May 16, 2024

2 Mishaps in January Rough Start for F-35

Mishaps

Two mishaps in January have gotten the F-35 off to a rough start in 2022. There was a landing mishap with an F-35C on the deck of the carrier USS Carl Vinson and a bird strike that caused an F-35A to make a belly landing in South Korea.

Supply Chain Woes Won’t Stop Holiday Dinners for Troops

Supply Chain

Global supply chain problems won’t stop troops from a traditional Thanksgiving meal. Nearly 400,000 pounds of turkey and trimmings are making their way to troops stationed all over the globe.

Guard Short of Funds as Role Grows

Even as the National Guard faces drastic cost-cutting measures awaiting its $520 million reimbursement from its months-long mission securing the US Capitol — even grounding aircraft — its top general expects the Pentagon to lean even more heavily on the Guard moving forward.