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First Female UAE Pilot
Major Mariam Al Mansouri, 35, led the air strike against ISIS targets earlier this week.
Canadian military tests drones in High Arctic
The Canadian military is testing remotely piloted vehicles in the extreme conditions found in the High Arctic. The ground and air vehicles could be used for rescues and for mapping and hazard identification.
U.S. and Iran Unlikely Allies in Iraq Battle
BAGHDAD — With American bombs raining down from the sky, Shiite militia fighters aligned with Iran battled Sunni extremists over the weekend, punching through their defenses to break the weekslong siege of Amerli, a cluster of farming villages whose Shiit
The Real Reason USS Cowpens' Commanding Officer Was Fired
San Diego-based USS Cowpens, commanding officer Capt. Greg Gombert ensconced himself in his cabin for several weeks after becoming ill, putting a female officer in charge with whom Gombert had an “unduly familiar relationship," according to a Navy report.
Canada To Move Weapons Into Iraq To Bolster Kurdish Forces
OTTAWA - Two of Canada's military cargo planes will soon be ferrying weapons to Kurdish forces in northern Iraq — and the Harper government sounds prepared to do even more to counter the "barbarous attacks" of hard-line Islamic milita...
Kurdish Forces Say They Urgently Need More Weapons
The Kurdish fighters, also known as peshmerga, say they have yet to receive any new weaponry, even though U.S. officials said this week that they have been quietly arming the Kurds since June, when the Islamic State militants first swept into Iraq.
Seller in Red Deer takes to Kijiji to sell fighter jet
Along with the well-worn futons, tired loveseats and suspect mattresses, bargain hunters shopping on Kijiji in Alberta on Friday stumbled across a high-flying ad with much loftier ambitions. Once used by Britain’s Royal Navy to fly missions in Kosovo, a S
A Battalion Apart: The History of the PPCLI
For 100 years, the Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry has been one of the most storied and well-known regiments in the country. From unusual beginning — founded by the heir to a textile fortune, it was the last privately-raised regiment in the Co
Outrage Builds in Army’s Deadly Abuse of South Korean Soldier
SEOUL, South Korea — The soldiers beat the 20-year-old private almost every day for more than a month. They flogged him with a mop handle until it broke. They made him eat toothpaste and lick their spittle off the floor. At one point, when he became grogg
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