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National Security Correspondent J.J. Green has traveled three continents covering intelligence, terrorism, and security issues. From Afghanistan to Africa, Iraq to Ireland, there isn't anywhere J.J. won't go, nor anyone he won't talk with, to get the stories affecting the defense and national security communities.
South Korea's Defense Ministry says North Korea recently deployed a new type of medium-range ballistic missile capable of reaching Australia and the U.S. territory of Guam.
The U.S. Army is again reconsidering its plan for drawing down troops in Europe. The Associated Press reports Gen. Carter Ham, the head of Army troops in Europe, says that because U.S. troops in Europe have been used so much in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan...
Mustafa Abu Yazid, once refered to as Al Qaida's Chief Financial Officer was killed in Pakistan in August of 2008 ...or so we thought.
Defense Secretary Robert Gates has ordered a review of the Pentagon's policy banning media from taking pictures of flag-draped coffins of military dead.
A large part of Russia's air force fleet has been grounded for two months after a MiG fighter lost its tail on a training flight One third of that country's fighter jets are now said to be unsafe.
Just days after Kyrgystan decided to evict the US from Manas airbase, Russia has stepped forward saying it will grant transit rights to U.S. military supplies bound for Afghanistan.
Egyptian security officials say they arrested a HAMAS member along their boder with the Gaza Strip.
National security planning and budgeting cannot be done by the Pentagon alone.
Sen. Carl Levin, who chairs the Armed Services Committee, said Friday he believes the time is ripe for the U.S. to pursue a fresh partnership with Russia aimed at deterring Iranian missiles.
The Veterans Affairs Department has agreed to pay up to $20 million to veterans for exposing them to possible identity theft in 2006 after losing their sensitive personal information.
Why was a New Zealand man able to purchase an MP3 player containing senstive U.S. military information?
Al-Shabab took over parts of Baidoa in Somalia yesterday just hours after occupying Ethiopian military.