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As the Omicron variant of COVID-19 forces us all back into HPCON Charlie, good viewing material is going to be more essential than the personnel still stuck working in-person. At this point, you’ve no doubt burned through your stockpile of binge-worthy TV shows and all 11 seasons of M*A*S*H, and will surely be looking for new and exciting movies as we enter the third year of this endless pandemic loop.
Congressman and former Green Beret Col. Rep. Mike Waltz, R-Florida, and fellow Army combat veteran Julia Nesheiwat got married in September.
2,000 one-piece maternity flight suits will begin rolling out in April
The U.S. Navy and partner forces operating in U.S. 5th Fleet seized more than $193 million worth of illegal drugs in 2021 — racking up a higher total value than the amount confiscated in the preceding four years combined, the Navy said.
On Christmas Day, an NCO from the Vermont National Guard was enjoying the holidays in Maine with his extended family when a life-threatening situation played out before his eyes, according to a Vermont National Guard release and a local news report.
House lawmakers on Thursday advanced legislation that would automatically enroll separating service members into the Veterans Affairs medical system, an effort to streamline their access to that care if they need it.
After months of soldiers complaining that security features on the Army’s new email platform were preventing them from doing basic tasks, the Army’s top IT official announced a change to the Army 365 download policy in a Monday LinkedIn post.
The U.S. left two decades of combat in Afghanistan with a last-minute evacuation as the Taliban returned to power in August. Cue the air war’s next phase.
The Marine Corps achieved another first for its F-35 program in early January as an F-35C squadron deployed on an aircraft carrier for the first time.