The U.S. Army issued an apology Wednesday after mistakenly posting an article to its official Twitter account claiming Donald Trump “lies once every 3 minutes, 15 seconds.”
Russia vowed on Thursday to move forward with its military operations in Syria, brushing aside the Obama administration’s threat to sever talks if Moscow continues its assault on Aleppo.
Russia on Tuesday test-fired two submarine-launched ballistic missiles, one of which self-destructed during flight, Moscow’s defense ministry said.
The Defense Department will deploy 600 additional troops to Iraq to assist in the U.S.-led coalition campaign to retake Mosul from the Islamic State, the Pentagon announced Wednesday.
House Democrats called on the Obama administration Tuesday to continue diplomatic negotiations aimed at ending the Syrian civil war despite the recently failed effort with Russia.
The White House has reportedly barred the Defense Department from discussing military “competition” with China, telling leaders to scrap the wording in favor of something less provocative.
As the great powers jam the door of Mosul for the last big battle, many of the Islamic State terrorists themselves cannot wait to get out of town.
The U.S. military has asked the White House to deploy up to 500 additional troops to Iraq to assist in the U.S.-led coalition campaign to retake Mosul from the Islamic State, according to U.S. officials.
President Obama issued a policy directive on Wednesday requiring the impacts of climate change to be considered when developing national security plans and policies.
Presidential candidates Donald Trump and Gary Johnson are running neck-and-neck among American military personnel, according to a new survey that showcases bleak opinions about the two major party candidates in the race.