An RC-135V/W Rivet Joint aircraft leaves the runway Aug. 13, 2015, at Offutt AFB, Neb. Air Force photo by Josh Plueger.
Does Cyber Command Need More Electronic Warfare Tools?Within the U.S military services, leaders often discuss the close relationship of cyber warfare and electronic warfare. But what’s less clear is the relationship between these two disciplines at U.S. Cyber Command. That may be changing. Fifth DomainOpinion: The World War II Veteran Said He Didn't Do Anything. I Almost Believed HimThe old man said he didn't do anything. I only half believed him. People of his generation say that all the time, especially when they talk about their service. That's one of the reasons we call them the "Greatest Generation." It's not just because they won World War II. It's because even in that most ultimate of victories, they remained humble.
CNNOpinion: My Best Friend and I Did Everything Together — Until He Was Killed in AfghanistanAs explosions echoed through the Afghan mountains, I knew that each blast that tore through the night was also tearing through the flesh of my friends. It was October 2013; we had been caught in an ambush, and though the Taliban in the area had been killed quickly, the explosives they left behind for us were still detonating.
The New York TimesOne More Thing…WWII Plane Rescued from Boneyard to Join D-Day AnniversaryFilled with paratroopers, a US warplane lumbered down an English runway in 1944 to spearhead the World War II D-Day invasion with a message for Adolf Hitler painted in bright yellow across its nose: “That’s All, Brother.” Seventy-five years later, in a confluence of history and luck, that plane is again bound for the French coast for what could be the last great commemoration of the Allied battle to include D-Day veterans, many of whom are now in their 90s.
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