Blackhawk Helicopters Terrify Miami Residents After Dropping Live Bomb During Nighttime ‘Training’ Exercise
The Blackhawk helicopters were participating in war games, what the Army called routine, low altitude training. But the routine was broken when one of the choppers dropped a bomb-like ammunitions container overboard in Northwest Miami-Dade.
Obviously the solution the president went with was the $5 billion to Qatar and the trade of the five Taliban.
The attack took place near the Ein al-Asad base, which includes close to 100 U.S. military advisers. The U.S. troops, armed with “light and medium weapons,” and were able to inflict casualties against the ISIS fighters, forcing them to retreat, Shafaq News reported.
The Air Force’s operational command bunker in Tel Aviv — commonly known as “the pit” — is nearing the end of a multi-million dollar upgrade, funded by the United States
President who vowed to end war, now seeks sweeping power to expand it to pursue the Islamic State terrorists wherever and however he deems necessary
Over 6,000 Marines based in Europe and the Middle East are now on “high alert,” a Marine spokesman told Fox News, following the release of a Senate report on CIA interrogation practices
An ISIS terrorist has been photographed aiming a 10-foot long sniper rifle out of a flat window in Kobane. The fearsome weapon fires 23mm calibre bullets, far larger than the standard size.
Under the executive order, the St. Louis County Police Department will have command and operational control over security in the city of Ferguson in areas of protests and acts of civil disobedience, should such activities occur.
Governments are developing weapons that rely on artificial intelligence, not human instruction, to decide what to target and whom to kill.
A court ordered that Tahmooressi, who’d been held on weapons charges, be freed, a Mexican federal government press release said.
Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel concluded that Israel will purchase a second squadron of stealth technology aircraft F-35, during Ya’alon’s visit to the U.S.
Marine Lance Cpl. Sean Neal, a 19-year-old from California, died in Baghdad on Thursday in what a Pentagon statement described as a noncombat incident. Further details about how Neal died were not immediately available.
Russian military provocations have increased so much over the seven months since Moscow annexed Crimea from Ukraine that Washington and its allies are scrambling defense assets on a nearly daily basis in response to air, sea and land incursions by Vladimir Putin’s forces.
On Tuesday the Islamist militant group took credit for a mortar attack against the embassy in Baghdad. The group bragged about the attack on social media, claiming that there were likely casualties.
ISIS said today that “Weapons and munitions dropped by American planes and landed in the areas controlled by the Islamic State in Kobani.”
Iraqi pilots who have joined Islamic State in Syria are training members of the group to fly in three captured fighter jets, a group monitoring the war said on Friday, saying it was the first time that the militant group had taken to the air.
Numerous US troops found and were exposed to chemical weapons while serving in Iraq after the 2003 invasion of the country, and they were plagued by not only the terrible after effects, but substandard medical care and little recognition after the military attempted to keep the discovery of the munitions a secret.
Tuesday, Oct. 7, Gov. Dannel Malloy Malloy signed an order that gives the Commissioner of the Department of Public Health the ability to effectively quarantine an individual or a group of individuals who may have been exposed to or infected with the Ebola virus.
Despite efforts by the Defense Department to label the 2009 massacre as “workplace violence,” Hasan has described himself as a “Soldier of Allah.”
Russia is moving tactical nuclear weapons systems into recently-annexed Crimea while the Obama administration is backing informal talks aimed at cutting U.S. tactical nuclear deployments in Europe.
Islamic State militants are threatening to overrun a key province in western Iraq in what would be a major victory for the jihadists and an embarrassing setback for the U.S.-led coalition targeting the group.
This will shortchange our war fighters and compromise their ability to complete the mission I was told by many friends of mine who served multiple tours of duty in both Iraq and Afghanistan that it was standard operating procedure to send soldiers out on guard duty in war zones with either rubber bullets or with […]