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The wait is nearly over for the 7,718 Navy E-4s and E-5s reviewed by the first of two enlisted retention boards. COs will be notified Nov. 14 which of their sailors were among the 1,853 projected to be cut.
After decades of sluggish progress, the military's prosthetic research has finally seen the light: Experts are making rapid progress on ultra-sensitive prosthetic devices, all thanks to teeny, tiny laser beams.
The U.S. industrial base will be irreversibly damaged if unique aircraft such as the Marines’ short-takeoff-and-vertical-landing F-35B stealth fighter and MV-22 tiltrotor are terminated, top officers say.