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Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - After enduring three weeks of aerial assaults, the Taliban fighters in Afghanistan are proving a tenacious and resilient foe, leading to the increased likelihood that sustained ground action - either by anti-Taliban rebels or U.S.-led...
Washington BureauU.S. military officials are basing their postwar plan for Iraq on the same flexibility that was successful in winning the war, as they try to determine just how large a force will be needed to carry out a sometimes dangerous peacekeeping mission. With at...
Tags: Armed Forces, U.S. Navy, U.S. Military, Death, Harry S. Truman
A search was under way Thursday for an American sailor who fell overboard from an aircraft carrier in the Arabian Sea. The sailor fell from the USS Kitty Hawk on Wednesday, said Navy Lt. Cmdr. Don Sewell, a Pentagon spokesman. Repeated helicopter...
Washington BureauHouse negotiators reached agreement Monday to give the Bush administration many of the tools it has sought to investigate the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, but only for two years. The deal is designed not only...
Tags: FBI, Iowa, Kabul (Afghanistan), White House, Credit and Debt
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - President Bush dispatched Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld to the Persian Gulf region yesterday, further laying the groundwork for military action against Osama bin Laden, his terrorist network and the Taliban regime in Afghanistan. In...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - American forces drove within sight of Baghdad's skyline yesterday after defeating two Iraqi divisions guarding the approach to the capital, U.S. officials said. What appeared to be a rout of some of Iraq's better trained army units, the...
Tags: U.S. Navy, Armed Forces, Family, Entertainment, U.S. Military
Washington BureauElements of the U.S. Army's elite 10th Mountain Division were being readied for possible overseas deployment Wednesday as the Bush administration moved to shore up support in the Middle East for military operations in and around Afghanistan. A...
Sun StaffOne in a series of occasional articles They may have appeared stiff and square in their starched white collars and bowler hats, but this week, the 100th anniversary of their first flight at Kitty Hawk, N.C., the Wright brothers will be the toast of the...
Special to the TribuneAs U.S.-led attacks in Afghanistan shift from high-flying bombers to ground-hugging helicopters, missions are expected to become more precise--and far more dangerous. Low, slow helicopters, some military experts say, will substantially increase the...
Tags: Los Angeles Times, NATO, Armed Forces, Death, Weaponry
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