In Pennsylvania, legislators passed a bipartisan bill expanding education opportunities for military families, proving Republicans and Democrats can still work together.
Pompeo's latest attack came as the Russian military vowed to continue supporting President Nicolas Maduro's forces.
About an hour later, the Fox Business host shared another tweet, writing: "God Bless America and our Great President!"
"To me, the most troubling thing is the potential politicization of the military. It is one of the last institutions in this country in which the American people see as being non-political," Willam Cohen warned.
Warren suggested that Trump's "Salute to America" is really more of a salute to the president, given the provision of tickets to his political donors.
"A member of the Armed Forces on active duty shall not ... March or ride in partisan parades," Navy Reserve officer Josh Campbell opined.
Yi-Chi Shih sourced sensitive microchips from an American company whose customers include the U.S. Air Force and DARPA.
The passing of the legislation was intended to both support military families and provide incentives for service members to reenlist.
The soldiers died after facing a savage fusillade of gunfire from Taliban militants positioned 10-yards away.
Foul play is not suspected for the service member found near the Arizona town of Ajo on Sunday.
Wednesday's drone shoot down is the latest in a series of escalations that threaten to push Washington and Tehran into open conflict.
Russia's military preparation means "not a single hair on any Russian citizen's head would be harmed," Leonid Slutsky said.
Rear Admiral Heidi Berg accused Chinese forces of "irresponsible actions" for allegedly harassing troops at an the base in Djibouti.
GOP Senator Tom Cotton said he supports a military strike against Iran in the wake of attacks against commercial oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman last week.
The Pentagon is still investing in "deeply flawed" strategies to the detriment of national security, said the Center for New American Security report.
Arctic cooperation is one of few fields in which the U.S. and Russia have maintained communications, but it's also a major venue for tensions between the top two military powers.
A top U.S. commander suggested that Washington's tough stance had prevented an attack.
The conservative talk show host decided to use the 75th anniversary of the WWII operation to attack migrants at the southern border.
"The Chinese People's Liberation Army has been patiently stalking the U.S. military for two decades," the report explains.
McCain also pointed out that the warship was actually named for her grandfather and great grandfather "who were the very first four-star admirals in the Navy."
D.O., real name Doh Kyung-soo, has decided to voluntarily enlist for Korean military service, starting July 1.
"Under most scenarios, short of war, the United States is unlikely to halt the narrowing power differential between itself and China," the Lowy Institute's 2019 Asia Power Index found.
"It is a virtual certainty that you will fight on a battlefield for America at some point in your life," Vice President Mike Pence said.
Originally called Decoration Day, Memorial Day honors those who gave their lives in service to their country.
Senator Bob Menendez said he was "disappointed, but not surprised, that the Trump administration has failed once again to prioritize our long-term national security interests or stand up for human rights."
Despite Norwegian and U.S. denials, the Globus-II radar previously served in a role related to missile technology and was once revealed to be pointing toward Russia.
Defense Department documents obtained by Newsweek show U.S. Northern Command sent an urgent request for additional U.S. forces.
"#WeHaveTheWatch," the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) tweeted.
Mainland Alaska and mainland Russia are only roughly 55 miles apart, and the two share a chain of islands known as the Aleutian Islands, meaning such incidents are not unprecedented.
"We get carried away by our weapons, firepower, superiority, technology, all this kind of stuff, and we fail to look at the human factor," diplomat Robert Oakley told Newsweek in 2003.