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Retirees, VA Disability Recipients to Get Biggest Pay Raise Since 2012
by Jim Absher
Military retirees and those who receive disability checks will see a 2 percent pay raise in their monthly paychecks in 2018.
Vets Must Apply Online for New VA ID Card
by Amy Bushatz
Honorably discharged veterans will be able to apply online by registering with the VA and uploading a photo, officials said.
Army Eyeing 6.5mm for Its Future Battle Rifle
The Army chief of staff says future soldiers will be armed with weapons capable of delivering far greater lethality than ones.
Last C-130H Leaves Air Force's Active-Duty Inventory
The Air Force said farewell to its last C-130H active-duty squadron in Japan.
Investigation: 'Catastrophic Engine Failure' Totaled Harrier at Sea
An AV-8B Harrier that caught fire as it was launching from an amphibious ship last year was the victim of an engine failure.
Supreme Court Won't Take Case of Alleged USS Cole Mastermind
by Carol Rosenberg
The U.S. Supreme Court declined to consider a pretrial challenge to the war court brought by defendant Abd al Rahim al Nashiri.
Somalia Truck Bombing Toll Over 300 as Funerals Begin
by Abdi Guled
The death toll from Saturday's truck bombing in Somalia's capital is now over 300.
At Least 231 Killed by Blast in Somalia's Capital
by Abdi Guled
Somalia's government is blaming the al-Qaida-linked al-Shabab extremist group for the attack it has called a "national disaster."
US-backed Fighters Begin Final Attack in Syria's Raqqa
The attack comes a day after the U.S.-led coalition said that Syrian ISIS fighters and civilians would be allowed to leave Raqqa.
Hostage Release Not a Cure for Damaged US-Pakistan Ties
by Matthew Pennington
U.S. officials have long accused Pakistan of turning a blind eye -- or even assisting -- the Taliban and its allies.