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Deployed women who underwent "combat-like" experiences in Iraq and Afghanistan are much more likely to report sexual harassment and sexual assault compared with other deployed women, according to a new study.
The enemy doesn't stand still and wait to be shot. They sprint between houses and other available cover, often presenting as small a target as possible. Yet Marine Corps and U.S. Army combat training continues to focus on outdated techniques that largely involve stationary targets.
An insider attack by an Afghan in uniform on Thursday has killed one NATO servicemember, bringing the total to four dead in such attacks in less than a week after a lull of several months.
A committee of retired defense leaders and corporate officials is calling for base closures, reforming military retirement and health benefits and eliminating funding for unnecessary commissaries and exchanges as part of a plan to reduce DoD spending by $50 billion annually.