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Airman Returns to San Antonio to Train Next Generation - As a basic trainee, Air Force Senior Airman Robert Allore completed his combat arms training at the Medina Training Annex here.

UN Helping Civilians in Raqqa - The United Nations health agency is stepping up the delivery of medicines and medical supplies to thousands of people in newly accessible areas of Raqqa.

Defense Secretary Stresses Regional Security at ASEAN Meeting - Defense Secretary Jim Mattis met on the sidelines with key leaders from the Asia-Indo-Pacific region to discuss security issues while attending the Association of Southeast Asian Nations Defense Ministers Meeting-Plus in Clark, the Philippines.

Dunford Charts Alliance Progress in South Korea - Marine Corps Gen. Joe Dunford arrived here to participate in the U.S.-South Korean Military Committee Meeting tomorrow.

UN Seeks to Eradicate Polio Once and for All - Despite progress towards global eradication of polio, sustained commitment is needed to overcome the final hurdle and stamp out the disease once and for all, the United Nations health agency said today, the World Polio Day.

Coalition Strikes Continue Against ISIS in Syria, Iraq - U.S. and coalition military forces continued to attack the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria yesterday, conducting seven strikes consisting of 13 engagements, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials reported today.

Dunford: DoD Owes Families, Nation Information on Niger Action - The Defense Department owes the families of the soldiers lost in Niger and the American people an explanation of what the soldiers were doing in Niger and why it was important, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said here today.

UN: Road Accidents in Africa Among Deadliest Worldwide - Some 650 people are killed each day in road accidents throughout Africa, a senior United Nations official today said, calling for more to be done to keep drivers - as well as pedestrians, cyclists and motorcyclists - safe.

Dawn Blitz 2017: Realistic and Relevant Amphibious Training - The Navy Expeditionary Strike Group 3 and the Marine Corps 1st Marine Expeditionary Brigade kicked off the joint amphibious exercise Dawn Blitz here Oct. 20.

Airmen Work to Restore Radio Communications in Puerto Rico - For some, the idea of spending hours hundreds of feet above the world suspended by only a rope and harness is a terrifying thought.

AETC Leaders Learn From Airmen Who Celebrate Life - Twenty-two Airmen, most from Air Education and Training Command and several from around the Air Force, presented their stories of resiliency and their ideas about how to celebrate life at AETCs annual Senior Leaders Conference at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph Oct. 19, 2017.

Military Strikes Continue Against ISIS in Syria, Iraq - U.S. and coalition military forces continued to attack the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, conducting 25 strikes consisting of 28 engagements between Oct. 21-22, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials reported today.

Mattis in Philippines to Strengthen Ties with ASEAN, Discuss North Korea - Strengthening ties with allies, increasing defense capabilities in the Indo-Asia-Pacific region and discussions about the threat of North Korea are among the topics Defense Secretary Jim Mattis will contend with on his trip to the region, he told reporters traveling with him yesterday.

UN: Cities and Local Policies Key to Overcome Hunger - Highlighting the potential of cities to address malnutrition, the head of the United Nations food security agency has called for innovative partnerships between urban centres and wide range of stakeholders to overcome the challenge of food waste and to ensure a healthy and nutritious diet for all.

UN Chief Guterres, Trump Commit to Work Together to Address Common Challenges - United Nations Secretary-General Guterres met Friday with United States President Donald Trump and discussed, among others, tensions in the Korean Peninsula and the fight against terrorism.

UN Security Council Condemns Terrorist Attack in Egypt - Condemning in the strongest terms the terrorist attack that took place Friday in Egypts El Wahat desert, the United Nations Security Council underlined the need to bring the perpetrators and sponsors of such reprehensible acts to justice.

UN: Africa's Rapid Urbanization Can Drive Industrialization - A United Nations report out Thursday makes concrete recommendations on how the right African policy framework can harness the continents rapid urban transition to drive industrial development.

Syrian Democratic Forces Liberate Raqqa - The Syrian city of Raqqa has been liberated from the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, the coalitions Syrian Democratic Forces partners announced today, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials reported.

Power Restoration In Puerto Rico Could Take Up to a Year - The Army Corps of Engineers is installing up to 500 temporary generators until Puerto Ricos old and deteriorating power grid can be made operational again, but long-term total power restoration could take nearly a year, the Corps chief of engineers told reporters at the Pentagon today.

Raqqa Close to Liberation as ISIS Caliphate Crumbles - The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria is on the run around the globe, chief Pentagon spokesperson Dana W. White said today at news briefing.


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