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The United States risks getting into another Cold War with China
China is not Sauron.
Never-before-seen footage reveals the horror and heroism of World War II’s final days in ‘Apocalypse ‘45’
This is not your typical World War II documentary.
A WWII veteran remembers the day the war ended: ‘We all ran outside and cheered’
Two years into his overseas service, the news reached Bob Megatulski: Japan would stop fighting, effectively bringing World War II to an end.
‘It’s finally over’ — WWII veterans reflect on V-J Day, 75 years later
"I think the people who felt it the most, probably were the mothers and wives of sons and husbands who had been in actual combat."
India’s deadly showdown with China could lead to rising tensions at sea
The recent showdown could contribute to 'a tectonic shift in India's security calculus.'"
Why fighter fuel range could be the Navy’s biggest weakness in a war with China
Even Block III Super (Duper) Hornets are still far too short range to compensate for China’s hypersonic area denial bubble.
How the US is going all out in its effort to outmaneuver and out-missile China in the Pacific
"The Americans are coming back strongly," said one expert on U.S. efforts to counter China's huge lead in land-based cruise and ballistic missiles.
How the US military is pushing to ‘regain the advantage’ in the Pacific against China and Russia
Amid complaints of Pacific neglect, efforts are underway to restore funding for a powerful $1.9 billion defensive radar in Hawaii, potentially add two types of defensive missile capability in the Aloha State for North Korean threats and create an “Indo-Pacific Deterrence Initiative” modeled on a similar European effort
3 sailors at sea aboard Theodore Roosevelt aircraft carrier have COVID-19
They are the first known cases of the virus on board a U.S. military ship at sea, the Navy said.
Navy orders Pacific ships stay at sea for 14 days between port calls over coronavirus concerns
The U.S. Navy has given ships operating in the Pacific new port-call guidance amid concerns over the coronavirus
CENTCOM suspends leave and liberty for US troops to avoid spreading coronavirus
It is not clear how long this suspension will last.
‘I was one of the few walking out under my own power’ — 95-year-old Iwo Jima Marine remembers the savage battle
"I remember saying to myself, 'This is no dream. This is for real.'"
‘It wasn’t enjoyable at all’ — How a civilian photographer shot some of the bloodiest battles of WWII
Sometimes Troutman got a reminder to "don't go with the first wave, we want you alive."
Commander of US troops in the Pacific bans travel to China due to Wuhan coronavirus outbreak
Following on a coronavirus directive issued earlier by Defense Secretary Mark Esper, Adm. Phil Davidson, commander of U.S. Indo-Pacific Command, 'has restricted all Defense Department travel to the People's Republic of China (PRC).'
The Army is fanning out across the Pacific to make friends and counter China
About 1,500 Schofield Barracks soldiers, 16 helicopters and hundreds of Humvees, heavy equipment and shipping containers are headed to Thailand for the first stop of Pacific Pathways 2020, an Army approach to bulking up in the region with a light but persistent footprint that follows the "places, not bases" mantra of the Pentagon
‘Battlefield V’ is finally sending us to war in the Pacific
Battlefield V is shipping out to the Pacific theater of World War II, and it's about time!
China touts new hypersonic missiles and drones designed to kill US ships and bases
"The message is pretty blunt. It dramatically erodes the U.S. military edge is Asia, and over the long-term, America's military primacy in Asia is clearly under threat," said one expert about the pace of Chinese military tech development
The Army will practice rapidly deploying soldiers across the Pacific next year in a message to China
Advanced land-based missiles that can kill ships hundreds of miles out to sea could change future wars in the Pacific
Marine Corps F-35s practice ‘shock and awe’ strikes in the Pacific with back-to-back bombing runs
Marine Corps F-35s recently carried out the first at-sea "hot reload" of ordnance, dropping 1,000-pound bombs in the Pacific in rapid succession, the service said in a statement
Marines just seized a small island in the Pacific as training for a looming China fight
Everything that is old may indeed be new again
Air Force F-22s And B-2 Bombers Are Prowling The Pacific, And The Photos Are Awesome
The U.S. Air Force has two of its most elite aircraft — the B-2 Spirit bomber and the F-22 Raptor — training together in the Pacific, reassuring America's allies and sending a warning to strategic competitors and adversaries about the sheer power the U.S. brings to the table.
Marine Raiders’ Reunion Breathes New Life Into The Corps’ ‘Old Breed’
“People see me at events, or hear that I was combat wounded, and they look at me, and I don’t...
The Navy Just Quietly Sent An F-35 Carrier To The Pacific — And It Signals A Major Change
The U.S. Navy broke with its tradition of hyping up F-35 deployments by sending of the USS Essex jump-jet carrier...
The Marines’ First F-35B Squadron Is Preparing To Deploy In The Pacific
Editor’s Note: This article by Hope Hodge Seck originally appeared on Military.com, the premier source of information for the military and veteran...