MOAA Breakfast Club Speaker: August 28, 2018 ========================================= August 28, 2018 – TOPIC: Military Recruiters and the tough job they have in today’s environment. We will have an active duty Air Force recruiter and a
A military aircraft crash in Iraq, in which an American service member died and several others were injured, highlights the dangers troops face every day, Pentagon spokesman Army Col. Robert Manning III told reporters.
The U.S. Navy and Coast Guard completed a trilateral exercise with Iraqi and Kuwaiti navy partners in the Northern Persian Gulf to improve the coordination of maritime security tactics between the three nations.
Defense Secretary James N. Mattis said he came away from Colombia impressed by the progress he witnessed there during his recent trip to South America, but is concerned about the unrest in neighboring Venezuela.
U.S. and coalition military forces continued to attack the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria through offensive operations and precision airstrikes, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials reported.
Air Force Master Sgt. Michelle Kelly, an airlift manager with the Oregon Air National Guard’s 173rd Fighter Wing, provided a successful contingency travel plan for Tropic Care Maui County 2018, a joint training mission providing no-cost medical, dental, and vision services to people living on the Hawaiian Islands of Maui, Molokai and Lanai.
Defense Secretary James N. Mattis thanked the Colombian defense minister for their country’s regional leadership role as a security exporter during a meeting in the capital city of Bogota, the chief Pentagon spokesperson said.
Deep in one of the largest countries in East Africa, U.S. Army soldiers have been training Tanzanian game wardens in operations to deter poachers and prevent extremist organizations from profiting from illicit activities.