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The Air Force stripped a retired four-star general of two ranks and cut $60,000 from his annual pension after it discovered he had coerced a subordinate officer into having sex with him.

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During the grinding War on Terror, the Department of Defense has relied on contracted services from the civilian side to help take care of such mundane tasks as cooking and laundry services and fighting the actual war. Contracted civilians free up our troops up for more important things, like sitting on 24-hour desk duties watching pirated movies on borrowed hard drives.

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The Air Force made significant revisions to its tattoo and medical exemption policy for new recruits, aligning its rules closer to other branches of service, the Air Force said Tuesday.

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The U.S. Air Force faces a shortfall of 700 fighter pilots by the end of the year and as many as 1,000 pilots within a few years, Air Force officials said Wednesday.

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Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue

Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James has directed the Air Force Inspector General to conduct an independent investigation into an April incident at Travis Air Force Base, California, may incur lawsuit from a former career enlisted airman, an Air Force spokesperson has told Task & Purpose.

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