The United States has no information supporting Russia’s claim that it carried out a strike against Islamic State senior leader Mohammad al-Adnani, Pentagon press secretary Peter Cook told reporters Wednesday.
A Gold Star mother whose son was killed fighting in Afghanistan forcefully condemned Colin Kaepernick’s refusal last week to stand during a pre-game performance of the National Anthem, calling the 49ers quarterback “ungrateful, privileged, and arrogant.”
The nation’s second highest-ranking military officer believes that one of our adversaries may try to build a completely autonomous “Terminator”-like system that can conduct lethal operations on the battlefield.
The Pentagon on Wednesday identified the U.S. Army soldier recently killed in Afghanistan as Staff Sgt. Matthew V. Thompson.
The Pentagon has records for fewer than half of the firearms the United States dispensed to partner forces in Afghanistan and Iraq since the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, the New York Times reported Wednesday.
An explosion and gunfire were witnessed in a militant attack on American University of Afghanistan in Kabul on Wednesday.
An American service member was killed in Afghanistan’s Helmand Province on Tuesday, the U.S. military confirmed in a statement.
The United States has deployed about 100 troops to the capital of the Helmand Province in Afghanistan as Taliban insurgents have made gains around the city.
North Korea warned Monday that it would launch a preemptive nuclear attack against the U.S. and South Korea if they showed the “slightest sign of aggression” toward Pyongyang while conducting their annual military drills.
China is building its first overseas military outpost just miles from the largest U.S. military base in Africa.