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    • Military Working Dogs

      Military Working Dogs

      Military working dogs have been a valuable part of the U.S. armed forces and have been officially recognized since WWII. In the past, these dogs could warn troops of approaching enemies, detect gas and locate wounded troops. Now military dogs can detect explosives and narcotics as well as engage the enemy. This page celebrates the commitment and service of the military working dog.

    • Videos of the Day

      Videos of the Day

      A daily highlight of videos from around the U.S. military and government agencies.

    • Unified Focus 17

      Unified Focus 17

      Unified Focus is designed to enhance and enable Lake Chad
      Basin Commission nations to support the Multinational Joint Task Force
      (MNJTF) counter-Boko Haram operations.

    • U.S. Support to NATO Enhanced Forward Presence

      U.S. Support to NATO Enhanced Forward Presence

      The United States' contribution to NATO's eFP demonstrates the alliance is prepared to meet any incursion with appropriate military force.

    • USAFE Band visit to Ukraine

      USAFE Band visit to Ukraine

      At the invitation of the U.S. Embassy-Kyiv and orchestras in Kyiv and Odessa, 14 Airmen from the U.S. Air Forces in Europe Band's Jazz band will travel to Ukraine March 24 to April 2, 2017. While in Ukraine, the band will perform at 'Officers House' in Kyiv and 'Philharmonic Hall' in
      Odessa. It will also perform at other local events in surrounding communities to celebrate the 25th...

    • Today's Air Force

      Today's Air Force

      A weekly 30 minute program highlighting key messages from Air Force leaders, features on Airmen throughout the world, and timely news and updates on Air Force programs.

    • Military Working Dogs

      Military Working Dogs

      The canines that keep our troops safe.

    • Marine Corps Expeditionary Energy

      Marine Corps Expeditionary Energy

      In March 2011, CMC issued the “Marine Corps Expeditionary Energy Strategy and Implementation Plan” to change the way we use energy. This is a “bases-to-battlefield” strategy, which means all Marines will be trained to understand the relationship between resource efficiency and combat effectiveness. Throughout the last decade of combat operations, we have become more lethal, yet we have...