Women could start training as Army Rangers by mid-2015 and as Navy SEALs a year later.
The flight ended with a planned plunge into the ocean.
The Sierra Nevada Corp. was awarded the $427.5 million LAS contract
Sequestration measures cancel Thunderbirds’ appearances past April 1 - Air Force Thunderbirds
“The 130-person team will not be travelling after March”
This week in U.S. military history, Jan 5 – Jan 11 - Victory Institute
Benedict Arnold captures and burns Richmond to Maj. Patrick H. Brady’s Medal of Honor
The ‘Great Green Fleet’ spends $15 per gallon on algae/animal fat fuel, compared to diesel’s $4 per gallon cost
Even the world’s most advanced plane can’t compare to the capabilities of F-35
Three-month, 4,200-mile bike ride helps veterans cope with post-traumatic stress from unfriendly fire
Jets flew low, too low, in national flag celebration
The military will take acquisition action on four large solar installations
New report recommends using ‘Jersey Shore’-style production techniques in managing massive amounts of surveillance data
The nation’s F-22 fighter jets were grounded for four months last year after pilots complained of experiencing a lack of oxygen that can cause dizziness and blackouts.
National veterans groups endorse effort to grant retirement benefits to involuntarily dismissed officers
Pair of US probes find Afghan Air Force officials allegedly using aircraft to carry drugs, guns across the country
Military advocates say they will sue over termination without benefits, not allowed by Defense Department guidelines
Officers a few years shy of the 20-year retirement requirement are about to be fired without retirement or medical benefits
Lock-down because of an unspecified security situation
A Davis-Monthan Air Force Base spokesperson couldn’t confirm reports of gunfire on the base
Did White House pressure Air Force general to help donor? - The Daily Beast
Congress questions if White House pressured General Shelton to change his testimony
USAF lawyers say that any family members of Air Force personnel who access WikiLeaks are subject to prosecution under the Espionage Act