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Top News: Carter Legacy: Force of the Future, Modernizing DoD
Defense Secretary Ash Carter is departing as President Barack Obama's top defense advisor after nearly two years in the post, during which he led initiatives to modernize and strengthen the department.
Photo of the Day: Security Stare
Marine Cpl. Michael Pimenidis provides security with an M4 carbine during an exercise at Marine Corps Base Camp Butler, Okinawa, Japan, Jan. 16, 2017. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Darien J. Bjorndal
Operation Inherent Resolve Air Support
The MQ-1 Predator and MQ-9 Reaper continue to shape the battle space in the campaign to defeat the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.
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Year in Photos displays this year’s most compelling military images of operations, humanitarian efforts, training, defense leaders, athletes and lifestyle.
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U.S. Airstrikes Kill 80 ISIL Fighters in Libya, Carter Says
Defense Secretary Ash Carter said U.S. precision airstrikes on two Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant training camps near Sirte, Libya, are estimated to have killed more than 80 enemy fighters.
Full Briefing: Carter, Press Secretary Brief Media on Counter-ISIL Campaign
Inauguration Day About Resilience of American Institutions, Dunford Says
While speaking to the Congressional Medal of Honor Society, Marine Corps Gen. Joe Dunford used the situation in The Gambia, where a serving president refused to give up power to his freely elected successor, as an example of why the peaceful transfer of power in the United States shouldn’t be taken for granted.
Dunford Says Transition to Trump Administration Going Smoothly
Separate U.S. Airstrikes Kill 2 Senior al-Qaida Leaders in Syria
Pentagon Press Secretary Peter Cook said Two senior al-Qaida operatives were killed recently in separate U.S. airstrikes in Syria.
Military Strikes Continue Against ISIL Terrorists in Syria, Iraq
Guard Members Partner With Civilian Agencies to Support Inauguration
More than 7,500 National Guard soldiers and airmen are expected to serve with the specially created Joint Task Force-District of Columbia, in support of the 58th presidential inauguration.
Dunford Discusses Russian Capabilities, NATO Security Efforts
Following a meeting of the NATO Military Committee, Marine Corps Gen. Joe Dunford, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, told reporters that Russia remains the most capable state actor that could challenge the United States.
NATO Aims to Transform Military Capacity, Alliance Official Says
Dunford Joins Fellow NATO Chiefs of Defense in Security Meetings
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Social Media Offers Tools to Improve Mental Health, Reduce Suicide
White House Fellow Robert Accordino discusses suicide prevention and Army Secretary Eric Fanning's symposium on suicide prevention and social media.
New DARPA Technology Could Simplify Secure Data Sharing
SHARE aims to create a system where secure information could be processed on a handheld device without needing to route traffic through secure data centers.
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