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Recent articles by Luis:

3 brothers reunited after 50 years include an Army general and an Army colonel

Three brothers reunited after 50 years include an Army general and an Army colonel. → Read More

US Navy submarine USS Connecticut involved in underwater collision

The Navy says the USS Connecticut "struck an object" while submerged. → Read More

Military suicide deaths increase but not seen as linked to COVID-19 pandemic

The number of deaths by suicide in the military increased last year but it does not appear related to the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Key takeaways from US military leaders on Afghanistan withdrawal

Key takeaways from congressional hearing on the U.S. military mission in Afghanistan. → Read More

Milley defends calls to China amid concerns about Trump

Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Mark Milley on Tuesday defended his calls to China, saying he did not insert himself into nuclear launch chain of command. → Read More

US special envoy for Haiti resigns in protest over migrant removals

The U.S. special envoy for Haiti, Daniel Foote, has resigned in protest over the Biden administration deportations, calling them "inhumane." → Read More

US military investigating Kabul drone strike

The U.S. military continues to investigate a drone strike in Kabul that may have killed civilians, but Defense Department officials have said prevented an attack. → Read More

New Taliban government 'more of the same,' says Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin says new Taliban government is 'more of the same" and no evidence yet that it would be inclusive as the Taliban had claimed. → Read More

Navy declares 5 missing sailors dead after helicopter crash

The U.S. Navy has declared five missing sailors dead after their helicopter crashed into the sea off of California on Tuesday. → Read More

What we know about US service members killed in Kabul airport attack

Nearly 200 people were killed in Thursday's explosion, including 13 U.S. troops. → Read More

Army, Marine generals on Afghanistan evacuation: 'I’ve never seen anything like it'

The two American generals in charge of evacuations from Kabul guarantee they’ll “get as many out as we possibly can with the time we have available.” → Read More

Human remains found in wheel well of C-17 military plane that departed from Kabul

A U.S. official has confirmed human remains were found inside the wheel well of a C-17 military plane that had been swarmed by hundreds of people at Kabul’s airport. → Read More

Afghanistan updates: Taliban seize control, US continues chaotic evacuation

The Afghan government has crumbled to Taliban rule, and the U.S. military is racing to evacuate diplomats and civilians from an increasingly chaotic Kabul airport. → Read More

Afghanistan updates: US airport operations continue, Taliban negotiate in Kabul

The Taliban said they do not intend to take Afghanistan's capital by force and reported that its leaders were at the presidential palace to negotiate a transfer of power. → Read More

Afghanistan updates: Taliban captures Mazar-e-Sharif after president addresses nation

Taliban advances closer to Kabul, taking all of Logar province, and captures Mazar-e-Sharif, as President Ashraf Ghani addresses the nation. → Read More

Afghanistan updates: Taliban advances closer to Kabul as president addresses nation

Taliban advances closer to Kabul, taking all of Logar province, as President Ashraf Ghani addresses nation. → Read More

Taliban fighters executing surrendering troops, which could amount to war crimes, U.S. officials say

The U.S. warns that Taliban fighters are executing surrendering troops, which could amount to war crimes, U.S. officials say. Americans are also being urged to leave. → Read More

US military analysis says Kabul could fall to Taliban in 90 days: Official

A new military analysis warns that Kabul could become isolated in 30 to 60 days and could fall to the militant group in 90 days, a U.S. official confirmed to ABC News. → Read More

Pentagon to require mandatory COVID vaccines by mid-September

The Pentagon will require mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations for all U.S. military service members. → Read More

Defense Secretary to announce mandatory COVID vaccinations for troops 'soon': Sources

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin is expected to announce his recommendation to President Biden that vaccines be made mandatory for troops, officials told ABC News Wednesday → Read More