Feb 28

US military lets soldiers Tweet, blog and Facebook 
    (AFP)

AFP – The Pentagon said soldiers will be allowed to Tweet, blog and update their Facebook pages on the US military’s non-classified computer network under a new policy. Read the rest of this entry »

Feb 28

US military weighs role in battered Haiti 
    (AP)

AP – U.S. military officials are deliberating how long American troops should stay in Haiti to tend to its earthquake-battered population, knowing that work remains but reluctant to take on much of the rebuilding that could commit the force to the region for years. Read the rest of this entry »

Feb 27

Pentagon reopens tanker bid, promises 'fair' deal 
    (AFP)

AFP – The Pentagon unveiled final terms for a high-stakes competition to build new US aerial refueling tankers, promising a fair contest for aviation rivals Boeing and Airbus parent EADS. Read the rest of this entry »

Feb 27

US denies links to captured Iran militant 
    (AFP)

AFP – Iranian allegations that a top Sunni militant had been to an American military base in Afghanistan prior to his capture are “totally bogus,” a senior US official said Tuesday. Read the rest of this entry »

Feb 27

US military lets soldiers Tweet, blog and Facebook 
    (AFP)

AFP – The Pentagon said soldiers will be allowed to Tweet, blog and update their Facebook pages on the US military’s non-classified computer network under a new policy. Read the rest of this entry »

Feb 27

Iran Sunni rebel says U.S. offered him military aid: report 
    (Reuters)
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Feb 27

US military weighs role in battered Haiti 
    (AP)

AP – U.S. military officials are deliberating how long American troops should stay in Haiti to tend to its earthquake-battered population, knowing that work remains but reluctant to take on much of the rebuilding that could commit the force to the region for years. Read the rest of this entry »

Feb 26

Iran Sunni rebel says U.S. offered him military aid: report 
    (Reuters)
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Feb 26

US may seek non-NATO Afghan help after Dutch pullout 
    (AFP)

AFP – The United States is looking for ways to sustain troop levels in Afghanistan if Dutch soldiers withdraw, including reaching out to non-NATO partners, a top US defense official said Monday. Read the rest of this entry »

Feb 25

Marine Corps: Study gay ban but don't hurt force 
    (AP)

AP – The Marine Corps commandant said Wednesday that the ability of U.S. troops to fight and win wars must trump other concerns as the nation considers whether to let gays to serve openly in the military. Read the rest of this entry »

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