New search for ship lost off Bahamas in Hurricane Joaquin

NASSAU, Bahamas (AP) — Aircraft returned to the southeastern Bahamas early Sunday to resume the search for a U.S. cargo ship with 33 people on board that lost power and communications when it was caught in...

Air Force Academy superintendent Michelle Johnson: All of our cadets go pro

By: Lt. Gen. Michelle Johnson, U.S. Air Force Academy

I love sports - the competition, the teamwork, the athleticism. Our twin boys even humor me when I'm not traveling, and we go shoot hoops, throw the ball, or even see who can do the most flips and twists on the...

Cameron: Britain will get more drones to fight extremists

LONDON (AP) — Prime Minister David Cameron says Britain will get 20 more drones and strengthen its special forces as Britain tries to help quell the growth of the Islamic State group in Syria and Iraq.


NY Air Guard base's HQ being renamed for ex-wing commander

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) — The headquarters of the New York Air National Guard's 174th Attack Wing is being renamed in honor of a World War II veteran who commanded the unit for nearly 20 years.

A ceremony will be...

Military Update: Conferees shape leaner budget for pay, benefits

By: Tom Philpott Military Update

Military members and families have little to cheer from compromises House and Senate conferees have reached as they finalized details of key personnel provisions in the fiscal 2016 defense authorization...

Scammers posing as soldiers are at it again, Army warns


Scammers posing as soldiers are again out in force looking for love online, the Army's Criminal Investigation Command reports.

In a news release, the command said it is getting frequent complaints from women...

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CC to hold vet events during homecoming

Colorado College will host events for the school's veterans along with its annual homecoming events.

At 9:30 a.m. Friday at the Cornerstone Arts Center, professor...

Air Force Academy superintendent looks back on her first two years on the job


In her first days on the job at the Air Force Academy, Lt. Gen. Michelle Johnson found herself justifying the school's existence amid a Pentagon budget crunch and a looming government shutdown.

Two years...