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Latest Navy Items
The Pentagon is engaged in a behind-the-scenes political fight over efforts to soften, or entirely block, a new military-approved program to bolster U.S. forces in Asia.
As an observer on the national scene lo these many years, I have noted time and again that in a discussion of politics, the first person to inject the topic of race into the discussion is often the racist. Though that person almost always affects to be without bigotry, in fact, he invariably is a racist and hopes to emerge from the fracas as the moral colossus. Those who have followed the careers of the Rev. Jesse Jackson and his Holiness Al Sharpton will get my drift. These frauds would have to be debating George Wallace to be the lesser racists and, frankly, I think the contests would be too close to call.
Defense and foreign-policy issues, which have taken a back seat to economic issues so far in the Republican presidential race, are re-emerging - at least for now - as candidates have begun laying out their visions for the Pentagon budget, the war in Afghanistan and America's role in the world.
Navy entered Saturday's game having just hurdled the haunting memory of the botched extra point attempt that handed them a one-point loss against Air Force a week earlier. After another seemingly benign field goal kick went awry against Southern Miss, they'll have to do it all over again this week.
The New England Patriots released running back Eric Kettani from their practice squad Friday after he was ordered back to duty with the Navy.
Mitt Romney vowed Friday to push back against proposed cuts to defense spending.
Tim Jefferson has more wins as a starter than any quarterback in Air Force history. He's 24-11 when taking the first snaps.
A heated dispute about the construction of a naval base has brought into sharp focus South Korea's conflicted position between No. 1 security partner the United States and No. 1 trade partner China.
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin's decision to seek the presidency in 2012 raises the specter of increased tensions between Russia and the West and the possibility of the former KGB officer remaining in power until 2024.