By Phil Ferolito: Evan Mettie, Who Was Severely Injured in 2006 in Iraq, Laid to Rest
Homeland Security and Defense Department Officials Joint Press Conference on the Defense Department Deployment to the Southwest Border Kevin McAleenan, U.S. Customs and Border Protection Commissioner; Air Force Gen. Terrence J. O’Shaughnessy, commander of North American Aerospace Defense Command and U.S. Northern Command
By Oriana Pawlyk: IG: Air Force General Harassed Subordinate, Failed to Report Suicide Attempts
By Lyndsay Winkley: Suspect Arrested in Death of Navy Sailor Who Stopped to Help Motorist
By Oriana Pawlyk: Pave Hawk Hit Steel Cable in Iraq, Causing Fatal Crash: Air Force
By Denise Lavoie: Gangster Whitey Bulger, Air Force Vet, Found Dead in Prison at 89
Early into his life of crime, Bulger served an enlistment term in the U.S. Air Force. He enlisted in the service in 1948 and quickly fell afoul of authorities, doing time in military prison for assaults. At one point he was charged with rape, according to multiple sources; on another occasion, he was arrested for going absent without leave. Despite all this, he was honorably discharged in 1952.
By Derek Davey: My Son Was Killed In Iraq. I Found Closure With The Marines Who Were With Him When He Died
Derek M. Davey, Captain, USMC 1977-1985. Naval Flight Officer, EA-6B Prowlers. Two UDP pumps: USS Nimitz, Med Cruise and West Pac. Thirty years as an Accredited Service Officer in NY State and National Appeals Representative in Washington, DC. Fully retired now, enjoying life in the woods, on a lake, with my best buddy Shadow the Dog in the Adirondacks.
The Associated Press: Sikorsky to Commemorate Black Hawk Helicopters’ Anniversary
Amphibiosity — the ability to operate on land and at sea — may not be a real word, but it’s a very real concept to the militaries that make up NATO
By Paul Szoldra: The 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit Changed Its Logo To A Water Dragon Eating A Skull
By James Clark: Here Are The Military Movies And Shows Coming To Netflix In November
The Angry Staff Officer: Wait, Whose Intent? The Role of Commander’s Intent in Army Order Writing