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Iran’s president says ‘no limit’ to nuclear enrichment

Iran's president said Thursday that there is “no limit” to the country's enrichment of uranium following its decision to abandon its commitments under the 2015 nuclear deal in response to the killing of its top general in a U.S. airstrike.

US military training for Saudi students could resume soon

U.S. training for more than 800 Saudi Arabian military students could be restarted "in the coming days," the Pentagon said Thursday, nearly six weeks after a shooting by one Saudi trainee killed three sailors at a Florida base.

Signatures For Soldiers Turns Athlete Autographs Into Veterans Assistance

Serving your country is one of the most honorable paths a person can take, potentially sacrificing everything to protect others’ freedoms. When that service has reached its endpoint, however, the transition from military to civilian can be quite challenging.

AFRL Tests Launch Tech For 'Austere' Sites

The traditional image of a rocket launch involves looming gantries, big concrete pads, sprawling bases and it’s all fixed in place. Which can make places like Vandenberg Air Force Base very tempting targets in wartime.

Navy review backs planned expansion of Nevada bombing range

The U.S. Navy has concluded no significant environmental harm would come from its proposed tripling of the size of a Nevada bombing training range, a massive expansion opposed by neighboring tribes, conservationists and at least one Democratic presidential candidate.

US military resumes counter-Islamic State operations in Iraq

The U.S. military is resuming operations against Islamic State militants in Iraq and is working to soon restart training Iraqi forces, U.S. officials said Wednesday, despite deep divisions over the American drone strike that killed a senior Iranian commander in Baghdad and the resulting missile attacks by Iran on Iraqi bases.