The Associated Press has learned that the Pentagon is eyeing plans to eliminate danger pay for service members in up to 18 countries and five waterways around the world. That would save about $120 million each year while taking a bite out of troops' salaries.
The White House says the decision on how many U.S. troops to leave in Afghanistan won't be imminent. But it's leaving open the possibility the U.S. won't leave forces there after combat troops depart in 2014.
If you are a New Jersey veteran returning home from deployment and you're looking to find information on the many services available to help you in your transition back to civilian life, you have technology on your side. There's an app for that and it was created by a veteran.
For years, the U.S. military has been using drones in Afghanistan to monitor suspicious activity and hunt down terrorists, but soon the unmanned aerial robots could flying the friendly skies above New Jersey.
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