General Orders Review of Military Schools After Class Is Told U.S. Is at War With Islam - The New York Times "The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff has ordered military schools to make sure they are not including anti-Islamic themes in training courses, the Defense Department said on Wednesday, after complaints surfaced about the curriculum in a course dealing with terrorism and radicalism."
Bradley Manning awaits military judge's ruling on possible dismissal of some WikiLeaks charges - Associated Press "A military judge in Maryland is poised to rule on whether some of the 22 charges against a soldier accused of giving government secrets to WikiLeaks should be dismissed."
U.S. Relaxes Drone Rules - The Wall Street Journal "The Obama administration has given the Central Intelligence Agency and U.S. military greater leeway to target suspected al Qaeda militants in Yemen with drones, responding to worries a new haven is being established from which to mount attacks on the West."
House subcommittee endorses 1.7 percent pay raise for 2013 - Stars and Stripes "The House Armed Services’ Military Personnel Subcommittee released its draft of the personnel section of the annual defense authorization bill on Wednesday, one of the first steps in the long legislative process that will eventually establish pay, benefits and various protections for servicemembers in the coming year."
Soldier killed, five others injured in autobahn accident near Bamberg - Stars and Stripes "One U.S. soldier was killed and five others were injured when a large truck slammed into the rear of their slow-moving military convoy Tuesday afternoon on the autobahn south of Bamberg, German police and U.S. Army officials said."