ISAF Joint Command in Afghanistan formally ceases ops
ISAF gives way to Resolute Support, the new-look platform for NATO partnership with Kabul.
Pentagon: Hostages shot by terrorists, died as doctors, medics struggled to save them
Special operators were detected as they approached Al Qaeda in the Arabia Peninsula compound.
Anti-ISIL strategy working, needs patience, Austin says
Commanding general of U.S. Central Command lays out his view of the campaign against forces of the Islamic State.
Pentagon reporter recalls his travels with Williams
In Afghanistan, the “clamshell” at Bagram Air Field was a favorite venue for him, and he performed there many times. In 2010, he started the show with “I love what you’ve done with the place.”
Pentagon: U.S. continues to help Iraq in face of extremist threat
DoD pushes back on narrative that they have done nothing to help Iraq.
Dempsey: America sent troops because it wants a stable Iraq
Dempsey said American forces will match the troop commitment to the threat.
Armed drones return to Iraqi skies
The armed drones, piloted outside the country, fly 30 to 40 missions over Iraq daily.
DOD report: China building worldwide military force
The People’s Liberation Army will continue to grow until 2049, the Pentagon report said.
Air Force addressing systemic problems in ICBM Force
Lapses threaten the Air Force side of the nuclear triad.
Pentagon pledges to continue search for Bergdahl
Soldier still missing.
Iraq setbacks disappointing, says Dempsey
Americans fighting in uniform for the success of our ally Iraq did their job.
Bright Star stoppage signals U.S. objection to violence in Egypt
Keeping the lines of communication open between the two militaries is important, Little said, if only “to convey the strong views of this government about developments in Egypt.”