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The Pentagon is officially moving ahead with renaming bases that honor Confederate leaders
"It is extremely early in the process."
Congress is poised to defy Trump over Confederate base names
Trump has told lawmakers he would veto the defense policy bill if it changed base names that honor Confederate leaders
The White House accidentally made a strong case to strip Confederate names from US military bases
The White House on Friday afternoon accidentally made a compelling case to rename nearly a dozen U.S. military bases that honor Confederate leaders in an attempt to justify preserving them
Why did Australian special forces pose with a Confederate flag in Afghanistan?
The U.S. military may have effectively banned the display of the Confederate flag at installations around the world, but that doesn't mean the Rebel battle flag won't pop up on distant battlefields
Trump threatens to veto defense budget over removing Confederate names from military bases
President Donald Trump threatened to sink an annual defense policy bill that would give the Pentagon one year to identify and start renaming U.S. military bases bearing the names of Confederate generals
The Pentagon’s new flag restrictions also apply to sports pennants and LGBT Pride flags
Defense Secretary Mark Esper's list of flags authorized for display, issued July 17, effectively bans by omission the Confederate flag. It also apparently applies to the rainbow Pride flag; the "Jolly Roger;" the flags of most organizations; and even the flags and pennants of sports teams
Coast Guard bans Confederate flag from its installations
The Coast Guard has banned the display of the Confederate flag from its installations, including workplaces and barracks
DoD effectively bans Confederate flags from military installations
The U.S. military has now banned the Confederate flag from military installations without specifically mentioning the flag in its new policy change
The Army wants to remove ‘divisive symbols’ from military bases
The U.S. Army wants to remove any sort of divisive symbols from military bases, potentially including Confederate flags, the Army secretary said on Thursday, suggesting that the Pentagon was close to a broader policy barring such symbols from all military installations.
US Forces Japan bans display of Confederate flag
U.S. Forces Japan has joined U.S. Forces Korea in banning the display of the Confederate flag, the latest move by the military aimed at preventing racial division in the ranks
10 Army bases are named for Confederate officers who committed ‘treason,’ joint chiefs chairman says
"Those officers turned their backs on their oath"
A lawmaker is pushing to rename Fort Lee for this trailblazing Army general
Rep. A. Donald McEachin says he would like to see the name of Fort Lee changed to honor a former Army deputy chief of staff who launched his military career at the post
The Army is reviewing the Confederate Memorial featuring slaves at Arlington National Cemetery
The Army, which has jurisdiction over Arlington National Cemetery, confirmed that the service is working with the Defense Department "on guidance for display of divisive symbols," including the Confederate Memorial
Lawmakers want to drop $1 million to strip all Confederate names from Army bases
House lawmakers are attempting to allocate $1 million in a defense spending bill to rename U.S. Army bases that honor Confederate leaders during the Civil War
The Army won’t ban Confederate flag displays without the Pentagon’s approval
U.S. Army leaders on Thursday announced an effort to reduce racial bias and foster inclusion in the ranks but will not ban the display of the Confederate flag without Pentagon approval
Naval Academy board chief calls for removal of Confederate names from buildings
Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger is calling for the removal of two building names at the Naval Academy, citing links to the Confederacy.
The Air Force Inspector General is finally investigating how racial injustice hurts African-American airmen
The Air Force inspector general’s review was announced on the same day the Senate confirmed Gen. Charles Q. Brown as the Air Force’s first African-American chief of staff.