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Soldiers Take Pride as Hurricane Harvey Response Continues - In response to Hurricane Harvey, the Army has deployed more than 700 wheeled vehicles and more than 90 helicopters.

Mattis, Dunford Brief President on Military Options Available to Deal With North Korea - The United States has many military options for dealing with Kim Jong Uns provocations.

UN: 16 Million Children Affected by Massive Flooding in South Asia - The United Nations said today that an estimated 16 million children are in urgent need of life-saving support in the wake of torrential monsoon rains and catastrophic flooding in Nepal, India and Bangladesh.

UN Condemns North Korea Nuclear Test - Following today's reported nuclear bomb test by the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea ), the head of the United Nations atomic agency has spoken against an extremely regrettable act that completely disregarded the international communitys repeated demands.

Hybrid Team Rescues Man From Hurricane Harvey Flooding - A team of National Guardsmen, Coast Guardsmen, swift-water rescue technicians and volunteers worked together here Aug. 30 to rescue and airlift a patient needing special medical attention from severe flooding caused by Hurricane Harvey to a safe medical facility.

More Than 13K Troops, DoD Civilians Aiding Harvey Lifesaving, Recovery Efforts - About 11,000 National Guardsmen have deployed to support the Federal Emergency Management Agency-led rescue and restoration operations in the region affected by Hurricane Harvey, Defense Department officials said here today.

Kentucky Air Guard Deploys Aircraft, Airmen for Hurricane Relief Operations - Two C-130 Hercules aircraft and 14 more airmen deployed from the Kentucky Air National Guard base here last night to fly humanitarian aid and airlift evacuation missions in Texas following unprecedented flooding caused by Hurricane Harvey.

Northcom Chief Relays Mattis Message: Texas Gets Everything They Need - When disasters of this magnitude strike, a whole-of-government response is necessary, and DoD is a part of all of that.

Service Members Continue Aid in Harvey Relief Efforts - National Guard and active duty service members are making a huge difference in the areas affected by Hurricane Harvey, saving thousands and preparing for recovery efforts, Defense Department officials said here today.

Mattis, Japanese Counterpart Discuss Latest North Korean Missile Launch - Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and Japanese Defense Minister Itsunori Onodera spoke by phone yesterday to discuss North Korea's launch of a ballistic missile over Japan on Aug. 28, chief Pentagon spokesperson Dana W. White said today.

U.S., Allies Conduct Aerial Show of Force in Response to North Korean Missile Launch - The United States newest and most advanced fighter, the Marine Corps F-35B Lightning II, joined U.S. Air Force B-1B Lancer bombers for the first time in a sequenced bilateral mission with Japan and South Korean air forces in Northeast Asia yesterday, according to a Pacific Air Forces news release.

Air Force Couple Takes Journey to Citizenship - Air Force Staff Sgt. Luis Chiriboga and Airman 1st Class Estefania Briceno Ron travelled far from their former home in Ecuador and today theyre both airmen, U.S. citizens and married to each other.

Electronic Warfare Aircraft Contribute to Defeat ISIS - The Air Force has the non-kinetic ability to disrupt enemy communications on the ground and therefore turn the tables on the battlefield.

U.S., South Korean Defense Leaders Meet in Wake of Most Recent North Korean Missile Launch - U.S. and South Korean defense leaders are today discussing ways to make the alliance stronger in face of continued outrageous acts by North Korea.

Texas Guardsmen, Partners, Neighbors Rescue 1,000 From Floods - The Texas Army National Guard 386th Engineer Battalion teamed up with Texas Task Force 1 and the Cypress Creek Fire Department yesterday to bring 1,000 Cypress Creek residents to safety from high-rising waters as heavy rains from Hurricane Harvey continued to fall.

30,000 More Guardsmen Ready to Respond in Hurricane Relief Effort - The National Guard response to Hurricane Harvey will be a long-term, sustained effort, a senior National Guard official said today, adding that up 30,000 Guard members stand ready to assist with those efforts if needed.

Iraqi Government Announces Liberation of Tal Afar - The global coalition to defeat the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria congratulates Prime Minister Al-Abadi and all Iraqi forces on their stunning victory today in Tal Afar and northern Ninewah province, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials said today.

Guard Units From Other States Join Harvey Response in Texas - One day after Texas Gov. Greg Abbott called up the entire 12,000-member Texas National Guard to assist civilian authorities with the epic flooding resulting from Hurricane Harvey, several other state Guard units are in the hard-hit areas to offer manpower, equipment and support.

DoD, Guard Will Provide All Texas Asks for in Struggle Against Harvey Floods - The Defense Department will provide whatever capabilities the people of Texas need to survive and recover from Hurricane Harvey, Air Force Maj. Gen. James C. Witham said here today.

Mattis Announces Panel Will Review President's Transgender Guidance - Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said yesterday in a statement that the Defense Department has received President Donald J. Trumps memorandum addressing the military service of transgender persons.

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