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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Stars And Stripes
The president's Marine One fleet of helicopters is getting an upgrade — a $1.24 billion upgrade. Sikorsky helicopters secured the multibillion-dollar contract with the Navy to build six test aircraft for the commander in chief, with the first to be completed by 2020.
As the war in Afghanistan begins to wind down, the Air Force foresees its resources shifting to Africa. Col. Kelly Passmore of the 449th Air Expeditionary Group commander at Camp Lemonnier said he believes it's already happening.
The head of U.S. Pacific Command believes America does not possess the capacity to conduct amphibious assaults in the wake of a crisis, as it did during World War II.
Japan gave the world samurai, but now one of its cities has banned "scary" tattoos on a beach frequented by American soldiers.
Stars and Stripes — long may it wave? Maybe not. The venerable newspaper that has reported independent news about the American military since the Civil War finds itself on the budget-cutting front lines.
New Army rules on grooming will mean recruits seeking to sign on the dotted line will first have to prove they don’t have tattoos that stretch past the elbow and that can be hidden under most shirts.
An estimated 100 U.S. citizens are trapped on U.S. military bases in Kuwait, unable to leave the post else face arrest — the victims of a Kuwaiti prime minister's sister-in-law who felt snubbed when a recent contract wrapped without renewal.
There was no mystery as to which team Varun Pemmaraju was supporting: His American flag was tied around his neck, the Stars and Stripes floating like a cape behind him.