Marine Corps to Educate Marines on Supplement Use

In an effort to educate Marines about the various nutritional supplements available to them, the Corps is instituting Operation Supplement Safety, an education campaign running through November.

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With Saudi blockade threatening famine in Yemen, US points finger at Iran

The White House is pressing to declassify intelligence allegedly linking Iran to short-range ballistic missile attacks by Yemeni insurgents against Saudi Arabia, part of a public relations blitz aimed at persuading America's U.N. counterparts that Tehran is helping to fuel the country's conflict.
4 hours 33 min ago

The caliphate is destroyed, but the Islamic State lives on

The fall of the town of Abu Kamal in Syria and recent victories by Iraqi security forces in Qaim and Rawa in Iraq mark the collapse of the Islamic State caliphate. As the it has demonstrated in the past, the Islamic State is a resilient and adaptive enemy that almost certainly will not go quietly into the night. Rather, it will work doggedly in the coming months to keep its brand alive.
4 hours 37 min ago

EU blames Russia for death of 5 in eastern Ukraine

The European Union on Friday blamed Russia for the deaths of at least five troops in eastern Ukraine in what appears to be the worst outburst of violence in months.
4 hours 45 min ago

Military’s mission not fully funded

The problem is widely recognized in both Congress and the Trump administration, and yet it is unlikely that anything will be done about it.
5 hours 34 min ago