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Donald Trump on Oct. 16 said the US is “confident” in the safety of B61
nuclear weapons based at Incirlik AB, Turkey, as Ankara’s close
relationship with the US falters and the Turks target previously
American-backed Kurdish forces inside Syria.
The Pentagon is withdrawing most US troops across Syria as Turkey’s invasion across the border to fight the Syrian Democratic Forces has created an “unacceptable level” of risk for American forces, Defense Secretary Mark Esper said Oct. 15.
The RQ-4 Global Hawk enterprise has more work ahead to grow into its new wing headquarters at Grand Forks AFB, N.D., four months after it split from the 9th Reconnaissance Wing at Beale AFB, Calif., to form the 319th Reconnaissance Wing.
—Rachel S. Cohen
Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. David Goldfein told reporters Oct. 11 that his service and the Navy are trying to connect combat assets in new ways as the Defense Department ramps up its effort to improve joint, software-driven warfare.
Civil Air Patrol is now using small drones to aid in search and rescue missions, according to an Oct. 10 release.
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