Candlelites

Everything from Everywhere

military - Search

military Searched between all the resources and sites across the web. To view the full text news click on the links searched. All links are displayed with the source site.



shop my exchange


serving the best customers in the world for over 119 years (1895 - present). the shop my exchange app not only supports active-duty service members, but also military retirees and families. the shop my exchange app offers products in every category and the same national brand merchandise found in brick-and-mortar stores. the shop my exchange's app ortment is updated continually, offering convenience for those who don't live near a military installation. app shoppers pay no sales tax and enjoy free delivery when using a military star card or when their online purchases total $49 or more. millions of items available.






nigerian gunmen attack convoy on northeast highway, 7 killed


maiduguri, nigeria — gunmen believed to be nigeria's boko haram islamic extremists attacked a convoy of motorists along a recently secured highway, killing at least seven people and injuring many others, including soldiers in a military escort, witnesses said.the maiduguri-biu highway has been one of the most dangerous routes in northeastern nigeria for three years because of boko haram attacks. the nigeria military recaptured it last year and declared it safe, but the military escorts motorists moving in convoy along the road.eyewitness, dauda pambe, said he was among the travelers guarded by soldiers when gunmen launched the ambush attack on urday."we were somewhere between bulabulin and dogonwaya villages when the boko haram gunmen opened fire on the vehicles ahead of us in the convoy,"






2 scary acronyms in a military town: brac and rif


two acronyms have popped up in the news that are scary for a military town like san diego: brac and rif. two heavy-hitter congressmen say they want to put base closures back on the table. adam smith, a washington state democrat on the house armed services committee, said he’ll introduce a bill...






philippine airstrikes kill suspected indonesian militant


manila, philippines — the philippine military chief says a suspected indonesian militant has been killed and one of southeast asia's top terror suspects is fighting for his life after they were hit in airstrikes in the country's south.military chief of staff gen. eduardo ano said sunday the body of the suspected indonesian, known by his nom de guerre mohisen, was recovered by troops along with three filipino followers of militant leader isnilon hapilon, who was seriously wounded in the hilly outskirts of butig town in lanao del sur province.ano tells the ociated press hapilon was wounded in the arm and was losing blood. air force warplanes, including south korean-made fa50 fighter jets deployed in a combat mission for the first time, unleashed 500-pound (225-kilogram) bombs on wednesday an






trump signs orders to limit refugees, review military readiness


the trump administration has instructed the pentagon to carry out a top-to-bottom review of the nation’s military, and draw up a list of plans to upgrade equipment, improve training, and address current and future threats with an increased budget. the executive action, signed friday during president trump’s first visit to the pentagon, follows through on a paign pledge to build up the military, which trump says was ignored under the obama administration. “i’m signing an executive action to begin a great rebuilding of the armed services of the united states, developing a plan for new planes, new ships, new resources and new tools for our men and women in uniform,”  he said in a brief address to a crowd made up of civilians and uniformed service members. “our military strength will be qu






trump signs order to limit refugees, review miliary readiness


the trump administration has instructed the pentagon to carry out a top-to-bottom review of the nation’s military, and draw up a list of plans to upgrade equipment, improve training, and address current and future threats with an increased budget. the executive action, signed friday during president trump’s first visit to the pentagon, follows through on a paign pledge to build up the military, which trump says was ignored under the obama administration. “i’m signing an executive action to begin a great rebuilding of the armed services of the united states, developing a plan for new planes, new ships, new resources and new tools for our men and women in uniform,”  he said in a brief address to a crowd made up of civilians and uniformed service members. “our military strength will be qu






confusion and consternation at home and abroad over trump's order restricting re


the trump administration has instructed the pentagon to carry out a top-to-bottom review of the nation’s military, and draw up a list of plans to upgrade equipment, improve training, and address current and future threats with an increased budget. the executive action, signed friday during president trump’s first visit to the pentagon, follows through on a paign pledge to build up the military, which trump says was ignored under the obama administration. “i’m signing an executive action to begin a great rebuilding of the armed services of the united states, developing a plan for new planes, new ships, new resources and new tools for our men and women in uniform,”  he said in a brief address to a crowd made up of civilians and uniformed service members. “our military strength will be qu






judges block parts of trump's order restricting refugees, banning some visitors


the trump administration has instructed the pentagon to carry out a top-to-bottom review of the nation’s military, and draw up a list of plans to upgrade equipment, improve training, and address current and future threats with an increased budget. the executive action, signed friday during president trump’s first visit to the pentagon, follows through on a paign pledge to build up the military, which trump says was ignored under the obama administration. “i’m signing an executive action to begin a great rebuilding of the armed services of the united states, developing a plan for new planes, new ships, new resources and new tools for our men and women in uniform,”  he said in a brief address to a crowd made up of civilians and uniformed service members. “our military strength will be qu






judges block parts of trump's order restricting refugees, banning some visitors


the trump administration has instructed the pentagon to carry out a top-to-bottom review of the nation’s military, and draw up a list of plans to upgrade equipment, improve training, and address current and future threats with an increased budget. the executive action, signed friday during president trump’s first visit to the pentagon, follows through on a paign pledge to build up the military, which trump says was ignored under the obama administration. “i’m signing an executive action to begin a great rebuilding of the armed services of the united states, developing a plan for new planes, new ships, new resources and new tools for our men and women in uniform,”  he said in a brief address to a crowd made up of civilians and uniformed service members. “our military strength will be qu






duterte asks us not to store weapons in philippine ps


manila, philippines — philippine president rodrigo duterte asked the united states on sunday not to store weapons in local ps under a defense pact, saying his country may get entangled if fighting erupts between china and the u.s.duterte said in a news conference that he would consider abrogating a 2014 defense pact that allows u.s. forces to temporarily station in designated philippine ps if the americans build weapon depots in those en pments."they're unloading arms in the philippines now," duterte said, identifying three areas where u.s. forces were supposedly bringing in their armaments, including the western philippine province of palawan, which faces the disputed south china sea."i'm serving notice to the armed forces of the united states, do not do it, i will not allow it," duterte






one u.s. commando dead, four wounded in raid on al qaeda in yemen


a u.s. special operations commando was killed and three others injured in a firefight during a predawn raid with al qaeda fighters in central yemen, according to the u.s. military. the raid marked the first known counterterrorism operation and first confirmed combat fatality under president trump. “we are deeply saddened by the loss of one of our elite service members,” gen. joseph votel, the head of the u.s. central command, said in a statement. “the sacrifices are very profound in our fight against terrorists who threaten innocent peoples across the globe.” during the operation, forces grabbed a cache of the militants' laptops, cell phones and other materials, which was what u.s. commanders were seeking in the rare on-the-ground siege against al qaeda in the arabian peninsula, known






one u.s. commando dead, four wounded in raid on al qaeda in yemen


a u.s. special operations commando was killed and three others injured in a firefight during a predawn raid with al qaeda fighters in central yemen, according to the u.s. military. the raid marked the first known counterterrorism operation and first confirmed combat fatality under president trump. “we are deeply saddened by the loss of one of our elite service members,” gen. joseph votel, the head of the u.s. central command, said in a statement. “the sacrifices are very profound in our fight against terrorists who threaten innocent peoples across the globe.” during the raid, a v-22 osprey tiltrotor aircraft that was isting in the operation crash-landed at a nearby location, resulting in an additional service member injury, said a u.s. official, who wasn’t authorized to speak publicly






one u.s. commando dead, four wounded in raid on al qaeda in yemen


a u.s. special operations commando was killed and three others injured in a firefight during a predawn raid on al qaeda fighters in central yemen, according to the u.s. military. the raid marked the first known counterterrorism operation and first confirmed combat fatality under president trump. “we are deeply saddened by the loss of one of our elite service members,” gen. joseph votel, the head of the u.s. central command, said in a statement. “the sacrifices are very profound in our fight against terrorists who threaten innocent peoples across the globe.” as the u.s. forces began their ault on the al qaeda compound in bayda province, they engaged in an intense firefight left at least 14 militants dead, said a u.s. official, who wasn’t authorized to speak publicly on the secret missio






duterte asks us not to store weapons in philippine ps


manila, philippines (ap) — philippine president rodrigo duterte asked the united states on sunday not to store weapons in local ps under a defense pact, saying his country may get entangled if fighting erupts between china and the u.s.duterte said in a news conference that he would consider abrogating a 2014 defense pact that allows u.s. forces to temporarily station in designated philippine ps if the americans build weapon depots in those en pments.“they’re unloading arms in the philippines now,” duterte said, identifying three areas where u.s. forces were supposedly bringing in their armaments, including the western philippine province of palawan, which faces the disputed south china sea.“i’m serving notice to the armed forces of the united states, do not do it, i will not allow it,” dut






white house seems to back away from part of new refugee plan amid gop backlash


a u.s. special operations commando was killed and three others injured in a firefight during a predawn raid on al qaeda fighters in central yemen, according to the u.s. military. the raid marked the first known counterterrorism operation and first confirmed combat fatality under president trump. “we are deeply saddened by the loss of one of our elite service members,” gen. joseph votel, the head of the u.s. central command, said in a statement. “the sacrifices are very profound in our fight against terrorists who threaten innocent peoples across the globe.” as the u.s. forces began their ault on the al qaeda compound in shabwa province, they engaged in an intense firefight left at least 14 militants dead, said a u.s. official, who wasn’t authorized to speak publicly on the secret missi






the new a-team: agile teams of machines


sylvester kaczmarekcrunch network contributorsylvester kaczmarek is an award-winning entrepreneur and product leader with more than a decade of international, quality-driven it industry experience. how to join the networkone of the most popular shows on television 30 years ago was “the a-team” — the story of five rogue military commandos who teamed together to form an elite fighting unit. now, a generation later, darpa and the u.s. military are in search of a new “a-team” — only this team won’t be comprised of just humans, it will include a few machines, as well.a-team refers to “agile team,” which darpa refers to as hybrid teams of humans teamed with intelligent machines. what darpa recognizes is that intelligent machines are not just “agents” carrying out the simple commands of humans, b






trump's revamp of top advisors reflects the rise of controversial aide steve ban


president trump is revamping the advisory circle of national security experts in his white house, and the new configuration reflects the sharp rise of his controversial aide steve bannon. bannon, trump’s chief strategist, is now invited to sit in on all meetings of the national security council, while key experts like the director of national intelligence and chairman of the joint military chiefs will only participate when specifically summoned. the decision is raising questions in national security circles. bannon is the former head of the right-wing breitbart news website who declared last week that the news media should be considered “the opposition party” during the trump era. bannon was a key link for trump with the nationalist “alt-right” movement during the paign. “stone-cold cr






trump's revamp of top advisors reflects the rise of controversial aide steve ban


president trump is revamping the advisory circle of national security experts in his white house, and the new configuration reflects the sharp rise of his controversial aide steve bannon. bannon, trump’s chief strategist, is now invited to sit in on all meetings of the national security council, while key experts like the director of national intelligence and chairman of the joint military chiefs will only participate when specifically summoned. the decision is raising questions in national security circles. bannon is the former head of the right-wing breitbart news website who declared last week that the news media should be considered “the opposition party” during the trump era. bannon was a key link for trump with the nationalist “alt-right” movement during the paign. “stone-cold cr






us spy veterans decry trump’s immigration ban


president donald trump’s temporary ban on immigrants from seven muslim-majority nations takes a major recruiting tool out of the hands of u.s. spy handlers, say a growing number of intelligence veterans. for decades, cia and u.s. military intelligence spy recruiters have held out the promise of eventual resettlement in america to induce foreigners to turn coat…






philippine airstrikes kill suspected indonesian militant


manila, philippines — a suspected indonesian militant has been killed and one of southeast asia's top terror suspects is fighting for his life after they were hit in philippine airstrikes at the start of a covert offensive in the country's south, the military chief said sunday.military chief of staff gen. eduardo ano said the body of the suspected indonesian, known by his nom de guerre mohisen, was recovered by troops along with three slain filipino followers of militant leader isnilon hapilon, who was seriously wounded in the hilly outskirts of butig town in lanao del sur province.hapilon was wounded in the arm and was losing blood after air force warplanes, including south korean-made fa50 fighter jets, unleashed 500-pound (225-kilogram) bombs wednesday night and thursday on a militant e






yemeni officials: us make surprise raid, killing 3


sanaa, yemen — u.s. forces launched a raid in central yemen on sunday, security and tribal officials said, landing troops off of aircraft and killing three alleged senior al-qaida leaders in a battle that was the third such u.s. ground enga ent against the extremist group in yemen.the surprise dawn attack in bayda province killed abdul-raouf al-dhahab, sultan al-dhahab, and seif al-nims, they said. the al-dhahab family is considered an ally of al-qaida, which security forces say is concentrated in bayda province. a third family member, tarek al-dhahab, was killed in a previous u.s. drone strike years ago.the fighting lasted around 45 minutes and the u.s. troops killed or wounded some two dozen men, including some saudis present at the site, according to the yemeni officials — who spoke on






u.s. service member killed in yemen raid


a u.s. service member was killed and several were wounded in a raid urday against al qaeda militants in yemen that marked the first commando operation authorized by president donald trump.three u.s. special operations forces were wounded in the raid, which took place in a remote location in south-central yemen, according to u.s. military officials. two other american service members were injured when an american v-22 osprey...






islamic state-linked terror leader seriously injured in philippine airstrikes


a suspected indonesian militant was killed and one of southeast asia’s top terror suspects was seriously wounded as the philippines launched airstrikes using south korean-made jet fighters for the first time in combat, officials said sunday.philippine military chief of staff gen. eduardo ano said the body of the suspected indonesian militant—known by his nom de guerre mohisen—was recovered by troops, along with three dead filipino...






2 scary acronyms in a military town: brac and rif


two acronyms have popped up in the news that are scary for a military town like san diego: brac and rif.two heavy-hitter congressmen say they want to put base closures back on the table.adam smith, a washington state democrat on the house armed services committee, said he’ll introduce a bill to give the pentagon the authority to conduct another round of base realignment and closure discussions, known as brac, in 2019."we should not be wasting hard-earned taxpayer money to maintain excess infrastructure that dod has determined it does not need," smith said in a statement. "it is time to do what's right for defense and move forward with this process."arizona sen. john mccain, the republican who chairs the senate armed services committee, apparently agrees."we need to talk about it, i think i






yemeni officials: us makes surprise raid, killing 3


sanaa, yemen — u.s. forces launched a raid in central yemen on sunday, security and tribal officials said, landing troops off of aircraft and killing three alleged senior al-qaida leaders in a battle that was the third such u.s. ground enga ent against the extremist group in yemen.the surprise dawn attack in bayda province killed abdul-raouf al-dhahab, sultan al-dhahab, and seif al-nims, they said. the al-dhahab family is considered an ally of al-qaida, which security forces say is concentrated in bayda province. a third family member, tarek al-dhahab, was killed in a previous u.s. drone strike years ago. it was not immediately clear whether the family members were actual members of al-qaida.the fighting lasted around 45 minutes and the u.s. troops killed or wounded some two dozen men, inc






philippines: airstrikes killed 15 is group-linked militants


manila, philippines — philippine airstrikes have killed 15 muslim militants linked to the islamic state group, including a suspected indonesian militant, while one of southeast asia's top terror suspects was seriously wounded in the country's south, the military chief said sunday.military chief of staff gen. eduardo ano said the body of the suspected indonesian militant, known by his nom de guerre mohisen, was recovered by troops along with three dead filipino followers of militant leader isnilon hapilon, who was seriously wounded in the hilly outskirts of butig town in lanao del sur province.eleven other militants were reportedly killed, ano said, citing intelligence, but added their bodies have not been found.hapilon was wounded in the arm and was losing blood after air force aircraft, i






report: children held by kurdish forces allege torture


irbil, iraq — children detained by iraq's kurdistan regional government on suspicion that they have connections to the islamic state group are alleging they were tortured, according to a report from an international human rights group published sunday.the children — who have not been formally charged with a crime — recount being held in stress positions, burned with cigarettes, shocked with electricity and beaten with plastic pipes, according to human rights watch, a new york based international watchdog.more than 180 boys under the age of 18 are currently being held, hrw estimates, and government officials have not informed their families where they are, increasing the likelihood the children could be disappeared.the rights group says they interviewed 19 boys aged 11 to 17 while they were






philippine airstrikes kill suspected indonesian militant


manila, philippines — a suspected indonesian militant was killed and one of southeast asia's top terror suspects was seriously wounded as the philippines launched airstrikes using south korean-made fighter jets for the first time in combat, the military chief said sunday.military chief of staff gen. eduardo ano said the body of the suspected indonesian militant, known by his nom de guerre mohisen, was recovered by troops along with three dead filipino followers of militant leader isnilon hapilon, who was seriously wounded in the hilly outskirts of butig town in lanao del sur province.eleven other militants were reportedly killed, ano said, citing intelligence, but added their bodies have not been found.hapilon was wounded in the arm and was losing blood after air force aircraft, including






philippine airstrikes kill suspected indonesian militant


manila, philippines (ap) — a suspected indonesian militant has been killed and one of southeast asia’s top terror suspects is fighting for his life after they were hit in philippine airstrikes at the start of a covert offensive in the country’s south, the military chief said sunday.military chief of staff gen. eduardo ano said the body of the suspected indonesian, known by his nom de guerre mohisen, was recovered by troops along with three slain filipino followers of militant leader isnilon hapilon, who was seriously wounded in the hilly outskirts of butig town in lanao del sur province.hapilon was wounded in the arm and was losing blood after air force warplanes, including south korean-made fa50 fighter jets, unleashed 500-pound (225-kilogram) bombs wednesday night and thursday on a milit






legendary fighters


become a fighter ace. legendary fighters is an amazing game with 3d g hics, that mixes arcade style with characteristics of combat flight simulation. inspired in 60's jet era, the game brings the experience of dogfight in immersive environment and pit view. pit view. aerial combat missions. 9 flyable fighters (8 on store). strike and close support missions. xp system for military rank. intuitive controls. clean interface. become a fighter ace.






ban could hurt u.s.-iraqi ties, diplomats say


president donald trump’s inclusion of iraq in the temporary ban on foreign nationals entering the u.s. has alarmed american diplomats who warn it risks upending delicate military, political and business ties at a time when islamic state is on the cusp of defeat in the country.the backlash over the executive order intensified on sunday with iraqi lawmakers calling on their own government to retaliate by banning u.s. citizens from entering iraq. influential iran-backed shiite militias, which are helping fight the sunni...






report: children held by kurdish forces allege torture


irbil, iraq (ap) — children detained by iraq’s kurdistan regional government on suspicion that they have connections to the islamic state group are alleging they were tortured, according to a report from an international human rights group published sunday.the children — who have not been formally charged with a crime — recount being held in stress positions, burned with cigarettes, shocked with electricity and beaten with plastic pipes, according to human rights watch, a new york based international watchdog.more than 180 boys under the age of 18 are currently being held, hrw estimates, and government officials have not informed their families where they are, increasing the likelihood the children could be disappeared.the rights group says they interviewed 19 boys aged 11 to 17 while they






yemen officials: u.s. makes surprise raid, killing alleged al qaeda leaders


sanaa, yemen -- u.s. forces launched a raid in central yemen on sunday, security and tribal officials said, landing troops off of aircraft and killing three alleged senior al qaeda leaders in a battle that was the third such u.s. ground enga ent against the extremist group in yemen.cbs news national security correspondent david martin confirms the raid took place and there may be one american casualty.   the surprise dawn attack in bayda province killed abdul-raouf al-dhahab, sultan al-dhahab, and seif al-nims, they said. the al-dhahab family is considered an ally of al qaeda, which security forces say is concentrated in bayda province. a third family member, tarek al-dhahab, was killed in a previous u.s. drone strike years ago. it was not immediately clear whether the family members were






philippine airstrikes kill suspected indonesian militant


manila, philippines (ap) — a suspected indonesian militant was killed and one of southeast asia’s top terror suspects was seriously wounded as the philippines launched airstrikes using south korean-made fighter jets for the first time in combat, the military chief said sunday.military chief of staff gen. eduardo ano said the body of the suspected indonesian militant, known by his nom de guerre mohisen, was recovered by troops along with three dead filipino followers of militant leader isnilon hapilon, who was seriously wounded in the hilly outskirts of butig town in lanao del sur province.eleven other militants were reportedly killed, ano said, citing intelligence, but added their bodies have not been found.hapilon was wounded in the arm and was losing blood after air force aircraft, inclu






1 us service member killed, 3 wounded in yemen raid


sanaa, yemen — the u.s. military said sunday that one service member was killed and three others wounded in a raid in yemen targeting its local al-qaida branch, marking the first-known combat death of a member of the u.s. military under president donald trump's new administration.u.s. central command said in a statement that a fourth service member was injured in a "hard landing" in a nearby location. the aircraft was unable to fly afterward and was "intentionally destroyed."the central command statement said 14 militants from al-qaida's branch in yemen, formally known as "al-qaida in the arabian peninsula," were killed in the ault and that u.s. service members taking part in the raid captured "information that will likely provide insight into the planning of future terror plots."yemeni se






yemeni officials: us make surprise raid, killing 3


sanaa, yemen (ap) — u.s. forces launched a raid in central yemen on sunday, security and tribal officials said, landing troops off of aircraft and killing three alleged senior al-qaida leaders in a battle that was the third such u.s. ground enga ent against the extremist group in yemen.the surprise dawn attack in bayda province killed abdul-raouf al-dhahab, sultan al-dhahab, and seif al-nims, they said. the al-dhahab family is considered an ally of al-qaida, which security forces say is concentrated in bayda province. a third family member, tarek al-dhahab, was killed in a previous u.s. drone strike years ago.the fighting lasted around 45 minutes and the u.s. troops killed or wounded some two dozen men, including some saudis present at the site, according to the yemeni officials — who spok






questions remain about top military officer’s removal as replacement ‘double-hat


as the mystery continues around the removal of vice-admiral mark norman from his job as second-in-command of the canadian forces, analysts and military insiders say a permanent replacement for the key position needs to be soon found.but canada’s top soldier is confident that vice-admiral ron lloyd, who is now leading both the royal canadian navy and acting as vice chief of the defence staff in the wake of norman’s removal, can handle both jobs.in an unprecedented move, norman, who had served as vice chief of the defence staff since august, was temporarily removed from command on jan. 13 by chief of the defence staff gen. jon vance.no explanation was provided and vance, in a statement, said he couldn’t discuss any details because of “privacy considerations.”he named lloyd, the head of the n






u.s. servicemember killed in yemen raid


breaking news.(p o: usa today)one u.s. servicemember was killed and three were wounded in connection with a raid against al-qaeda militants in yemen, the pentagon said sunday.the urday raid resulted in the deaths of 14 militants and the capture of critical intelligence, according to u.s. central command, which oversees u.s. military operations in the middle east.it was first combat death under the administration of president trump.a u.s. military aircraft involved in the raid experienced a “hard landing” and had to be destroyed to avoid having it fall into enemy hands. the incident resulted in additional injuries, according to a central command statement.“this is one in a series of aggressive moves against terrorist planners in yemen and worldwide,” the statement said. “similar operations






u.s. servicemember killed in yemen raid


breaking news.(p o: usa today)one u.s. servicemember was killed and three were wounded in connection with a raid against al-qaeda militants in yemen, the pentagon said sunday.the urday raid resulted in the deaths of 14 militants and the capture of critical intelligence, according to u.s. central command, which oversees u.s. military operations in the middle east.it was first combat death under the administration of president trump.a u.s. military aircraft involved in the raid experienced a “hard landing” and had to be destroyed to avoid having it fall into enemy hands. the incident resulted in additional injuries, according to a central command statement.“this is one in a series of aggressive moves against terrorist planners in yemen and worldwide,” the statement said. “similar operations






yemeni officials: us makes surprise raid, killing 3


sanaa, yemen (ap) — u.s. forces launched a raid in central yemen on sunday, security and tribal officials said, landing troops off of aircraft and killing three alleged senior al-qaida leaders in a battle that was the third such u.s. ground enga ent against the extremist group in yemen.the surprise dawn attack in bayda province killed abdul-raouf al-dhahab, sultan al-dhahab, and seif al-nims, they said. the al-dhahab family is considered an ally of al-qaida, which security forces say is concentrated in bayda province. a third family member, tarek al-dhahab, was killed in a previous u.s. drone strike years ago. it was not immediately clear whether the family members were actual members of al-qaida.the fighting lasted around 45 minutes and the u.s. troops killed or wounded some two dozen men






u.s. service member killed, 3 wounded in surprise yemen raid


sanaa, yemen -- the u.s. military said sunday that one service member was killed and three others wounded in a raid in yemen targeting its local al qaeda branch, marking the first-known combat death of a u.s. soldier under president donald trump’s new administration.a u.s. military officer told cbs news the raid was approved by mr. trump.    u.s. central command said in a statement that a fourth service member was injured in a “hard landing” in a nearby location. the aircraft - an mv-22 osprey, cbs news correspondent david martin confirms - was unable to fly afterward and was “intentionally destroyed.”the central command statement said 14 militants from al qaeda’s branch in yemen, formally known as “al qaeda in the arabian peninsula,” were killed in the ault and that u.s. service members t






flight simulator online 14 hd


flight simulator x 2014 is the most a nced simulation already developed for android. we have been improving the physics for years, and finally we are proud to announce our flight simulator. prepare for the real experience of flying a aircraft over new york city. choose one of the most famous airports in the world and fly with more than 16 aircrafts, over 400 different missions. the game also simulates weather conditions, with clear sky, thunderstorms, turbulence and more. become a airliner pilot, freelance pilot, military skilled pilot or a acrobatic pilot. your choice. we created 4 separate sets of planes: learning aircrafts- commercial aircrafts- cargo and transportation aircraft- military jetsthose are the planes you can choose: boeing 747-400- boeing 757- boeing 707- airbus a320- ce






trump sets 5-year and lifetime lobbying ban for officials


president donald trump is imposing a lifetime ban on administration officials lobbying for foreign governments, and a five-year ban for other lobbying.trump used his executive authority urday to put in place the bans — fulfilling part of his paign pledge to "drain the swamp" in washington.trump has said that those who want to work for him should focus on the job they'll be doing for the american people, and not on future income earned by peddling their influence after serving in government.administration officials describe the bans as historic in scope. but it's not immediately clear how they'd be enforced.trump also took a separate action to restructure the national security council ask military advisers to prepare a plan to defeat the islamic state group. ociated press






military: first-known combat death since trump in office


sanaa, yemen — the u.s. military said sunday that one service member was killed and three others wounded in a raid in yemen targeting its local al-qaida branch, marking the first-known combat death of a member of the u.s. military under president donald trump.the raid left about 30 people dead, including women and children, according to an al-qaida official and a news service linked to the terror group. one of the children killed was nora, the 8-year-old daughter of anwar al-awlaki, a radical yemeni-american cleric killed in a u.s. airstrike in yemen in 2011, according to the 's grandfather.n er al-awlaki told the ociated press that nora was visiting her mother when the surprise pre-dawn raid took place on sunday.u.s. central command said in a statement that a fourth service member was inj






trump sets 5-year and lifetime lobbying ban for officials


washington — president donald trump is imposing a lifetime ban on administration officials lobbying for foreign governments, and a five-year ban for other lobbying.trump used his executive authority urday to put in place the bans — fulfilling part of his paign pledge to "drain the swamp" in washington.trump has said that those who want to work for him should focus on the job they'll be doing for the american people, and not on future income earned by peddling their influence after serving in government.administration officials describe the bans as historic in scope. but it's not immediately clear how they'd be enforced.trump also took a separate action to restructure the national security council ask military advisers to prepare a plan to defeat the islamic state group.






military: first-known combat death since trump in office


sanaa, yemen — a u.s. military service member was killed sunday during a raid against al-qaida militants in central yemen that also left nearly 30 others dead, including women and children. the loss of the service member is the first-known combat death of a member of the u.s. military under president donald trump.the u.s. has been striking al-qaida in yemen from the air for more than 15 years, mostly using drones, and sunday's surprise pre-dawn raid could signal a new escalation against extremist groups in the arab world's poorest but strategically located country.an al-qaida official and an online news service linked to the terror group said the raid left about 30 people dead. among the children killed was anwar, the 8-year-old daughter of anwar al-awlaki, a radical yemeni-american cleric






wwii museum acquires german document demanding us surrender


natick, m . — a suburban boston museum with a huge trove of world war ii-era items has acquired two key documents, including one from the germans demanding the u.s. surrender.the natick-based museum of world war ii says the latest additions "epitomize the american spirit at the end of the war."the museum says it acquired the english version o erman letter demanding the u.s. surrender at bastogne, belgium, in 1944.that demand prompted u.s. gen. anthony mcauliffe's legendary retort: "nuts!"mcauliffe and the 101st airborne division were able to hold bastogne during the battle of the bulge, considered one of the u.s. military's greatest triumphs.the museum says it's also acquired an original and previously unknown mimeog hed period copy of the potsdam proclamation, which had called for japan's






iraqi man held at jfk was us military interpreter who was coming here because so


an iraqi man who was held overnight at jfk airport is a department of defense employees who e with his family to the u.s, to seek treatment for a liver ailment.hameed khalid darweesh was released urday afternoon after he had been detained by immigration officials acting on orders from the white house which issued a friday night ban on immigrants coming in from seven muslim-majority countries.darweesh explained that he as an interpreter for the army’s 101st airborne division in baghdad and mosul after the invasion of iraq  in 2003.at a press conference, darweesh said he had turned over his p port and was taken aside as his family was allowed in the country.under pressure from the press, several democratic lawmakers and his attorney’s who filed a suit in his name, darweesh was finally releas






jordan king to visit us, 3 days after trump's refugee ban


amman, jordan — jordan's king abdullah ii is to begin a working visit to washington on monday, three days after president donald trump temporarily banned entry to the u.s. from seven muslim-majority countries and suspended the refugee resettlement program.state media have said the king would meet with administration officials and members of congress, but did not mention a white house visit.pro-western jordan isn't among the countries slapped with the 90-day travel ban, imposed over security concerns, but views refugee resettlement to the u.s. and other countries as a way of easing its own burden; jordan hosts more than 650,000 displaced syrians.analyst fahed khitan said sunday that a possible u.s. shift in the military paign against islamic state extremists will likely be an issue. jordan






military: first-known combat death since trump in office


sanaa, yemen — a u.s. military service member was killed sunday during a raid against al-qaida militants in central yemen that also left nearly 30 others dead, including women and children. the loss of the service member is the first-known combat death of a member of the u.s. military under president donald trump.the u.s. has been striking al-qaida in yemen from the air for more than 15 years, mostly using drones, but has rarely put boots on the ground, and sunday's surprise pre-dawn raid could signal a new escalation against extremist groups in the arab world's poorest but strategically located country.an al-qaida official and an online news service linked to the terror group said the raid left about 30 people dead. among the children killed was nora, the 8-year-old daughter of anwar al-a