Wildlife The Air Force Is Trying New Strategies To Battle A Constant Problem: Birds On Airfields By Stephanie Colombini • Mar 11, 2019 Mariette Adams / U.S. Air Force Fireworks, drones, and habitat relocation projects are among the ways that Air Force biologists are fighting the expensive and potentially deadly problem of bird strikes. Navy Proposes New Pacific Training Plan, But Critics Say It Could Harm Whales By Steve Walsh • Aug 16, 2018 Steve Walsh / American Homefront The Navy is rolling out its latest plan to manage wildlife in its ocean training grounds from Southern California to Hawaii. But environmentalists worry the Navy is backsliding in its efforts to protect marine life. Florida Veterans Fight A New Enemy: Invasive Snakes In The Everglades By Maria Bakkalapulo • Oct 30, 2017 Niall Macaulay Removing pythons helps the ecology of the Everglades - and helps veterans transition from the battlefield to civilian life. Bombs, Birds, and Butterflies Co-Exist As Pentagon Protects Rare Species By Jay Price • Aug 23, 2016 Jay Price / American Homefront The U.S. military has joined forces with environmental groups to preserve natural habitats. More than 400 threatened and endangered species are benefiting, and so is the Pentagon.