Trucks are rolling across the US pier into Gaza, but challenges remain

Trucks carrying badly needed aid for the Gaza Strip have rolled across a newly built U.S. pier and into the besieged enclave for the first time.

What a Blast to Work at NASA. Space Agency Is Sky-High Again in Latest Survey of Federal Employees

Exploring the cosmos makes for happy employees, federal workers like to work from home like everyone else, and an agency that has struggled with low morale is showing improvement.

Army Will Present Purple Heart to Minnesota Veteran 73 Years After He Was Wounded in Korean War

After 73 years and a long fight with the U.S. Army, a Korean War veteran from Minnesota who was wounded in combat was set to finally get his Purple Heart medal.

Marine corporal earns prestigious medal for saving military $140M

Cpl. Gage Barbieri received a Meritorious Service Medal in part for fixing a costly issue with a tactical vehicle’s manual while a teenage lance corporal.

Army Eliminates Online Training Requirement for Noncommissioned Officers, Saying It's Too Burdensome

The Army has eliminated a significant part of its online training for enlisted troops -- a learning program that has drawn the ire of the rank and file for years -- and in effect revamped how it handles enlisted promotions.

US poised to give $1 billion in new weapons, ammo to Israel

The package being sent includes about $700 million for tank ammunition, $500 million in tactical vehicles and $60 million in mortar rounds, sources said.

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