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Afghan president replaces two top ministers, army chief as violence grows

KABUL (Reuters) -Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has replaced his defence and interior ministers and the army chief of staff amid rising casualties among Afghanistan’s security forces in sharply increased fighting with the Taliban. The changes, announced late on Saturday by the presidential palace, come as Afghan security forces battle the...
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New study: Sex assault risk for Army women is highest at Fort Hood

A new study found that women at a pair of Texas military installations, Fort Hood and Fort Bliss, face the highest sexual assault risk in the Army. The analysis by RAND used existing survey data to conclude that the risk to those at Fort Hood was nearly a third higher than the average risk faced by all women in the Army. It showed the Central Texas post was also just one of several big installations grappling with that issue.
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Top 10 Government CIOs to Watch in 2021: Army’s Raj Iyer

The Army was in the midst of significant technological and organizational changes when Raj Iyer took the reins in 2020. Now, Iyer is deeply involved in the capital planning and execution of an $18 billion portfolio to implement an enterprise information management system that employs cloud computing, edge computing, machine learning and an increasing array of sensor systems.
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China’s Army Has a New Secret Weapon: The Type 15 Light Tank

During its protracted standoff with India in the Ladakh Valley that began a year ago, the People’s Liberation Army‘s (PLA’s) new Type 15 light tank was seen to be ideally suited to the cold, high-altitude mountainous region. Type 15 Light Tank: What We Know. Weighing in at around 35 tons,...
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Army Says ‘No Credible Information’ Vanessa Guillen Was Sexually Harassed Before Disappearance

Army Says ‘No Credible Information’ Vanessa Guillen Was Sexually Harassed Before Disappearance. The Army is disputing claims that missing soldier Vanessa Guillen was sexually harassed or assaulted before she vanished, saying that there is “no credible information” to that effect. In a press conference on Thursday afternoon, Fort Hood CID senior special agent Damon Phelps said that the Army is “aware” that the family believes that Guillen, … Read more.
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Five Army bases account for one-third of female soldier assaults

Women serving at Ft. Hood, Ft. Bliss and other bases are facing a higher risk of being sexually harassed or assaulted compared to women on other installations. The list of high-risk installations has been long awaited by lawmakers, who are expected to pass landmark legislation this year reforming how the military handles sexual assault cases.
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STORIES OF HONOR: Army vet considers military service a duty

Retired U.S. Army Reserve Lt. Col. Broadus James Jamerson III knows what it means to serve his country, having done so for more than 20 years in various capacities, including as a military police officer and company commander. His valor and dedication were undoubtedly inherited from his late father, U.S....
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