After 17 years, many Afghans blame US for unending war
When U.S. forces and their Afghan allies rode into Kabul in November 2001 they were greeted as liberators. But after 17 years of war, the Taliban have retaken half the country, security is worse than it’s ever been, and many Afghans place the blame squarely on the Americans.
US officials believe former Marine captain held hostage in Syria for 6 years is still alive
Officials wouldn't comment on specifics, but vowed to do everything they could to free the 37-year-old Marine veteran and freelance journalist.
The Corps already is looking for a new light tactical vehicle
The life expectancy of the MRZR, or utility task vehicle, is only five years.
After election loss, veteran Rep. McSally could still end up in the Senate
The Arizona governor could appoint McSally to the state's other Senate seat after her narrow defeat this cycle.
Are those Florida ballots that Trump says showed up ‘out of nowhere’ from military absentee voters?
Florida accepts absentee ballots from military and overseas voters through Nov. 16. Will that make a difference in these close elections for Senate and governor?
More than a dozen Navy SEALs may get caught up in war crimes investigation
The SEAL will face an Article 32 hearing Wednesday amid allegations that he fatally stabbed an Islamic State detainee in Iraq last year.
US-backed fighters resume final offensive against ISIS after pause to deal with Turkish tensions
The U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces are returning to the battle against the Islamic State following a pause to deal with clashes between their northern troops and Turkey.
This classified operation supports the Saudi military campaign in Yemen
Three new classified operations are part of larger efforts to defeat ISIS and al-Qaida.
Mattis to visit border troops; still no cost estimate for mission
Up to 7,000 active-duty forces are responding to the caravan. But are they in the right place?
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