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Topic - Special Forces
An underwater combat training school in Key West is marking its 50th anniversary.
More than 50 years after their father left home, the children of Staff Sgt. Lawrence Woods are preparing to say their final goodbyes.
Nearly five years ago, Sgt. Maj. Jerry W. Hochstedler's life changed forever when he was severely wounded in combat in Afghanistan.
To maintain its relevance in a post-Afghanistan world, the U.S. Army is learning to make new friends.
Diane Kruger loves making smaller-budget European movies, partly because the experience is more authentic than shooting Hollywood blockbusters. Just don't ask her to sleep in a yurt.
Robert M. Gates is on his farewell lap as secre -tary of defense and is making his final speeches to the service academies. He also seems to be debating himself in the process. He made the following remarks to Army cadets at West Point:
An American jailed in Pakistan for the fatal shooting of two armed men was working secretly for the CIA and scouting a neighborhood when he was arrested, a disclosure likely to further frustrate U.S. efforts to free the man and strain relations between the two countries.
Special-operations troops think the elite force is facing difficulties by accepting open gays into one of the military's more politically conservative communities.