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Taliban Attacks Threaten to Derail Afghan Peace Talks, Special Envoy Says

Taliban attacks threaten to derail the already struggling Afghan peace talks aimed at allowing the full withdrawal of U.S. troops after nearly two decades of war in Afghanistan, U.S. Special Envoy Zalmay Khalilzad said.

Five NATO Spy Planes Converge As U.S. Air Force B-52s Spring Their Biggest Intel Trap Yet

The six U.S. Air Force B-52s that deployed from Minot Air Force Base in North Dakota to the Royal Air Force base at Fairford back in August have set another intelligence trap for Russian forces in the Black Sea region—possibly their biggest yet.

Senators Push to Extend Care to 34,000 More Veterans for Agent Orange Diseases

Senators have ramped up efforts to add three new diseases to the Department of Veterans Affairs' list of Agent Orange-related diseases, pressing the House and Senate Armed Services Committees to include them in the final version of the national defense policy bill.

New policies now in place for military children seeking US citizenship

Military children who are not U.S. citizens and live overseas with their American parents are finally able to obtain citizenship automatically now that a new law is being implemented by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, which had changed the policy last year.

What ‘Embrace the Suck’ Means to the Military

"I was on track to get into the astronaut program," recalls Everett Alvarez Jr. about his early career as a Navy fighter pilot in the 1960s. At that time, Hispanic fighter pilots were rare in the U.S. military; being an astronaut would have been unprecedented.

Fort Bliss Widens Search for Missing Soldier as Case Details Change

Army officials at Fort Bliss, Texas, are asking the El Paso community for assistance in an expanded search for a soldier who has been missing since late July.