U.S. military

Pentagon Extends 60-Day Travel Freeze for Military

Secretary of Defense Mark Esper enacted the first order after more than 1,000 sailors aboard the U.S.S. Theodore Roosevelt tested positive for COVID-19, followed by a second outbreak on the U.S.S Kidd in April.

Late Intel, Slow Pentagon Response Contributed to COVID-19 Outbreak: Docs

U.S. Intelligence Community detected a new contagious disease was spreading through China in November, but it wasn't until after a U.S. soldier got sick in South Korea that an assessment was issued—one that could have slowed the spread of the disease, Newsweek has learned.