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U.S. troops were still injured in Iran missile attack 

Several U.S. service members were injured during last week's Iranian missile attack on Al-Asad airbase in Iraq despite the Pentagon initially saying that no casualties had taken place. "While no U.S. service members were killed …

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Iraqi military base that houses U.S. forces attacked

Four people were wounded yesterday in an attack on Balad air base in northern Iraq which houses U.S. personnel. The Iraqi military said in a statement that eight Katyusha rockets had been fired at the base, about 80 km north of …

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U.S. Army warns about fake military draft

The U.S. Army is warning Americans about a wave of "fraudulent text messages" falsely telling Americans they have been drafted into military service. The fake texts instruct the recipient to report to the nearest Army …

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Had U.S. forces warning before Iranian missile strikes?

U.S. forces at Iraqi bases most likely had some warning before missiles launched by Iran struck this morning, thanks to a facility devoted to detecting and providing alerts about launches anywhere in the world, according to public documents and a …

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Iran says 80 American soldiers killed in missile strikes

Iranian state television said that at least 80 American soldiers were killed in attacks involving 15 missiles Tehran launched on U.S. targets in Iraq, adding that none of the missiles were intercepted. State TV, citing a senior …

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Iran attacks U.S. military facilities in Iraq

Iran has delivered missile strikes against at least two military facilities in western Iraq, where U.S. troops are deployed, a statement from Assistant to the U.S. Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs Jonathan Hoffman …

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US Army ready for  new war

The American armed forces are in a state of full readiness, and the administration of US President Donald Trump does not exclude any option for the development of events after the liquidation of the commander of the Quds Force of the Islamic …

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U.S. to send about 500 troops to Syria

The White House is considering options for leaving about 500 U.S. troops in northeast Syria to safeguard oil fields, the officials said. Abrams battle tanks and Bradley armored vehicles will be also deployed to the region, the Wall …

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Pentagon explains northeast Syria troop withdrawal

Spokesman for the U.S. Defense Department Jonathan Hoffman explained why it was decided that U.S. troops would leave northeast Syria ahead of a Turkish offensive in the area. "Unfortunately, Turkey has chosen to …

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Trump launches U.S. Space Command

U.S. President Donald Trump launched a new Pentagon command dedicated to space warfare. The U.S. president hosted a ceremony in the White House Rose Garden yesterday for the creation of space command within the …

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U.S. tests ground launch cruise missile banned under INF

The U.S. military conducted a flight test of a conventional ground-launched cruise missile off the western coast of the U.S. Sunday, a missile test that would have been previously banned under the now defunct Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces …

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U.S. delegation arrives in Turkey's Sanliurfa

A U.S. delegation has arrived in Turkey’s province of Sanliurfa to start work on the establishment of a joint operations center to coordinate a planned safe zone in neighboring Syria, Turkish authorities said. Work to …

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U.S. working on plans to deter Iran

American intelligence and military officers are working on additional clandestine plans to counter Iran in the Persian Gulf, pushed by the White House to develop new options that could help deter Tehran, according to current and former Pentagon …

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IRGC claims U.S. 'spy' drone shot down - media

Iran’s elite Revolutionary Guards have shot down a U.S. 'spy' drone in the southern province of Hormozgan, which is on the Gulf, according to the Guards’ news website Sepah News. "It was shot down when it …

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