A U.S. Central Command official confirmed to the Washington Free Beacon on Monday that warning pamphlets were dropped on Islamic State targets 45 minutes before bombing sorties in order “to minimize the risks to civilians.”
SEOUL (Reuters) – A U.S. Apache helicopter crashed in central South Korea on Monday, killing its pilot and another crew member, police and military officials said.
In the wake of the Paris terror attacks, President Obama has earned his worst rating on his handling of terrorism in his career.
The Russian Defense Ministry on Friday released multiple videos showing Moscow’s continued air and sea operations against targets in Syria.
A U.S. drone strike hit infamous Islamic State terrorist “Jihadi John” Thursday night in Raqqa, Syria, leading officials to believe that he has been killed.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter fired his top military aide, U.S. Army Lt. Gen. Ron Lewis, Thursday over allegations of misconduct.
A 25-year-old man from Akron, Ohio, who allegedly expressed support for the Islamic State was arrested on federal charges for soliciting the murder of U.S. military members.
Two former Pentagon officials believe that the U.S. Navy is currently “strained” because of its lack of ships.