All personnel aboard a U.S. military helicopter carrying American service members were killed in a crash in western Iraq, the U.S. Central Command said on Friday.
A new group in Iraq called White Flag is coming under close scrutiny by U.S. intelligence agencies amid concerns the terrorist organization could become a regional successor to the Islamic State.
American advisers have begun coordinating with the Iraqi Security Forces and local police teams to prepare for the possibility of a terrorist attack during national parliamentary elections in May, a senior U.S. commander said Tuesday.
The U.S. military is training Kurdish recruits in Syria near the Turkish border as part of a planned force of 30,000 to secure Syria’s borders with Turkey and Iraq.
USAID, responding to pressure late last year from Vice President Mike Pence, announced today that it is altering its policies in order to ensure that millions of dollars in U.S. aid appropriated by Congress reaches Iraqi religious minorities
Defense Secretary James Mattis sees the U.S. military as more than just an arm of the country’s national security policy, an observation the retired Marine Corps general made when recounting to troops an assassination attempt he survived during the Iraq War.
After ten flights over two days, U.S. Army combat engineer Francois Clerfe made it home to California from his station in Iraq to witness the birth of his first child on Jan. 1.
Miss Iraq, Sarah Idan, and her family had to flee the country after receiving death threats over a selfie she posted with Miss Israel last month.