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Posted: February 26, 2018
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5 Things to Start Your Week: February 26, 2018
Here are five news stories and events to start your week, from the editors at Military.com.
With 'Tacking-On' Ritual Banned, Air Force Aims to Create New Traditions
The Air Force will stick to guidance despite pushback from airmen on "the cultural birthright" to pin on new stripes.
Air Force Chief of Staff Reveals Bell’s Palsy Diagnosis
Gen. David Goldfein says the condition, which paralyzes half his face, is temporary and treatable.
Jump Policy Update Ensures Paratroopers Maintain Hazardous-Duty Pay
The change will allow paratroopers to keep pay when circumstances out of their control prevent them from performing jumps.
Ex-Forest Ranger Ordered to Pay $590K in Arrest Involving Disabled Vet
A ex-forest ranger was ordered to pay a disabled vet and a friend $590,000 after using excessive force during their arrests.
'Precursor to 9/11': Trade Center Bomb Echoes after 25 Years
The explosion killed six people, injured more than 1,000, and led to improvements credited with saving lives on Sept. 11.
Amphibious Squadron Leaders Relieved After Harassment Complaints
Both officers were relieved on Saturday and have been temporarily assigned to other jobs at Sasebo Naval Base, Japan.
Air Force Wants to Decrease Manning for Its UAVs
It takes about 10 people to operate one UAV at any given time.
Mattis Wants Ground Combat Units to Be More Lethal in the Close Fight
The U.S. Military's top leader has launched an effort to make ground forces deadlier in close combat.