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The politically sensitive matter of naming Navy ships is getting a deeper look from Congress, where there’s lingering controversy over the decision to name vessels after liberal icons César Chávez and John P. Murtha.
The United States is in discussions with Libya over ways to help rebuild the country’s military, which the U.S. military considers essential to unify the country and bring rival militias under national control.
(USA Today) BAGHDAD — As the last U.S. troops withdraw from Iraq, that country faces major gaps in its ability to build a military capable of securing its borders and airspace from external attacks, according to U.S. military officials.
Chinese President Hu Jintao urged the People's Liberation Army Navy to prepare for military combat, amid growing regional tensions over maritime disputes and a U.S. campaign to assert itself as a Pacific power.
New intelligence indicates North Korea is building its first road-mobile intercontinental ballistic missile, an easily hidden weapon capable of hitting the United States, according to Obama administration officials.