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A camp in Afghanistan continues to use open-air burn pits to dispose of solid wastes, potentially endangering the nearly 13,500 people working there and violating the Pentagon's own regulations, investigators say.
The Pentagon is eyeing plans to eliminate danger pay for service members in as many as 18 countries and five waterways around the world, saving about $120 million each year while taking a bite out of troops' salaries.
The Navy will attempt to land a fighter jet-sized drone on an aircraft carrier for the first time Wednesday, showcasing the capability to have a computer perform one of the most difficult tasks in aviation.
The Pentagon said it will take a "second look" at how it goes about accounting for missing Americans on foreign battlefields, following an internal assessment that such work is 'acutely dysfunctional' and at risk of failure.