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The Air Force has finally figured out what's wrong with the F-22 Raptors

After months of troubles with the oxygen system of the F-22 fighter aircraft, where multiple incidents of oxygen deprivation caused significant troubles and confused designers and leadership, the Air Force announced yesterday that they've traced the cause of the oxygen problems to a valve on a vest worn by pilots at high altitudes.

Bradley Manning appears in military court, lawyer accuses judge of bias

The WikiLeaks suspect appeared in the courtroom at the Fort Meade base dressed in military khaki and wearing black-rimmed glasses.

Fort Hood shooting: Families sue US Army for $750 million

The lawyer representing the families says it was "inexcusable" that the Army allowed Nidal Hassan to continue in active service, despite signs of his growing Islamist radicalization.

Israel accidentally kills rabbi mistaken for Palestinian militant

The soldiers "saw a threat to their lives" when the rabbi's car failed to slow down at a checkpoint, a military spokesperson said.

Alaa Abd El Fattah: Jailed Egyptian blogger accuses army of abuse

Alaa Abd El Fattah, a prominent blogger and activist currently jailed in Egypt, has accused the army of unjust detention, torture and murder, in a letter smuggled out from prison.

30 al-Qaeda suspects die in US airstrikes

Yemeni troops aided by US airstrikes have managed to free a trapped Yemeni military unit, while killing 30 al-Qaeda suspects.
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Yemeni soldiers sit at the back of a military vehicle as they guard the area where anti-government protesters demonstrate against the regime during the first Friday prayer of Islam's holy fasting month of Ramadan in Sanaa on August 5, 2011. AFP PHOTO/ MOHAMMED HUWAIS (Photo credit should read MOHAMMED HUWAIS/AFP/Getty Images) (AFP/Stringer/AFP/Getty Images)

 “Yemeni military and medical officials say 30 al-Qaida suspects have been killed in U.S. airstrikes and clashes with Yemeni soldiers in al-Qaida-held cities in the south," writes Associated Press.

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