Jacqueline Klimas, Washington Examiner

Jacqueline Klimas

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Past articles by Jacqueline:

Army confirms: Training slide lists Hillary Clinton as insider threat

An Army training presentation lists the woman who could be the next commander in chief as an insider threat, underneath the sailor who carried out the Navy Yard shooting. A photo posted to the U.S. Army W.T.F! Moments Facebook page on Sunday shows an unclassified Army training slide on insider threats and handling classified information. An Army spokesman has since confirmed that the image is… → Read More

This is how the president orders nuclear war

The process to make such a deadly, powerful decision is devoid of checks and balances. → Read More

Carter announces Jeff Bezos, Neil deGrasse Tyson joining Pentagon innovation board

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Defense Secretary Ash Carter on Tuesday touted the progress his signature innovation hubs have made over the past couple months since their reboot, and announced that Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson were joining his Defense Innovation Advisory Board. The hubs have accelerated tech projects such as small drones that can operate in caves or tunnels… → Read More

Donald Trump's Briefing Book: National security

Trump has said he would boost military spending and grow the services if elected to the White House. → Read More

Lockheed Martin 1Q sales up $1.6B from year ago

Because of the successful first quarter, the company has revised its targets for the rest of 2016. → Read More

The next fight to help combat veterans

"It was like the Army was daring me to kill myself again." → Read More

One service member and his family among 8 Americans injured in Brussels

The comment walks back comments that all U.S. military personnel in the area were safe and encountered for. → Read More

Military shuts down private email access after cyberthreat

The military shut down all access to commercial email on Defense Department servers late last week due to an investigation into spoofed emails, or emails that don't come from their stated sender. Commercial web-mail servers like Gmail and Hotmail were blocked for about 48 hours beginning on Thursday, Jeff Capenos, a spokesman for Defense Information Systems Agency, told the Washington Examiner.… → Read More

Pentagon determining 'appropriate steps' after Brussels attack

The U.S. military is working to determine how to best keep troops in Europe safe following a string of bombings in Brussels, Belgium, Tuesday morning that killed at least 26 people. Lt. Col. David Westover, a spokesman for U.S. European Command, said the military is closely monitoring the developing situation in Brussels, but that all U.S. troops in the region are safe. At the present time, we… → Read More

At least a dozen killed in Brussels airport, metro explosions

Attacks were a response to last week's arrest of Salah Abdeslam, a terrorist behind last year's attacks in Paris. → Read More

House expected to press leaders on conflicting military budget statements

Some lawmakers could push Defense Secretary Ash Carter on Tuesday about the reality facing the military. → Read More

Islamic State launches new attack on Americans in Iraq

The same U.S. firebase where a Marine died over the weekend from the Islamic State rocket attack took small arms fire on Monday, according to a spokesman. Col. Steve Warren, a spokesman for Operation Inherent Resolve, said enemy small arms fire was not close enough to do any damage and that no U.S. personnel were wounded in the attack. Fewer than 200 Marines are at Firebase Bell in northern… → Read More

Airman arrested for assault at Trump rally in Tucson

He is at least the second military-connected Trump supporter to be involved in a violent episode at an event → Read More

Defense spending could go up, but here's who could suffer

Overseas accounts for Defense and State are in one pot. → Read More

Reports: U.S. deploying ground forces to Iraq base

The Marine killed Saturday in Iraq was at a temporary U.S. base that just became operational. → Read More

Obamas visit Cuba

Obama will become the first president since 1928 to visit the country. → Read More

McConnell promises no vote on Supreme Court vacancy, even in lame duck

Reid: "I'm glad they're doing it, but it's so foolish." → Read More

Kasich says he's 'willing to listen' if Cruz wants to make a deal

"If somebody wants to talk to me, I'll be willing to listen to it." → Read More

RNC chairman seeks to stop violence at Donald Trump events

The chairman of the Republican National Committee called Sunday for Donald Trump supporters to let police handle protesters at his rallies rather than taking matters violently into their own hands. Getting involved in confrontations, violence, is not the answer, Reince Priebus said on CNN's State of the Union. I think you leave these things up to the professionals. Several violent incidents at… → Read More

More violence at Trump events in Arizona

More violent incidents occurred at Donald Trump rallies on Saturday, a new incident Trump's campaign manager who has been accused of assaulting a Brietbart News reporter. A video shot at a Trump rally Saturday in Tucson, Ariz., shows Trump's campaign manger Corey Lewandowski grabbing a protestor by the collar and dragging him back through the crowd at Tuscon, Ariz., event. The protestor then… → Read More