqa, Syria, exposed the Islamic State of Iraq and Syrias lies and cowardice and the evil of its ideology, Army Maj. Gen. James B. Jarrard, commander of Special Operations Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve, told Pentagon reporters today.

Officials Detail DoD Support During Unprecedented Hurricane Season - Defense Department officials told the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee yesterday how DoD has supported federal, state and local officials in responding to the unprecedented series of hurricanes this year.

America in Danger of Losing Lead in AI - Artificial intelligence is the new frontier, and the Defense Department must invest in this breakthrough or be in danger of not being competitive in the future, said Eric Schmidt, the chairman of the Defense Innovation Board, during a discussion at the Center for a New American Security today.

Trilateral Cooperation Needed to Combat North Korean Threat - The world is united against North Korea nuclear and missile threats and nations are working together to counter the dangers of Kim Jong Uns ambitions, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said Oct. 29 following the trilateral military meeting with South Korean and Japanese leaders.

South Korean Troops on DMZ Ready - South Korean and American troops on and near the Demilitarized Zone separating North and South Korea are ready, well-supplied, well-trained and prepared, the senior enlisted advisor to the chairman said following a visit over the weekend.

Corps of Engineers Assesses Generators in U.S. Virgin Islands - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers 249th Engineer Battalion and the Corps Tulsa District power team are working together to provide U.S. Virgin Island facility generator owners with assessments to guide and assist them with the future maintenance generators.

Looming Humanitarian Crisis in Congo - Some 3.2 million people in the Democratic Republic of Congo conflict-ravaged south-central Greater Kasai region are severely food insecure, struggling to feed themselves and in urgent need of assistance, the head of the United Nations food relief agency warned Monday.

Bioenvironmental Technicians Keep Guam Base Safe - On the isolated Pacific island of Guam, protecting the limited natural resources and establishing a safe working environment is essential to mission success.

Sailors Bring Smiles to Children at Sri Lanka Hospital - Sailors from the Nimitz Carrier Strike Group and members of the U.S. Embassy in Sri Lanka visited children at Lady Ridgeway Hospital here during a port visit yesterday.

Officials Provide Details of Latest Strikes Against ISIS - U.S. and coalition military forces have continued to attack the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, conducting 11 strikes consisting of 17 engagements in recent days, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials reported today.

Hurricane Maria Hits Home for Nimitz Sailor - For many sailors aboard the deployed aircraft carrier USS Nimitz, Hurricane Maria hit close to home. But for one Nimitz sailor, it literally hit home.

UN Stresses Need for all Parties to Facilitate Humanitarian Work in Yemen - At the end of a five-day mission to conflict-torn Yemen, the United Nations humanitarian chief on Saturday stressed the need for more funding and better humanitarian access to help the population in need.

Ethiopia Begins Civil Registration for Refugees - In an historic first, starting Friday, all refugees in Ethiopia will be able to register their vital life events, including birth, death, marriage and divorce, directly with national authorities, the United Nations refugee agency announced.

UN Atomic Chief Says Iran Implementing Nuclear-related Commitments - Visiting Iran, the head of the United Nations atomic energy agency on Sunday reiterated that the commitments undertaken by the country under the nuclear accord of 2015 are being implemented.

Mattis: U.S. Will Not Accept Nuclear-Armed North Korea - Defense Secretary Jim Mattis reiterated that the United States will not accept a nuclear-armed North Korea.

U.S. Official Salutes South Korea's Very Strong Military - The South Korean military is among the best in the world, and it is the largest part of the force that will fight, tonight if North Korea attacks, said a U.S. Forces Korea official speaking on background.

Power Restoration Remains Top Concern In Puerto Rico - Power restoration remains the No. 1 priority in Hurricane Maria-ravaged U.S. territories Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands, Defense Department spokesman Army Lt. Col Jamie Davis said today.

Mattis Visits DMZ - Standing in the Demilitarized Zone with South Korean Defense Minister Song Young-moo, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said the visit portrays in strong terms the difference between North Korea and South Korea.

Joint Base Charleston Becomes Supply Center for Hurricane Maria Recovery - Joint Base Charleston has been established as the central hub and reception area for disaster relief supplies as part of sustained efforts in rebuilding Puerto Rico in the wake of Hurricane Maria.

Officials Release Details of Latest Strikes Against ISIS Terrorists in Syria, Iraq - U.S. and coalition military forces continued to attack the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria yesterday, conducting 10 strikes consisting of 18 engagements, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials reported today.

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