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The Army’s Plan To Save The Wounded In Future War

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


Even with faster medevac aircraft, uparmored ambulances, and more medical personnel at the front, will casualties get to life-saving care within the “golden hour”?

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The Army’s Plan To Save The Wounded In Future War

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


Even with faster medevac aircraft, uparmored ambulances, and more medical personnel at the front, will casualties get to life-saving care within the “golden hour”?

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Thornberry Predicts CR Through ‘At Least December’

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


ARLINGTON: The “disheartened” chairman of the House Armed Services Committee predicted this morning that Congress will once again miss its October 1st deadline to pass a federal budget, leaving the government on a stopgap Continuing Resolution “until at least December.”  [UPDATE: Late Wednesday, President Trump blindsided GOP leaders by agreeing with Democrats on a CR through… Keep reading →

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Anti-Daesh Coalition Meets; SEAL Death Reminds All Of Stakes

Posted by Colin Clark on


EUCOM HEADQUARTERS, STUTTGART: in a series of lightning meetings held throughout the day, Defense Secretary Ash Carter and 11 allies tried to hash out the next steps needed for dealing Daesh “a lasting defeat” in Iraq and Syria. Carter started the day with a short address to representatives of the now-11 partners — the 11th nation, Norway, just… Keep reading →

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SecDef Keeps Door Open For Russia — If It Ends Aggression

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EUCOM HQ: As he addressed reporters today during the European Command change of command ceremony here, a visibly moved Defense Secretary told us he had just learned an American soldier died in Iraq. Carter had few details but he said this: “But it shows you, it’s a serious fight that we have to wage in… Keep reading →

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Senate Clears Death Benefits Bill After Charity Agreed To Pay Families During Shutdown

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UPDATED: Senate Clears Stopgap Death Benefits Bill By Unanimous Consent at 12:48 PM Oct. 10. WASHINGTON: Every member of Congress should hang his or her head in shame this afternoon. The Fisher House Foundation has stepped into the breach of the federal government shutdown and agreed to pay the families of Americans who die fighting… Keep reading →

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