Military

Troops Are Not The Answer To The Crisis At The Border

As the humanitarian crisis at the southern border has grown, the President and his allies have called for the U.S. military to be deployed in greater numbers. I commanded the U.S. Southern Command, overseeing all forces south of this country, for a...

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Forget About The F-35: This Is America's Deadliest Plane Of All (it Can Kill Billions)

Sebastien Roblin Security, Americas Think nukes. Of course, the U.S. military has a ground-based strategic Global Operations Center in Nebraska, and land-based transmitters for communicating with the nuclear triad. However, the E-6’s sinister...

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No Rohingya Turn Up For Repatriation To Myanmar

A fresh push to repatriate Rohingya refugees to Myanmar fall flat on Thursday, with no one turning up to hop on five buses and 10 trucks laid on by Bangladesh.Members of the Muslim minority, 740,000 of whom fled a military offensive in 2017, are...
Related topics: Myanmar, Bangladesh

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American Military Drone Shot Down Over Yemen

Iranian-backed Houthi forces claimed credit for the downing of the drone, an MQ-9 Reaper.
Related topics: Drones, Yemen

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North Korea Refuses To Revive Nuclear Talks — And Accuses Us Of Angling To ‘trigger A Cold...

North Korea said Thursday it has “no interest” in dialogue unless Washington stops “escalating hostile military moves”, as a senior US envoy visited Seoul with an eye on reviving nuclear talks with Pyongyang. Talks between...
Related topics: North Korea, South Korea, Seoul, Pyongyang

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S-300 Missile Systems Repel Enemy Strike In South Russia Drills

More than two thousand military personnel and about 2500 units of military and special equipment, including more than 100 aircraft and helicopters, took part in the exercises.
Related topics: Russia

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No Serious Clashes Reported Near Khan Sheikhoun As Syrian Army Bolsters Positions - Source

IDLIB (Sputnik) - No serious clashes between the Syrian army and militants have been reported in the vicinity of Khan Sheikhoun city in Syria's last terrorist-held province of Idlib so far, a Syrian military source said on Wednesday.
Related topics: Syria, Terrorism

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Head Of Sudan's Transitional Military Council Sworn In As Chief Of New Sovereign Council

KHARTOUM (Sputnik) - The outgoing head of the Sudanese Transitional Military Council (TMC), Abdel Fattah Burhan, was sworn in on Wednesday as the chief of the freshly formed Sovereign Council (SC).
Related topics: Sudan

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Iranian Media Shows Off Footage Of 's-300 Analogue' In Action Amid Persian Gulf Row

The Iranian military promised to formally unveil the advanced air defence system, which has been undergoing testing since 2017, later this week; the defence industry started work on the project in 2010 as a result of UN Security Council sanctions...

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Romanian President Tells Trump Bucharest Ready To Accept More Us Troops

CHISINAU (Sputnik) - Bucharest is ready to accept more US troops who are expected to then be deployed to various policing and military units in the country, Romanian President Klaus Iohannis said following his meeting with US President Donald Trump.
Related topics: Donald Trump, Romania

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Syrian Army Encircles Terrorists In Villages Outside Khan Sheikhoun - Military Source

DAMASCUS (Sputnik) - The Syrian army has surrounded terrorists in settlements in the north of the Hama province south of the city of Khan Sheikhoun, a local military source said on Wednesday.
Related topics: Terrorism, Syria

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Israeli Military Accidentally Fires At Civilian Aircraft On Syria Border

TEL AVIV (Sputnik) - The Israel Defence Forces said on Wednesday that their troops in the occupied Golan Heights accidentally fired at a civilian aircraft after mistaking it for a trespassing Syrian plane.
Related topics: Syria, Israel, Tel,aviv

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Pyongyang Says North Korea Repudiates Dialogue Accompanied By Military Threats

TOKYO (Sputnik) – North Korea’s Foreign Ministry said on Thursday it was committed to resolving disagreements through dialogue, noting, however, that Pyongyang was not interested in negotiations accompanied by military threats.
Related topics: North Korea, Pyongyang, Japan, Tokyo

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Experts: Trump’s approach Could Push Pyongyang Toward Beijing

As a top North Korean military official concluded a visit to China this week in an effort to boost military ties with Beijing, experts said Washington’s big-deal approach could push Pyongyang to deepen its military relations with Beijing, a...
Related topics: North Korea, Pyongyang, China, Beijing

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Sudan Has A New Sovereign Council, But Protesters Aren't Letting Their Guards Down Yet

Sudan's 39-month transition to elections has begun. On Tuesday evening, Sudan's ruling military council formally disbanded, and the country's generals and opposition leaders formed a new 11-member joint ruling body, which is made up of six civilians...
Related topics: Sudan, Protests

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A Last-of-its-kind Rocket Will Launch A Gps Satellite For The Us Military Thursday. How To Watch

It's time for United Launch Alliance's Delta IV medium rocket to retire. Luckily, you have one last chance to watch the rocket launch live.
Related topics: Satellites, Space

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Why You React The Way You Do In A Crisis, According To A Former Navy Psychologist

Why are some people calm and rational, while others become fearful and paralyzed? According to a former military psychologist, it all comes down to training and experience. There is a classic scene in any disaster movie: The tsunami, or earthquake,...
Related topics: Tsunami, Earthquakes

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The Absurd Strategy Behind Russia’s Nuclear Explosion

The United States and Russia are entering a new arms race, and the costs aren’t just monetary. On August 8, Russian civilians around the remote village of Nyonoksa found themselves downwind of a military nuclear propulsion experiment gone wrong in...
Related topics: Russia

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The Image No Military Commander Wants To Think About: 1 Million North Korean Troops

Dave Majumdar Security, Asia Scary stuff. Meanwhile, North Korea is also modernizing its armored forces—but the mechanized troops are not the main focus of the regime in Pyongyang.  While analysts often focus on the so-called Democratic...
Related topics: North Korea, Pyongyang

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China Threatens Us Companies With Sanctions Over Arms Sales To Taiwan

On Tuesday, The United States greenlighted an $8 billion sale of 66 F-16 fighter jets and related equipment to Taiwan which seeks to modernise its military and maintain credible defence capabilities.
Related topics: China, Taiwan

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