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‘Unidentified object’ downed over Lake Huron
U.S. officials say an “unidentified object” has been shot down Sunday for the third time in as many days, this time over Lake Huron.
By Lolita C. Baldor, The Associated Press and Zeke Miller, The Associated Press
Trudeau: US warplane shot down object over Canada
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says that on his order a U.S. warplane has shot down an unidentified object flying high over northern Canada.
Weapons shortages spark tough choices for Ukraine’s allies
Arms shortages among Ukraine’s allies are forcing difficult conversations about how to balance support concerns Russia may target them next.
By Joe Gould
U.S. 7th Fleet commander sees increase in ‘unsafe’ intercepts by China
"It’s the provocative nature of the intercepts that’s got our attention, and we’re trying to understand it,” said Vice Adm. Karl Thomas.
By Zamone Perez
Campaigning at the top of the world: The Arctic and homeland defense
It is becoming increasingly apparent that competitors, such as Russia and China, desire to influence international norms and alter the behaviors of allies, partners and Arctic-focused countries for the benefit of these competitor nations.
By Gen. Glen D. VanHerck