US Air Force Combat Aircraft No Longer Grounded – July 15th – Now prepping for war doom?
The U.S. Air Force says many of its combat air forces will start flying again after being grounded since April because of budget cuts.
The grounding affected about one-third of the Air Force’s active-duty combat aircraft, including squadrons of fighters, bombers, and airborne warning and control craft.
U.S military prepares for potential chemical weapons in Syria…
(CBS News) FORT BRAGG, N.C. — On Thursday, Secretary of State John Kerry met with Syrians who’ve fled the two-year-old civil war. He visited a sprawling refugee camp in Jordan that holds 115,000 refugees. Some pleaded with Kerry for U.S. military intervention in the war between rebels and the dictatorship of Bashar Assad.