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About six months before the March 2003 invasion of Iraq, I wrote a column asking what has turned into a $2 trillion question: “After Saddam, What?”
TAMPA — Between peace and all-out war exists the Gray Zone.
TAMPA — The sounds of freedom could be rocking the skies over MacDill Air Force Base this spring even louder than usual.
Late last year, the bacteria that can cause the potentially fatal Legionnaire’s disease was found in half the sites tested in the mental health treatment building at the Bay Pines VA Medical Center.
AUSTIN, Texas — William McRaven, the former commander of U.S. Special Operations Command at Tampa’s MacDill Air Force Base, says the U.S. and allies should prioritize fighting Islamic extremists, or else the American people “sh...
A congressional task force is being created to investigate whether U.S. Central Command, headquartered at MacDill Air Force Base, manipulated intelligence.
Thursday night, Operation Helping Hand held its 139th consecutive monthly dinner to honor the wounded, ill and injured troops recuperating at the James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital.
TAMPA — David Moore was sitting outside his home in Odessa around 7:30 p.m. Tuesday when he heard a loud noise.
Kerrie Witty, whose tenure as head of the nation’s busiest regional veterans benefits office was marked by success in reducing a claims backlog and criticism over morale issues and claims handling, is leaving for a new job with the Department ...
TAMPA — As an Air Force officer who oversaw Air Force special tactics forces in southern Afghanistan, retired Brig. Gen. Robert Holmes understands the value of information and intelligence for hitting targets.
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