Iran says new US sanctions mean end of diplomacy as way forward
Iran's President Hassan Rouhani described the White House as "afflicted by mental retardation." He went on to call the sanctions against Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei "outrageous and idiotic," especially as the 80-year-old Shiite cleric has no plans to ever travel to the United States.
What to make of US cyber activities in Iran
Experts told Fifth Domain that a cyberattack in Iran signals that U.S. leaders are becoming increasingly comfortable with cyberwarfare and, in some cases, now view cyber operations as a half-step removed from a kinetic conflict.
Esper lays out priorities in first message to the force as acting SECDEF
Acting Defense Secretary Mark Esper is expected to be nominated for the Pentagon's top job.
Despite massive shows of air power, nearly 40 percent of Marine Ospreys are not mission capable
The Osprey is the Corps’ “most in-demand and deployed aircraft.”
Thanks to SEAL’s immunity deals, confessed killer unlikely to be charged
Special Warfare Operator 1st Class Corey Scott said that he killed the detainee, not the SEAL on trial for the alleged murder.
Trump levels sanctions against Iran, with a warning
Trump and his top foreign policy aides hope to pressure Iran’s leaders to limit their nuclear program and to ramp down both military activity and support for militants in the Mideast.
Inside the “nightmare of a house” that created the Iraq War’s first living Medal of Honor recipient
Former Staff Sgt. David Bellavia recalls the battle that earned him the military's highest valor award.
Victims of New Hampshire Marine JarHeads motorcycle crash ID’d as bikers bid goodbye
A long-planned Blessing of the Bikes ceremony for motorcycle enthusiasts became a scene of mourning and reflection Sunday as about 400 people paid tribute to seven bikers killed in a devastating collision with a pickup truck.
Veteran organizations to hand out USS McCain shirts during Trump’s Fourth of July celebration
McCain has drawn the scorn of the president — in life and in death — following a long-running feud that dates back to Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign.
Atlanta to be home of rare Civil War flag of black soldiers
“We Will Prove Ourselves Men,” reads the inscription at the top of the regimental flag carried into battle by members of the 127th United States Colored Troops.
Texas sending another 1,000 National Guard troops to border
Texas Republican Gov. Greg Abbott announced on Friday that he will send another 1,000 National Guard troops to the U.S.-Mexico border while accusing Congress of failing to take action on the growing humanitarian crisis.
Bad spending oversight hampers Afghan troops, says US watchdog
A lack of coordinated oversight of America's spending in Afghanistan has led to a waste of funds and hampered training and development of the country's security forces, according to a watchdog group that monitors billions of dollars in U.S. aid to the country.
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