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Officials don't know the balloon's country of origin, but have determined it poses no threat to aerial traffic or national security.
The U.S. government has long celebrated having immigrants in the military, but Sofya Aptekar's new book shows it's a much more complicated story.
The recently departed under secretary pushed through some of the most significant diversity and equity efforts at the Defense Department.
The U.S. military said a jet dumped fuel on the MQ-9 “Reaper” operating in international airspace before striking its propeller.
In Yemen's strategically vital Al-Mahra province, Saudi troops and influence operations are alarming locals — and U.S. military personnel and experts recently made unreported visits.
"I'm not gonna categorize them as balloons," said Gen. Glen VanHerck, commander of NORAD. "We're calling them 'objects' for a reason."
U.S. military forces around the world will no longer be required to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
Soldiers are leaving the Army National Guard at a faster rate than they are enlisting.
The U.S. military did not identify the targets nor offer any casualty figures from the strikes.
“Those are the heroes,” John Kelly reportedly responded to Trump in the new book “The Divider” by journalists Peter Baker and Susan B. Glasser.