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Acting Deputy Defense Secretary talks budget, urges innovation

Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala. (AFNS) -- Acting Deputy Secretary of Defense Christine H. Fox spoke at Air University's Air War College about budget constraints and sequestration in relation to the Air Force's role in the Department of Defense, the ... Air Force Link, 2 weeks ago
Top defense official talks military budget in Alabama Stars and Stripes, 2 weeks ago

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Haywood pursued achievement, education

SAN ANTONIO — William C. Haywood , who served in the Air Force during World War II and the Korean War and, for a brief time, owned Eastside Seafood and Poultry in the early 1970s, died March 17. He was 92. Haywood served in the military at a ...
 MySanAntonio1 week ago

Syria strike could be a game-changer for worse

ISTANBUL / Hürriyet The Turkish War Colleges was held in Istanbul April 10 with the attendance of high-ranking air force army officials from 60 countries. HÜRRİYET Photo İpek Yezdani ...
 Turkish Daily1 week ago
Town Hall

Student Unrest in Springtime

WASHINGTON -- Spring is in the air, and one senses that it is again time for the college students of the land to engage in protest. It all began in the late 1960s, and one of the legacies of that period is that the campuses are evacuated as soon as ...
 Town Hall1 week ago TYRRELL: Springing into student protests, recalling Vietnam-era crazies  Washington Times1 week ago

College of Arts and Sciences offers many opportunities for visitors - The Collegian

Aerospace studies9 a.m. to 3 p.m. K-State Student Union Talk with staff and cadets and find out more about Air Force ROTC. American Ethnic Studies9 a.m. to 3 p.m.K-State Student Union Stop by and visit with faculty, staff and students of ...
 Individual.com2 weeks ago Expected Air Force cuts impacts ROTC  The Arrow1 week ago

Apply for the Naval War College

The U.S. Naval War College (NWC) is now accepting online applications through June 30 for the College of Distance Education's 2014-2015 Fleet Seminar Program (FSP). The FSP serves as an avenue for officers to complete Joint Professional Military ...
 Military.com1 day ago NWC War Game Report: Revise Command and Control Systems  GlobalSecurity.org1 week ago NWC Accepting Applications for 2014-2015 Fleet Seminar Program  Navy News Stand1 week ago Featured School-Week of July 23, 2007: Vaughn College of Aeronautics & Technology  Free Press Release2 weeks ago
Business Spectator

Can China win the war on air pollution?

China's polluted air — so much in the news these days — has been 30 years in the making. When Deng Xiaoping introduced market reforms in the late 1970s, the country started its steady rise from the economic doldrums, largely through investment ...
 Business Spectator1 week ago
The Nation Pakistan

GCU alumni turn back the clock

LAHORE - The alumni of Government College University have turned back the clocks with their grand reunion in the majestic Oval Ground of their alma mater where they met their teachers and class-fellows after many decades. Eminent Old Ravian Justice ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 day ago
International Business Times India

Drone Strikes a 'Tactical Band-Aid' and Civilian Casualties Fuel Rage, Experts Say

SANAA/DUBAI ( ) - An intense two days of air strikes on al Qaeda in Yemen may have killed or wounded some of its commanders, but drones alone are unlikely to eradicate the threat the group poses to Yemenis and the West. A weak central government, ...
 MSNBC Newsweek1 day ago Drone Strikes Alone won't Stamp out al Qaeda in Yemen - Analysts  International Business Times India1 day ago Drone strikes won't stamp out al Qaeda in Yemen  MSN News1 day ago

Sugg valued education, integrity

SAN ANTONIO — Retired Air Force Col. Lem Davis Sugg, Jr. was so passionate about education he built his life around it, earning not only a bachelor's degree but three postgraduate degrees. Growing up in Fayetteville, Tenn., with limited job ...
 MySanAntonio2 days ago Sugg focused life on education and integrity  MySanAntonio2 days ago
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