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Sen. Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, the Senate minority leader, said Wednesday that in supporting Ukraine, the U.S. is lining up against all its chief adversaries.
A government shutdown would slow the pace of replacing weapons stockpiles sent to Ukraine, the Defense Department’s comptroller said, especially if new money for the war against Russia is left out of the ultimate spending package.
|‘The American Spirit Still Shines’: Military Leaders Remember 9/11 Attack at the Pentagon “As the years go by, it may feel that the world is moving on, or even forgetting what happened here,” Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said Monday morning during a ceremony at the Pentagon’s 9/11 memorial. “But please know this: The men and women of the Department of Defense will always remember.”|
Congress May Create Medal to Honor Heroic Military Dogs
A new decoration that would honor military working dogs is included in the House version of the annual defense bill.
|Officials announced they uncovered a human trafficking network in the country that was created to recruit Cubans for fighting in Ukraine.|
The are many stories about the military that have been forgotten, but I interviewed four WWII veterans for my new book, and they are amazing. Each one had a near death experience. They didn’t do anything heroic, but put their lives on the line.
The book is called, Signs of Hope for the Military: In and Out of the Trenches of Life.
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