Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Today's Top News 09.30

Today's top stories from around the military.

Geoff Morrell Brief

An update on the upcoming delivery of M-ATVs to Afghanistan.

Odierno Testimony

The top U.S. commander in Iraq told a House committee Wednesday the U.S. will withdraw about 4,000 more troops from Iraq by the end of next month.

American Samoa Aid

American military members are rushing to the South Pacific to provide assistance after a massive tsunami struck the area.

Troops Deploy

More than 200 troops from the Rhode Island Army National Guard are deploying.

Africa Challenges

AFRICOM commander, General William Ward, laid out the challenges facing the African continent in the years ahead.

Philippines Flooding Rescues

Rescue teams from Joint Special Operations Task Force Philippines assisted in the rescue of fifty-two flood victims.

Samoa Tsunami Aid

National and Coast Guard assets are headed to American Samoa after an earthquake launched a powerful tsunami on Tuesday.

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Top Gun - Berlin: Take My Breath Away

Today's Top News 09.29

Two U.S. servicemembers were killed in the southern Philippines by a roadside blast. Also, The President and NATO's Secretary General met to discuss the situation in Afghanistan.

NATO Alliance

The President and NATO's Secretary General met to discuss the situation in Afghanistan and missile defense.

M-ATVs Deploy

The first of thousands of new M-ATVs are being deployed to Afghanistan.

Howitzer Unit

A unique artillery unit in Afghanistan is charged with protecting Forward Operating Base Blessing with the M-777 Howitzer.

Information Sharing 09.29

Select personnel working with the Department of Homeland Security now have access to Defense Department information.

Operation Deep Freeze

The Air Force, Navy and Coast Guard are again participating in Operation Deep Freeze.

Guardsmen Return 09.29

Military families across Illinois came together to welcome home Soldiers from Afghanistan.

Texas Oil Spill

It may take three weeks to clean up a fuel spill in the Houston ship channel, according to officials there.

Mabus at Newport News

Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus completed his tour of the nation's shipyards with a stop in Newport News, Virginia.

Philippines Attack

A blast in the southern Philippines Tuesday killed two U.S. service members and a member of the Philippine Marines.

Monday, September 28, 2009

R.E.M.: Shiny Happy People

Today's Top News 09.28

Secretary of Defense Robert Gates comments on developments in Iran and Afghanistan.

GI Bill Emergency Checks

Thousands of emergency checks will be issued to students awaiting education benefits under the Post 9/11 GI Bill.

Oil Spill Recovery

The Coast Guard is trying to recover about 16,000 gallons of fuel believed to be trapped inside a World War II era ship submerged in the Gulf of Mexico.

PRT Builds Schools

U.S. servicemembers in Afghanistan are laying the foundation for better security and stability by helping locals build villages.

Time of Remembrance

Top Defense officials paid tribute to fallen servicemembers and their families at the annual Time of Remembrance ceremony.

GEN McChrystal Interview

General Stanley McChrystal says the support of the Afghan people is critical to the US effort in Afghanistan.

Philippine Assistance

The U.S. Navy is assisting efforts in the Philippines after a devastating tropical storm caused flooding and mudslides.

Closing Guantanamo

Defense Secretary Robert Gates says closing the detention facilty at Guantanamo Bay is proving more complicated than originally thought.

Iran Nuclear Weapons

Secretary of Defense Robert Gates said Iran may be three years away from developing nuclear weapons.

Gates on Afghanistan

Defense Secretary Robert Gates stressed the need to plan the right strategy in Afghanistan before deciding on the resources needed to succeed.

Sunday, September 27, 2009

Queen: Love of My Life (live)

Recon: Never Falter

The Pentagon Channel takes a look at the Army's Old Guard. See what it takes to join one of the most competitive regiments in the US military.

Saturday, September 26, 2009

Aha: Hunting High and Low

Command Performance: Gretchen Wilson

Country star Gretchen Wilson showcases "Redneck Woman" and talks about testifying to the U.S. Senate on the importance of adult and continuing education.

Recon: I Serve Too

How parents and caregivers help children cope when Mom or Dad is deployed and some of the great new programs available specifically to help military children deal with family separation.

Friday, September 25, 2009

Supertramp: Goodbye Stranger

Today's Top News 09.25

NATO officials are reporting five American troops died Thursday in separate attacks in southern Afghanistan.

Information Sharing

The Defense Department is now allowing certain Homeland Security personnel access to classified terrorism-related information.

G20 Summit Security

Pennsylvania National Guardsmen are joining the mission to provide security in the city of Pittsburgh during this year's G-20 summit.

Afghan Nurse Training

Five Afghan nurses are visiting Bagram Air Field's Craig Joint Theater Hospital for a two-week program that provides specialized hands-on training.

Quantico Terror Plot

Two men have been indicted on charges of conspiring to murder U.S. military personnel.

Tanker Contract

The use of a fixed price contract is a step forward in the Defense Department's acquisition reform.

Faulty Dam

Residents of the Green River Valley in Washington State have been notified by the Army Corps of Engineers that a leak at local dam could lead to serious trouble this fall and winter.

MRAP Training 09.25

Soldiers with the 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade are undergoing MRAP training at Kandahar Airfield in Afghanistan.

Afghan Violence 09.25

NATO officials are reporting five American troops died Thursday in separate attacks in southern Afghanistan.

Monday, September 21, 2009

Top Gun - Vidéo Armée de L'air Française

Vidéo Armée de L'air Française - Mirage 2000, F1, Jaguar - TBA French air force military chevaliers ciel

Sunday, September 20, 2009

The Monkees: I'm a Believer

Recon: The Wounds Within

Exploring the debilitating condition of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. You'll meet servicemembers whose physical battlefield injuries have healed, but yet emotional wounds linger on.

Saturday, September 19, 2009

Sheryl Crow: Tomorrow Never Dies

Command Performance: Toby Keith

Country musician Toby Keith talks about launching his seventh USO Tour and what it's like playing for the troops in a conversation with the Pentagon Channel.

Recon: Always Ready

They conduct military operations, federal law enforcement and homeland defense missions. We'll take you to boot camp and beyond to show you why members of the USCG are "Always Ready."

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Sunday, September 13, 2009

Supertramp: The Logical Song

Recon: On the Border

Thousands of National Guard troops are deployed to protect the US border. We'll take you to the front lines of Operation Jump Start.

Saturday, September 12, 2009

Queen: Who Wants To Live Forever (Highlander Version)

Command Performance: Disturbed

Disturbed Frontman Dave Draiman discusses the band's latest tour, the "Bootleg Series" of downloads and suicide prevention in a conversation with the Pentagon Channel.

Recon: The Great War

It was supposed to be the war to end all wars. A fascinating look back at World War I through the words of the men and women who were there.

Friday, September 11, 2009

Queen: Princes of the Universe ('Highlander' OST 1986)

Securing the Border

The Texas National Guard is helping secure the border with Mexico.

Ask the Chairman

Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff ADM Michael Mullen conducts a virtual town hall, answering questions submitted via YouTube, Facebook and Twitter.

Sasebo Sailor Remembers September 11th

DNU Flash - A Sasebo Sailor looks back on the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

Sexual Assault Prevention Summit

DNU Flash - Senior Navy leaders talk about sexual assault prevention in the military.

Pentagon Memorial Park

Pentagon Memorial Park honors those who lost their lives when Flight 77 crashed into the Pentagon on September 11, 2001.

NSA Bahrain Climbing Wall

DNU Flash - Naval Support Activity Bahrain Sailors exercise on new climbing wall.

Training Exercise Confusion

The U.S. Coast Guard will review its security training procedures after media reports misinterpreted a routine training exercise in the Washington, DC, area Friday for a real threat.

September 11th Remembrance

DNU Flash - Sept. 11 terrorist attacks are remembered.

Army Suicide Numbers

The Army has released suicide numbers for August and has updated figures for July.

Headlines For Friday, September 11, 2009

DNU Flash - Headlines from around the fleet: Sept. 11 terrorist attacks are remembered; The Combined Maritime Forces warns mariners about increased pirate attacks.

Pentagon 9.11 Ceremony

A day of remembrance around the country to honor the victims who died in the September 11th attacks.

Bagram 9/11 Patriot Run

More than 1500 servicemembers gathered at Bagram Airbase for a 9.11 kilometer run.

USS Bataan Food Service

DNU Flash - USS Bataan (LHD 5) serves food 24 hours a day.

Counter-Piracy Operations

Piracy is likely to increase off the Horn of Africa and in the Indian Ocean.

LTG Jacoby Briefing

Enemies in Iraq continue to challenge and test the Iraqi security forces.

September, 11 Pentagon Memorial - One Year

Thursday, September 10, 2009

Johnny Cash on the Muppet Show: Ghost Riders in the Sky

Today's Top News - 09.10

Commanders in Iraq and Afghanistan discuss recent developments.

SAVI Summit

DNU Flash - Navy leaders gather in Washington D.C. for the Sexual Assault Prevention Summit.

USS Essex Sailors Conduct Fire Drill

DNU Flash - USS Essex (LHD 2) Sailors conduct a fire drill.

USS Doyle Comrel In Trinidad

DNU Flash - USS Doyle (FFG 39) Sailors conduct a community relations project in Trinidad.

Bahrain RP2 Participates In Chapel Band

DNU Flash -Naval Support Activity Bahrain religious program specialist participates in the chapel band.

Chemical Weapons Depot

The Army says it's working with the Colorado Health Department to resolve a dispute over some chemical weapons.

Bahrain Labor Day Celebration

DNU Flash - Naval Support Activity Bahrain holds a Labor Day celebration.

Headlines for Thursday, September 10, 2009

DNU Flash - Headlines from around the fleet: Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Gary Roughead releases two new podcasts; The Navy improves aircraft carrier travel through the harbor channel.

Afghan ISAF Mission

Officers with NATO's International Security Assistance Force are visiting remote locations across Afghanistan, ensuring that coalition forces have the resources to carry out their mission.

Drug Bust

Two people were taken into custody Wednesday after the Coast Guard found 700 pounds of marijuana on their boat.

LTG Jacoby Briefing

Al Qaeda remains a major threat to security and stability in Iraq.

McChrystal Assessment

General Stanley McChrystal's assessment of the situation in Afghanistan is expected to be on the desk of the Commander in Chief by the end of this week.

Governance Conference

A group of military and civilian personnel gathered in Khost Province recently to come up with ideas to bring more stability to the people of Afghanistan.

Kunduz Airstrike Update

Pentagon Press Secretary Geoff Morrell says it will take weeks before an investigation is complete into an airstrike in Kunduz Province that killed Afghan civilians.

NATO Change of Command

French General Stephane Abrial took over the position of Supreme Allied Commander Transformation from General James Mattis in a change of command ceremony Wednesday in Norfolk, Virginia.

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Sonny and Cher: I Got You Babe (Live Beat Club 1965)

Today's Top News 09.09

Pentagon Press Secretary Geoff Morrell says General McChrystal's quick response to the air strike in Kunduz Province has gone a long way with the Afghan people.

SAVI Summit

DNU Flash - Navy leaders gather in Washington for the Sexual Assault Victim Intervention Summit.

Rota Bike Fest

DNU Flash - Naval Station Rota hosts a bike fest to promote motorcycle safety.

Yokosuka Junior Enlisted Organization Breakfast

DNU Flash - Fleet Activities Yokosuka Japan's Junior Enlisted Organization makes breakfast for their fellow Sailors.

Pearl Harbor and Hickam AFB Will Join Forces

DNU Flash - Naval Station Pearl Harbor and Hickam Air Force Base will become a joint base.

Afghanistan Fraud

Congress is looking to beef up its oversight as it plans to spend 68 billion dollars in Afghanistan, more than what's on the docket for Iraq.

NSA Naples Reliant Star Exercise

DNU Flash - Naval Support Activity Naples conducts Reliant Star Exercise.

Headlines for Wednesday, September 9, 2009

DNU Flash - Headlines from around the fleet: Navy leadership holds a Sexual Assault Prevention Summit; Sept. 14 is Ombudsman Appreciation Day.

MRAP Training

Before MRAPs hit the roads, their drivers need to be trained on how to use them.

Shinseki at Meade Sr. High School

While President Obama delivered his address to the nation's school children Tuesday, Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki watched with students at Meade Sr. High School at Ft. Meade.

Heroe's Welcome

A Marine arrived at Fort Collins, Colorado Tuesday to a heroe's welcome and with a VIP escort.

Deployment Changes

U.S. Army Forces Command is correcting an earlier Defense Department release regarding future troop rotations to Afghanistan.

Bates on Suicide Prevention

The Department of Defense Task Force on the Prevention of Suicide is set to begin its work soon.

Coast Guard Rescue

Coast Guard rescuers pulled two people from the water off the Oregon coast. It happened Tuesday afternoon near the Charleston Marina after a boat exploded and caught fire.

Swine Flu Summit

States around the country are preparing for what experts say could be a major outbreak of the swine flu this winter.

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Hair (1968): Original Cast L.A.

Hair (1968 - rare) - Original Cast in L.A. with James Rado, Gerome Ragni, Meat Loaf (Aquarius, Hair, Let the Sunshine) from Smothers Brothers Show

Today's Top News - 09.08

A Canadian officer has been named to lead a formal investigation into last week's NATO airstrike that allegedly killed Afghan civilians.

Urban Warfare Training

Tennessee National Guardsmen and Bulgarian land forces teamed up last month during an urban warfare training session in Bulgaria.

Hawaii Celebrates Anniversary Of End Of War

DNU Flash - Naval Station Pearl Harbor celebrates the 64th anniversary of the end of the war in the Pacific.

USS Bataan Energy Conservation Awards

DNU Flash - USS Bataan (LHD 5) is awarded the Secretary of the Navy Energy Conservation Platinum Award.

Parris Island Preventive Medicine

DNU Flash - Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island stresses the importance of preventive medicine.

HBCU Health Walk

DNU Flash - Navy Medicine Personnel and students from historically black colleges and universities conduct a Health Walk in Washington, D.C.

Iraq Attacks Decline

A U.S. commander in Iraq says there's been a steady decline in attacks in the southern province of Basra this past year.

Bahrain MWR Supports The Fleet

DNU Flash - Naval Support Activity Bahrain Morale, Welfare and Recreation supports the fleet.

Headlines for Tuesday, September 8, 2009

DNU Flash - Headlines from around the fleet: Sailors from Joint Special Operations Task Force Philippines assisted Philippine rescue forces in the search for survivors of a sinking ferry; USNS Richard E Byrd (DDG 23) arrives in the Marshall Islands for Pacific Partnership 2009.

Counter-Insurgency Training

Senior coalition officials are bringing their experience and ideas together to find better ways to combat the insurgency in Afghanistan.

Suicide Prevention Commission

Suicide prevention is one of the Defense Department's top priorities.

MG Nash Briefing

Iraqi Security Forces and Iraqi citizens - supported by U.S. forces - are working together to defeat the remaining insurgent networks in southern Iraq.

NATO Airstrike Probe

A NATO investigation is underway in Afghanistan into a coalition air strike last week that allegedly killed civilians.

Suicide Task Force

The Department of Defense recently appointed a panel to take a closer look at suicides in the military.

Iraq Border Security

There is a heavy Iraqi security presence along the Syrian border.

Airstrike Investigation

General Stanley McChrystal has appointed Canadian Major General C.S. Sullivan to lead a formal investigation into last Thursday's U.S. airstrike in northern Afghanistan.

Monday, September 7, 2009

Aqua: My Oh My

USS Enterprise Summer Picnic

DNU Flash - USS Enterprise (CVN 65) hosts a summer picnic.

USS Harry S. Truman Mural Painter

DNU Flash - A Sailor aboard USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) paints murals.

USS Doyle Unreps with Dutch Navy

DNU Flash - USS Doyle (FFG 39) conducts an underway replenishment with a Dutch navy ship.

Yokosuka Naval Hospital Generic Medication

DNU Flash - Naval Hospital Yokosuka switches to generic medication.

Diego Garcia Chagos Archipelago

DNU Flash - Naval Support Facility Diego Garcia protects its archipelago.

Headlines for Monday September 7, 2009

DNU Flash - Headlines from around the fleet: The Navy updates its individual augmentee Web site; USS Constitution is accepting applications for new crew members.

Sunday, September 6, 2009

Saturday, September 5, 2009

E.L.O.: Twilight (Anime)

Command Performance: Jason Mraz

Singer Jason Mraz discusses life on the road and his music with the Pentagon Channel.

All Hands TV 09.01 4

I.A. Experience.

All Hands TV 09.01 3

A theater group in Yokosuka teaches sailors about sexual assault.

Recon: New Beginnings

For injured servicemembers who fight to make it back home, will they win the fight to keep a home for their families? One group is making miracles happen.

All Hands TV 09.01 2nd

Urban Youth in Todays Navy.

All Hands TV 09.01 1st

The Navy's Future Force and Joint Combined Exchange.

Friday, September 4, 2009

Dolly Parton w. Melissa Etheridge: Nine to Five

Today's Top News - 09.04

Agri-Biz Unit Deploys

Sixty soldiers with the Missouri National Guard are deploying to Afghanistan next month.

USS Enterprise Sailors Move Back On

DNU Flash - USS Enterprise (CVN 65) Sailors move back on board.

Big E!!!

USS Nimitz Sailors Climb Mt. Fuji

DNU Flash - USS Nimitz (CVN 68) Sailors climb Mt. Fuji.

Musician Rejoins the Navy

DNU Flash - A former Navy musician rejoins the military.

NAS North Island CPOs 6 Mile Run

DNU Flash - Naval Station North Island chief petty officer selectees participate in a six mile run.

Suicide Prevention

Fourteen people have been named to a new panel that will look at suicide prevention in the military.

NSA Bahrain Physical Readiness

DNU Flash - Naval Support Activity Bahrain Sailors maintain physical readiness.

Headlines for Friday September 4, 2009

DNU Flash - Headlines from around the fleet: Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Gary Roughead releases new guidance for 2010; Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus visits the Pacific Area of Responsibility.

H1N1 Vaccine for Military

The first batch of the H1N1 vaccine for service members is expected to be available within a month.

Gates on Afghan Footprint

Secretary of Defense Robert Gates expressed concern over increasing troop numbers in Afghanistan.

69th Bomb Squadron Activated

The U.S. Air Force now has four squadrons of B-52 bombers. The newest addition, the 69th Bomb Squadron, was activated Thursday in ceremonies at Minot Air Force Base.

Army Troop Rotations

The Army announced new troop rotations for Afghanistan on Thursday.

Assessment of Afghanistan

According to SecDef Robert Gates and CJCS Mike Mullen, the administration's efforts in Afghanistan are just beginning.

NATO Airstrike

NATO's International Security Assistance Force is investigating reports that Afghan civilians were killed and injured in a NATO airstrike Friday morning in northern Afghanistan.

Thursday, September 3, 2009

Cyndi Lauper: Goonies are Good Enough

Today's Top News - 09.03

Pentagon Briefing

Coverage of SECDEF Gates and CJCS Michael Mullen speaking at the Pentagon.

USS Doyle Curacao Comrel

DNU Flash - USS Doyle (FFG 39) Sailors paint a school in Curacao.

USS Farragut Prepares For Deployment

DNU Flash - USS Farragut (DDG 99) Sailors train for upcoming deployment.

New Marine Gear

DNU Flash - Marine Corps compares new and old gear.

Sasebo Earthquake Preparedness

DNU Flash - Commander Fleet Activities Sasebo Sailors are reminded to prepare for earthquakes.

Family Matters Blog

The Defense Department has launched a blog called "Family Matters" that is dedicated to providing resources and support to family members.

Souda Bay Anti-terrorism Training

DNU Flash - Naval Support Activity Souda Bay, Crete conducts anti-terrorism training.

Headlines for Thursday September 3, 2009

DNU Flash - Headlines from around the fleet: H1N1 vaccinations for all service members will begin in October; The Navy's new dry cargo ammunition ship USNS Wally Schirra (T-AKE 8) joins the fleet.

Afghan Villager Support

The U.S military has a new program empowering Afghan villagers to be more self-sufficient.

Logar Province Attacks

When soldiers of the 10th Mountain Division arrived in Logar Province, Afghanistan last Spring they were being attacked on a daily basis.

Iraq Latest

U.S. and Iraqi forces have recovered an unmanned aerial vehicle that crashed on a rooftop in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul last month.

Illinois Guardsmen Return

An Illinois Army National Guard unit returned home from Afghanistan Wednesday.

Credit Card Act

A new law has gone into effect that will provide servicemembers some extra support to deal with credit card bills.

Malaria Vaccine

Researchers at the Naval Medical Research Center are testing a malaria vaccine officials hope will protect both troops and civilians afflicted by the disease.

Poppy Crop Declines

Poppy crop and opium production in Afghanistan declined last year according to a United Nations report released Wednesday.

Wednesday, September 2, 2009

JAG - Music Video: In the Navy - Men and Woman in White

Today's Top News - 09.02

Anniversary of Japanese surrender officially ending World War 2. H1N1 vaccinations update.

Militants Captured

Afghan and NATO forces captured three suspected militants during a joint raid in eastern Afghanistan Tuesday.

USS Bataan Holds Health And Wellness Day

DNU Flash - USS Bataan (LHD 5) holds a Health and Wellness day.

USS Harpers Ferry Participates In CARAT

DNU Flash - USS Harpers Ferry (LSD 49) participates in Cooperation Afloat Readiness and Training 2009.

USS Thach Protects Iraqi Oil Terminal

USS Doyle and Columbian Coast Guard

DNU Flash - USS Doyle (FFG 39) conducts visit, board, search and seizure training with Colombian Coast Guard.

VJ Day

Wednesday marks the anniversary of the unconditional surrender of Japanese forces, the last remaining Axis Power of World War II.

Okinawa's Futenma Flightline Fair

DNU Flash - Marines in Okinawa attend Futenma Flightline Fair.

Headlines for September 2, 2009

DNU Flash - Headlines from around the fleet: Navy family mourns death of retired Rear Adm. Wayne Meyer; President to answer CENTCOM Sailors' questions.

Bagram Med Evac

The 455th Aerial Evacuation Unit out of Bagram Airfield in Afghanistan is a crucial part of the first response for wounded servicemembers on the battlefield.

Afghan Suicide Bombing

NATO officials are calling Wednesday's suicide bombing in eastern Afghanistan an indiscriminate attack on innocent civilians.

Civilian Expeditionary Workforce

The Department of Defense is calling for volunteers for the new Civilian Expeditionary Workforce.

UAV Demonstration

The Naval Air Systems Command in Maryland recently hosted an unmanned vehicle demonstration.

Coast Guard Responds

A Coast Guard cutter and chopper responded to a fire on a 60-foot fishing boat off the coast of Washington State.

World War II Anniversary

Former enemies and allies somberly marked the 70th anniversary of the start of World War II in Poland on Tuesday.

H1N1 Vaccinations

Vaccinations against the H1N1 flu virus will be mandatory for all uniformed personnel.

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Bangles: Eternal Flame

USS New York

Today's Top News 09.01

Baghdad Security

Violence in Baghdad is at an all-time low since 2004.

USS Harry S Truman Female Metal Worker

DNU Flash - A hull technician on USS Harry S Truman (CVN 75) breaks down gender barriers.

USS Makin Island Project Handclasp

DNU Flash -Sailors from USS Makin Island (LHD 8) volunteer at Chilean schools.

Sasebo CPO Breakfast

DNU Flash - Chief petty officer selects in Sasebo have breakfast with the chiefs' mess.

Drill Masters At MCRD Parris Island

DNU Flash - Drill masters at Marine Corps Recruit Depot instill discipline in recruits through drill.

U.S. Students Return To DOD Bahrain School

DNU Flash - American dependent students return to the Bahrain DoD school.

Headlines for Tuesday, September 1, 2009

DNU Flash - Headlines from around the fleet: Navy to begin paying new Selective Re-enlistment Bonuses; Bureau of Medicine and Surgery stresses vaccinations for flu season.

Level One Combatants

Staying physically fit and combat-ready while deployed is crucial to mission success and may some day save your life.

COL Joseph Martin Briefing

Security in Baghdad continues to improve as Iraqi security forces become more capable and take more repsonsibility for stability in the city.

WWII Anniversary

Today marks the 70th anniversary of the start of World War II.

MC-12 Liberty Aircraft

Defense Secretary Robert Gates visited the home of Project Liberty in Greenville Texas.

World War II Museum

New Orleans will soon open the National World War II Museum.

Afghanistan Assessment

General Stanley McChrystal's assessment of the situation in Afghanistan is making its way up the military chain of command.

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