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System aggregates data from various Army components to help commanders detect risk factors for suicide.
Wolfgang --a visiting Colonel in the German army had an interesting question for Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel after his speech at the National Defense University on Wednesday. He said instead of sequestration budget cuts, "wouldn't it be wiser to allow U.S. officers to travel overseas to learn about other countries." The audience erupted with thunderous applause. Hagel's amused response was, "you'll make General very soon."
The U.S. Army has formally declined to award Purple Heart medals to the victims of Major Nidal Hasan's shooting rampage at Fort Hood, saying the move would damage his ability to receive a fair trial. According to the Army, "U.S. military personnel are organized, trained and equipped to combat foreign, not domestic, forces or threats. To expand the Purple Heart award criteria to include domestic criminal acts or domestic terror attacks would be a dramatic departure from the traditional Purple Heart award criteria."
Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel Singapore's Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong at the Pentagon yesterday. Pentagon spokesman George Little said, "The meeting was an opportunity for Secretary Hagel to hear the Prime Minister's views on regional security issues including how nations can work with one another to peacefully resolve territorial issues in the East and South China Seas. Hagel made clear the United States is committed to its allies in the region. "Secretary Hagel made clear the United States and the Department of Defense remain committed to the rebalance towards the Asia-Pacific region and that in the future there will be even more opportunities for closer collaboration between the United States and Singapore," said Little.
Iraq says it will stop more aircraft moving through its airspace and vehicles traveling overland to search for weapons being sent to the Syrian civil war, a senior Iraqi official said Friday. Government spokesman Ali al-Moussawi, told the Associated Press, Iraq would conduct more random searches to check for weapons heading for the forces of Syrian President Bashar Assad or rebels seeking to topple his regime.
Secretary Chuck Hagel says North Korea's provocative actions and belligerent tone had "ratcheted up the danger" on the Korean peninsula, but he denied that the United States had aggravated the situation by flying stealth bombers to the region. "We have to take seriously every provocative, bellicose word and action that this new young leader has taken so far" since coming to power, referring to Kim Jong-un.
Some veterans are not happy about an episode of the CBS reality show "Amazing Race." The show recently aired footage of contestants using a downed B-52 memorial in Hanoi as a prop, and requiring them to learn a Vietnamese song praising their communist system. In a letter to CBS President and CEO Leslie Moonves, the Veterans of Foreign Wars said CBS failed to exercise executive oversight about a time in American history that continues to be misunderstood, misrepresented and stereotyped.
A crane lifted the 250-ton stern of the dismantled USS Guardian on Saturday from the reef, where it accidentally got stuck Jan. 17, officials said.
Department of Defense employee who oversaw construction contracts at Camp Pendleton used his position to extort bribes from businesses seeking to work on the California Marine Corps base, federal prosecutors said Monday.