دموکرات اصرار پنتاگون به معکوس سیاست ممنوعیت تجاوز غرور بومی ملل پرچم

بیش از دو دوجین خانه دموکرات ها خواستار بازگشت از تجاوز غرور و مستقل بومی ملل مختلف پرچم در تاسیسات نظامی-و صریح ممنوعیت مؤتلفه پرچم. در نامه ارسالی دوشنبه به وزارت دفاع وزیر علامت Esper 34 قانونگذاران استدلال کرد که سیاست جدید او صادر شده در ماه گذشته — که در نظر گرفته شده برایContinue reading “دموکرات اصرار پنتاگون به معکوس سیاست ممنوعیت تجاوز غرور بومی ملل پرچم”

The Navy is Booting Two San Diego-Based Sailors Found Guilty in Separate Human Smuggling Cases

This article by Paul Szoldra originally appeared on Task & Purpose, a digital news and culture publication dedicated to military and veterans issues.  The Navy will discharge two San Diego-based sailors found guilty last month of smuggling immigrants who had illegally crossed the southern U.S. border with Mexico in exchange for cash. Petty Officer 3rdContinue reading “The Navy is Booting Two San Diego-Based Sailors Found Guilty in Separate Human Smuggling Cases”

Former Navy Quarterback, Having Recovered from COVID-19, Helping Combat Disease

Former Navy football standout Malcolm Perry is doing his part to combat coronavirus. Perry, who is now a member of the Miami Dolphins, acknowledged this week that he contracted and recovered from COVID-19. The Tennessee native, who reported to the Dolphins team facility on Monday, participated in a team initiative aimed at helping others recoverContinue reading “Former Navy Quarterback, Having Recovered from COVID-19, Helping Combat Disease”

German Defense Minister: Planned US Withdrawal ‘Regrettable’

BERLIN (AP) — Germany’s defense minister on Friday described the planned withdrawal of some 12,000 U.S. troops from her country as “regrettable,” while suggesting it underlines the need for Europe to do more for its own security. American defense leaders said Wednesday that the U.S. will bring about 6,400 troops home and shift about 5,600Continue reading “German Defense Minister: Planned US Withdrawal ‘Regrettable’”

Army’s Top General Says He’s Reassured Allies That US Troops Will Stay Out of Policing

Army Chief of Staff Gen. James McConville said Friday that he has sought to ease allies’ concerns about the U.S. military becoming involved in law enforcement actions in response to nationwide protests. “As we talk to other countries and other militaries, we have that discussion to make sure they understand that the purpose of theContinue reading “Army’s Top General Says He’s Reassured Allies That US Troops Will Stay Out of Policing”

Pentagon to Change Training Material that Labeled Journalists, Protesters ‘Adversaries’

Pentagon training materials on operational security that referred to journalists and protesters as “adversaries” will be changed to “avoid confusion,” Defense Department spokesman Jonathan Hoffman said Thursday. A new mandatory DoD training course built on materials developed in 2010 referred to journalists and protesters as “adversaries” in a module designed to teach employees to protectContinue reading “Pentagon to Change Training Material that Labeled Journalists, Protesters ‘Adversaries’”