The US plans to keep its aircraft further away from Russian territory in the Black Sea, CNN reported on Tuesday. The decision comes after a Russian fighter jet collided with a Reaper drone, causing the American aircraft to plunge into the water.
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Ukrainian Troops Complete Training Early as DoD Accelerates Plan to Send Air Defense, Tanks to Kiev
Sixty-five Ukrainian soldiers have completed their training on Patriot air defense systems in the United States, the Pentagon said, announcing that Washington would now send Patriot batteries and Abrams tanks to Kiev ahead of schedule.
43,000 Somalis Starved to Death in 2022: UN
The United Nations estimates that 43,000 Somalis starved to death last year. At least half of those who died are said to have been children less than five years old. The Horn of Africa nation is suffering from a drought as well as a US military campaign targeting the...
DoD Will Spend $750,000 Inducing ‘Havana Syndrome’ in Animals, an Illness the Intel Community Cannot Prove Exists
The Department of Defense granted Wayne State University $750,000 to attempt to give ferrets “Havana Syndrome.” Earlier this month, the intelligence community concluded the illness is not caused by a weapon. American officials in Havana, Cuba reported hearing loud...
American Guided Bombs Are ‘Operational’ in Ukraine
The Department of Defense confirmed that advanced bombs are operational in Ukraine. The Joint Direct Attack Munition-Extended Range (JDAM-ER) can hit targets 50 miles away. The Pentagon’s confirmation comes after President Joe Biden ordered the Pentagon to transfer...
Massive US, South Korean War Games Set to Inflame Tensions with North Korea
Washington and Seoul announced their largest war games in five years. Last month, North Korea warned the US and South Korea that Pyongyang would take “unprecedentedly persistent and strong counteractions.”
Afghan Inspector General Warns US Likely to Repeat Mistakes in Ukraine
The inspector general for the Afghan War said the White House is replicating its failed Afghan War policies in Ukraine on Tuesday. John Sopko, Special Inspector General for Afghan Reconstruction (SIGAR), warned about American-made weapons falling into the wrong hands....
Pentagon Admits Russia Captured American Weapons in Ukraine
American weapons provided to Ukraine have been captured by Russia on the battlefield, a top Department of Defense official told Congress on Tuesday. Over the past year, Washington has provided Kiev with nearly $45 billion in military aid. Undersecretary of Defense...
US, Allies Plan for Information War with China
American defense officials discussed waging an information war against China with its allies, according to the commander of Naval Information Forces.
Blinken Accuses Beijing of “Considering” Arming Moscow Without Evidence
Amid simmering tensions between Washington and Beijing, Secretary of State Antony Blinken met with his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi at the Munich Security Conference on Saturday. After the White House ordered the military to shoot down a Chinese balloon which floated...
Let’s Talk About America’s Unprovoked War Against Iraq
Referring to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, an editorial in Saturday’s Washington Post exclaims that Ukraine’s “struggle is also a crucible for Europe and an assault against the most basic precept on which the Western system rests: the impermissibility of unprovoked...
Rep. Turner: Biden Should Be ‘Trigger Happy’
Republican Congressman Mike Turner has said the president should be “trigger happy“ when it comes to shooting down unidentified objects. The statement came after the White House ordered fighter jets to bring down several ‘UFOs’ – known to the Pentagon as “unidentified aerial phenomena,” or UAPs – spotted in US and Canadian airspace in recent days.
US Military Shoots Down Unidentified ‘Object’ Near Alaska
The White House claimed the Pentagon downed an unknown object off the coast of Alaska. The Joe Biden administration downplayed the incident claiming the craft was only shot down as a precaution.
Washington Is Upset Beijing Did Not Take Call After Balloon Shootdown
The Pentagon has claimed that Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin could not reach his Chinese counterpart shortly after an American fighter jet shot down a craft Beijing says was a weather balloon.
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