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UN Encourages Korean Leaders to Act Swiftly on Agreements at Summit - Following Fridays summit between the leaders of the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea (DPRK) and the Republic of Korea, Secretary-General Guterres and other top officials expressed hope that the two countries would swiftly implement all agreed actions, including ridding the Peninsula of nuclear weapons.

NATO Foreign Ministers Discuss Afghanistan, Open Door - Military operations in Afghanistan are crucial to convince the Taliban that there is no victory on the battlefield and the best option is to negotiate with the government, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said today at the end of the alliances foreign minister meeting in Brussels.

Mattis Welcomes Polish Defense Minister to Pentagon - Defense Secretary James N. Mattis and Polish Defense Minister Mariusz Blaszczak met at the Pentagon yesterday to discuss mutual security issues and to reaffirm the defense relationship between their nations.

Military Children: Strong, Resilient, Adaptable Individuals - April is designated as the Month of the Military Child and is a time to honor the sacrifices of the more than 1.7 million children of military members serving in the U.S. and overseas.

Mattis, Israeli Counterpart Discuss Mutual Security Concerns - Defense Secretary James N. Mattis met at the Pentagon today with Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman to discuss mutual security issues, including Iranian malign influence and destabilizing effects in the region, chief Pentagon spokesperson Dana W. White said.

Military Strikes Hit ISIS Terrorists in Syria, Iraq - Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve and its partners continued to strike Islamic State of Iraq and Syria targets in designated parts of Syria and Iraq between April 20-26, conducting 26 strikes consisting of 34 engagements, officials reported today.

Mattis Highlights Efforts to Restore Military, Fight Tomorrow's Wars - The United States has a clear way forward with the 2018 National Defense Strategy to restore the militarys competitive edge in an era of re-emerging long-term great power competition, Defense Secretary James N. Mattis told the Senate Armed Services Committee today.

Evidence of Normal Life Returns to Iraq, Syria, After Caliphate Defeat - Although hard work remains following defeat of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syrias tyrannical self-proclaimed caliphate in Iraq and Syria, there are encouraging signs that life is returning to normal, the spokesman for Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve told Pentagon reporters today.

North Korea's Suspension of Missile Tests Should Lead to Irreversible Commitment to Ban Nuclear Testing - The worlds nuclear proliferation watchdog has welcomed the announcement by the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea to suspend its nuclear and missile tests and shut down its Punggye-ri atomic test site.

Hardworking Navy Chef Keeps Things Cooking - Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Ebony Sharpe, the 628th Force Support Squadrons leading petty officer in charge of Joint Base Charlestons weapons station galley here, makes it a point to provide the example to her culinary team by leading from the front.

Airmen Transport Emergency Vehicles to Guatemala - An Air Force C-17 Globemaster III crew from Travis Air Force Base, California, delivered a much-needed ambulance and firetruck to the people of Tecpan, Guatemala.

Mattis Asks House Committee to Build on Recent DoD Successes - Operationally and financially, the Defense Department has had a good year and Defense Secretary James N. Mattis urged the House Appropriations Committee defense subcommittee to build on this.

UN: Vaccines are Protecting More Children Than Ever - Kicking off World Immunization Week, the United Nations today said that while vaccines are protecting more children than ever, more countries need to make immunization a priority, because more than one million children still die every year from vaccine-preventable diseases.

Georgia Air Guard Unit Aids Base Recovery Effort in Puerto Rico - The Georgia Air National Guard 202nd Engineering Installation Squadron deployed here April 15 to spearhead hurricane recovery efforts for the 156th Airlift Wing base communications infrastructure.

Man's Best Friend Puts the Bite on Security Threats - With a top running speed over 30 mph, a bite force over 200 pounds and a sense of smell 40 times more sensitive than a humans, the military working dogs of the 48th Security Forces Squadron here are not to be messed with.

Virginia Tech Grads Serve Together as F-35 Pilots - Three Virginia Tech alumni are now serving as Marine Corps aviators.

Syrian Democratic Forces Continue Defeat-ISIS Fight, Official Says - Syrian Democratic Forces are continuing the fight against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria in the middle Euphrates River valley, Pentagon spokesman Army Col. Robert Manning said today.

Soldiers Practice Disaster Response Skills at Guardian Response Exercise - Smoking buildings lay ruined. Debris and clothing are scattered across the landscape. Vehicles, some tipped topsy-turvy, are strewn along roads and paths. Human cries for help can be heard, calling out for

African Nations, Western Partners Conduct Airborne Operations at Flintlock 2018 - The African sun rises over an airfield here near the capital of Ouagadougou. Villagers look to the sky with anticipation as children point upwards and smile once they witness the opening of parachutes.

Malnutrition in Africa - Africas attempts to achieve health for all by 2030 could be threatened unless the continent address the twin challenges of undernutrition and obesity, experts attending a United Nations meeting in Nairobi this week have warned.

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