Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said the recently completed U.S. defense strategy, the first in 10 years, will be used to guide the revamping of the military during the Trump administration.
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said Wednesday the Trump administration is working with U.S. allies on a measure to prevent Iran from procuring a nuclear weapon, less than 24 hours after President Donald Trump torpedoed the Obama-era Iran nuclear deal.
Secretary of Defense James Mattis provided the White House this week with a new policy regarding the transfer of detainees to the detention center at the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base in Cuba.
President Trump, backed by a new hardline national security team along with new evidence uncovered by Israel, is likely to end U.S. participation in the controversial 2015 Iran nuclear deal.
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said Thursday that Iran’s destabilizing actions in Syria risk an escalation with Israel that could spark a larger regional conflict.
Secretary of Defense James Mattis dismissed rumors Wednesday that he disagreed with President Donald Trump on the administration’s decision to launch airstrikes on Syria.