This is what Mattis will be up to post-Trump administration
Mattis' new role includes writing about domestic and international security policy, as well as participating in military and national security events in California and Washington.
The Corps’ future high-tech MUX drone program is not dead ― here’s where it’s at
The Corps only requested $21.6 million in fiscal year 2020 budget submission for the MUX.
Here is the Pentagon’s list of construction projects that could be cut to fund a border wall
Not every project on the list would be cut, under the Pentagon's proposed rules
Search scaled back for Marine lieutenant missing in Sierra Nevada mountain range
The search for Lt. Matthew Kraft has been scaled back to a limited continuous search.
Here’s what happened in Iceland after Marines and sailors drank all the beer in town
It’s not uncommon during deployment for Marines and sailors to get into a bit of trouble when ships pull into port in for a bit of down time.
US military presence in Syria is ‘illegitimate,’ says defense minister
Syria’s defense minister on Monday slammed what he called the “illegitimate” U.S. military presence in his country, vowing that Damascus has a right to self-defense, while Iraq said a border crossing with Syria will open in the coming days.
US-backed forces admit to ‘difficulties’ defeating ISIS in Syria
U.S.-backed forces fighting to recapture the last Islamic State group outpost in Syria admitted on Sunday they were facing “difficulties” defeating the extremists, saying they were being slowed by mines, tunnels and concerns over harming women and children among the militants.
Trump met with his national security team after Afghan official complained about Taliban talks
President Donald Trump and his national security team had an hourlong, classified meeting on Afghanistan on Friday, a day after a top Afghan official openly complained that the Trump administration was keeping his government in the dark about its negotiations with the Taliban.
Lawyer: US Navy veteran held in Iran sentenced to 10 years
A U.S. Navy veteran from California has been sentenced to 10 years in prison in Iran, his lawyer said Saturday, becoming the first American known to be imprisoned there since President Donald Trump took office.
With lawsuits on the horizon, DoD looks for ways to cut contaminated water cleanup costs
The Pentagon is already on the hook for $27 billion in environmental cleanup, loosening the PFAS standards cost give it some relief - but at what cost?
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