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Task Force Commander: ISIS Forces Degraded From Caliphate to CavesOpen in a New Window

At one time, the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria controlled a self-proclaimed caliphate that stretched from Syria to Iraq, but now that force in Iraq has been degraded so much that the remnants are hiding in caves, deep wadis and tunnels in the desert and hills of western Iraq’s austere terrain.

 

DOD Spokesman: As U.S. Provides Aid to Central, South America, Russia Sends BombersOpen in a New Window

Medical personnel aboard the hospital ship USNS Comfort have treated more than 20,000 civilians, and performed more than 600 surgeries in several Central and South American nations, Army Col. Rob Manning, a Pentagon spokesman said.

 

President Intends to Nominate Milley to Succeed Dunford as ChairmanOpen in a New Window

In a tweet, President Donald J. Trump indicated he will nominate Army Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Milley as the next chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

 

Dunford Discusses Near-Peer Competition, Keeping U.S. Military EdgeOpen in a New Window

Near-peer competition and the United States retaining its military competitive edge were among the issues the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff discussed today in an interview with Washington Post associate editor David Ignatius.

 

America Bids Goodbye to President George H.W. BushOpen in a New Window

Eulogies hailed former President George Herbert Walker Bush as both a great and a good man at a state funeral service at the Washington National Cathedral.

 

NATO Agrees: Russia in Material Breach of INF TreatyOpen in a New Window

NATO allies agree that Russia is in material breach of the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty, and have decided to start planning for a post-INF Treaty world, Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said in Brussels.

 

Centcom’s 20 Nations Present Vexing Challenges, Nominee Tells SenateOpen in a New Window

The 20 countries that make up the U.S. Central Command area of responsibility are as diverse and unique as any in the world, but they also present a vexing set of challenges, Marine Corps Lt. Gen. Kenneth F. McKenzie Jr. told the Senate Armed Forces Committee.

 

Near-Peer Competition Means Relook at Special Ops Missions, Socom Nominee Tells CongressOpen in a New Window

The shift of the National Defense Strategy to confronting near-peer competitors will continue the demand for special operations forces, the president’s nominee to be the commander of U.S. Special Operations Command said at his Senate Armed Services Committee confirmation hearing.

 

Analyst Wins Top CIO Award For Insider Threat Detection EffortsOpen in a New Window

At the 2018 DOD Chief Information Officer Annual Awards for Cyber and Information Technology Excellence ceremony at the Pentagon, a U.S. Strategic Command cyberthreat analyst won an individual award for her work in developing a matrix aimed at identifying insider threats.

 

Mattis: Bush Taught Others to Live ‘A Life without Regret’Open in a New Window

Defense Secretary James N. Mattis spoke for all members of the Defense Department in expressing sorrow for the passing of President George H. W. Bush today during his remarks at the Reagan Defense Forum in California.

 

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