Pentagon: "We are doing everything in our power" to find Bowe Bergdahl - CBS/AP "The military and the intelligence community are doing everything possible to find 26-year-old Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, who was taken prisoner in Afghanistan almost three years ago, Pentagon leaders said Thursday in the aftermath of criticism from the soldier's family."
Study on PTSD Meds to be Launched by Army - US Navy SEALS Blog "The Army is set to launch a major research initiative to look into the effectiveness of commonly-prescribed medications for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)."
New Zealand Soldiers To Train In US - MSN NZ "A contingent of New Zealand soldiers will train in the United States for the first time in almost 30 years. The Defence Force is sending 34 engineers and a medic to Camp Pendleton in California to train, Radio New Zealand reports."
Military class suspended for its view on Islam - Associated Press "A course for U.S. military officers has been teaching that America's enemy is Islam in general, not just terrorists, and suggesting that the country might ultimately have to obliterate the Islamic holy cities of Mecca and Medina without regard for civilian deaths, following World War II precedents of the nuclear attack on Hiroshima or the allied firebombing of Dresden."
Dunkin' Donuts Marine base marks California return - Reuters "Dunkin' Donuts is back in California after a decade-long absence, with a new cafe at a U.S. Marine base near San Diego, but the general public will have to wait."