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Marine Scout Snipers Look to Immortalize Their Legacy and History Through a New Memorial

In the summer of 2021, two years before the Corps axed the current iteration of the job, members of the Marine scout sniper community saw a growing need to preserve and catalog their heritage, one that is legendary but largely untold.

US prepares to open new training site for foreign F-35 pilots

Ebbing Air National Guard Base will become the latest U.S.-based site dedicated to training pilots across the global F-35 Joint Strike Fighter enterprise.

US Renews Warning It's Obligated to Defend the Philippines After Its New Clash with China at Sea

The United States renewed a warning that it’s obligated to defend its close treaty ally a day after Filipino navy personnel were injured and their supply boats damaged in one of the most serious confrontations between the Philippines and China in a disputed shoal in the South China Sea, officials said.

House passes defense bill automatically registering men 18-26 for draft

The House of Representatives passed their annual defense policy bill with a provision to automatically enroll draft-eligible males in the selective service.

A US Aircraft Carrier and its Crew Have Fought Houthi Attacks for Months. How Long Can it Last?

Fatigue is setting in as a U.S. aircraft carrier nears its ninth month waging the most intense running sea battle since World War II.

US Navy Faces Its Most Intense Combat Since World War II Against Yemen's Iran-Backed Houthi Rebels

The U.S.-led campaign against Iran-backed Houthi rebels has turned into the most intense running sea battle the Navy has faced since World War II.

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