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Army Secretary Mark Esper and Chief of Staff Mark Milley play distinct but complementary roles in the service’s push to modernize, Army Undersecretary Ryan McCarthy told me this morning, dismissing the idea of any “tension” between their priorities.
In MilitaryAhead of planning meeting in Singapore, Trump suggests N. Korea summit could fall through
President Trump acknowledged Tuesday that there is a "substantial chance" a scheduled summit with Kim Jong Un could be canceled, as top aides prepared to travel to Singapore for a crucial planning meeting this weekend with North Korean officials.
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An advanced U.S. destroyer equipped with cutting-edge ballistic missile defense technology arrived at its new home port at the Yokosuka naval base in Kanagawa Prefecture on Tuesday, as the U.S. Navy's Japan-based 7th Fleet looks to bounce back from two deadly accidents less than a year ago while also contending with nuclear-armed North Korea.
In MilitaryBay Area airman has been missing since WWII. Now his plane has been found
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A small group of foreign journalists arrived in North Korea on Tuesday to cover the dismantling of the country's nuclear test site later this week, but without South Korean media initially also scheduled to participate.
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In March, President Donald Trump said he would be pulling U.S. troops out of Syria "very soon." But they're still there, and will stay there, to defeat what's left of the so-called Islamic State, says the man in charge of military efforts in the region.
In MilitaryPompeo vows U.S., Mideast allies will 'crush' Iranian operatives around the world
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Monday launched a sweeping broadside against the Iranian government, vowing to use all U.S. economic and military might to destroy its economy and "crush" its operatives and proxies around the world.