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It’s a simple message known to anyone who manages the books of a business or a home: focus. Spend resources on the most crucial wants and needs. That was essentially the message of Defense Secretary Robert Gates when he spoke recently to a gathering of reporters and editors in Colorado Springs, Colo.
SEOUL, South Korea - North Korea's military proposed Friday holding direct talks with U.S. forces, an unusual plea amid recent progress on the nuclear standoff between the two countries.
An Iraqi army soldier checks the bag of a pilgrim, as she arrives to mark the birth anniversary of Shiite Imam Al-Mehdi, in Karbala, 110 kilometers south of Baghdad, Iraq,Tuesday.
Faith Steele, founder and president of East Valley Military Support Group, holds a stack of thank-you letters from soldiers in Iraq for packages she has sent over the years. She sent approximately 3,500 Christmas gifts in December.
BAGHDAD, Iraq - About 1,000 U.S. service members launched an offensive in western Iraq near the Syrian border on Saturday aimed insurgents from this country's most feared militant group, al-Qaida in Iraq, the military said.
Suspected insurgents hold weapons in the streets of Ramadi, Iraq Monday following reported clashes between gunmen and Iraqi security forces in the early morning hours.
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In this image taken from pool video provided to the Associated Press by NBC News, a U.S. marine is seen, left, raising his rifle in the direction of Iraqi prisoners lying on the floor of a mosque in Fallujah, Iraq Saturday.
U.S. President Bush, left, meets with NATO Secretary General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer in Istanbul, Turkey, Sunday.
U.S. soldiers pay their respects at a memorial service Friday in Baghdad for Cpl. Harry Brown, 22, who was killed during an Iraqi rocket attack back on April 6th.
Each year, a handful of Arizona students receive appointments to one of the five U.S. Military Service Academies.
MIAMI — The U.S. military has resumed the airlifts that brought hundreds of Haitian earthquake victims to hospitals in the United States, ending a four-day suspension, a military spokesman said Monday.
ABILENE, Kan. -- When Dwight Eisenhower planned the World War II invasion that wrested Europe from Hitler's hands, he believed - as many strategists do today - that victory and a lasting peace required more than military might.
SEOUL, South Korea - North Korean guards detained an American journalist near the country's western border with China, a newspaper report said Thursday. However, another report said two U.S. reporters were taken into custody in the far northeast while trying to shoot footage of the communist country.
BAGHDAD - Sixty-three U.S. military deaths were reported in September, the lowest monthly toll since July 2006, according to U.S. forces and a preliminary count by The Associated Press.
BAGHDAD - The U.S. military reported Thursday that eight U.S. soldiers were killed in the Baghdad area over the past three days as militants fought back against a security plan in its eighth week. An Army helicopter went down south of the capital, wounding four, after an Iraqi official said insurgents fired on it.