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Bradley Manning nominated for Nobel Peace Prize

Bradley Manning, the U.S. Army private accused of leaking information to WikiLeaks, has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize by the group The Movement of the Icelandic Parliament.... Read more»

Last known WWI vet dies at 110

Florence Green, the world’s last known veteran of the First World War, passed away at the age of 110 in King's Lynn, England.... Read more»1

Buckmaster Show

Buckmaster: War clouds gather in Middle East

Today on Buckmaster - It's the Monday Political Face-Off featuring commentators Vince Rabago and John Munger. Plus, as war clouds gather in the Middle East, we talk with former Army Chief of Staff Gen. John Wickham.... Read more»

Air Force plans to cut 10,000 airmen

Air Force Secretary Michael Donley announced Friday that the Air Force will shed nearly 10,000 jobs next year, eliminating the positions of 3,900 on active duty, 5,100 Air National Guardsmen and 900 from the Air Force Reserve.... Read more»

Comic: Politics

The Retired Sergeants Club

The race is on to fill former U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords' congressional seat. ...... Read more»

Kyl, McCain propose bill to stop defense cuts

Republican senators proposed a plan that would spare the U.S. military from nearly $500 billion in automatic spending cuts next January by reducing the federal workforce instead.... Read more»

Greater support sought for vets on Az campuses

A Republican lawmaker wants to build on a new state law that allows community colleges and universities to be certified as “veteran supportive campuses.”... Read more»

Panetta: Troops to end combat role in Afghanistan in 2013

Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said Wednesday that U.S. troops in Afghanistan would step out of combat into an “advise-and-assist” role in Afghanistan as early as mid-2013.... Read more»

4 punished for blowing whistle on Dover AFB body handling

Four civilian employees at the Port Mortuary at Delaware's Dover Air Force Base were illegally punished after blowing the whistle on the mortuary’s mishandling of dead troops’ remains, the Office of Special Counsel said in a report sent to Air Force officials on Monday... Read more»

Specialized rehab rare for brain-injured soldiers

Although 230,000 soldiers have been diagnosed with traumatic brain injuries, only 20 at a time get advanced personalized rehabilitation at a new state-of-the-art treatment center — and they must stay in the military to do so. ... Read more»

Loophole in nuclear bill may create risk of terrorist bomb

Nuclear experts have told Congress that a loophole in a bill meant to limit the use of bomb-grade uranium in medical isotopes could undo years of work to curb the risk of a terrorist nuclear bomb.... Read more»


More factual fouls in latest Fla. GOP debate

The four GOP presidential candidates met for yet another debate. This one, the final debate prior to Florida's Jan. 31 primary, brought out false claims about immigration, health care, President Obama and terrorists seeking missile bases in Cuba.... Read more»

Is the FBI monitoring your Twitter, Facebook?

The Federal Bureau of Investigations is seeking to develop an early-warning system based on material "scraped" from social networks.... Read more»2

Army chief OK with brigade cuts

Army Chief of Staff Gen. Raymond Odierno said he is comfortable with the downsizing of his force, after the Pentagon announced it would be cutting the Army brigade.... Read more»

Giffords shares special bond with vet invited to State of the Union

Before Gabrielle Giffords inspired the nation, Brian Kolfage – who lost both legs and an arm in a 2004 mortar attack in Iraq – inspired her.... Read more»

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