The vehicle was stolen from the National Guard Armory in Bell, a suburb of Los Angeles, California, on Friday.
The former Russian president said he is pessimistic a Biden presidency would mean better ties between Washington and the Kremlin.
Special Warfare Operator Tony DeDolph, a member of the Navy's elite Seal Team Six, on Thursday reportedly pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter and other charges related to the 2017 death of Army Green Beret Staff Sgt. Logan Melgar.
"If al Qaeda or Iran undertakes an attack, even if the Russians nuke us, we'll be ready," a senior military officer says sardonically. "But if there's a domestic breakdown, I'm not so sure."
In secret meetings, ranking officers are discussing how the military would respond to any chaos around the inauguration and transition.
The best gift Washington can give to the American people this holiday season is a large dose of common sense in U.S. foreign and national security policy.
"To date, we have no evidence of compromise of the DODIN. We will continue to work with the whole-of-government effort to mitigate cyber threats to the nation," Defense Information Systems Agency Director Vice Admiral Nancy Norton told Newsweek.
Agents from the Army Criminal Investigation Command are investigating the incident. The deaths are not believed to be linked to official unit training.
Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman Jim Inhofe said he informed the president that they were moving forward—without Trump's demand to strip legal protections for social media companies. The proposal also includes renaming military bases named after Confederate Army officers.
The commander in chief said that unless Congress abolishes Section 230 of the 1996 Communications Decency Act, which provides social media companies legal protections against third-party content, he would "be forced to unequivocally VETO" the National Defense Authorization Act.
On top of strong norms against partisan intervention by the U.S. military, this President has done little to endear himself to the top brass, and they in return have little desire to support him. Even the troops are divided.
We've transferred the weight of glory from the missions themselves to those who wear the uniform. We ache for heroes, especially in a time when our society is falling apart.
Absentee ballots may play a significant role in the outcome of some battleground states where votes are still being tallied.
Esper is second only to commander-in-chief President Donald Trump himself when it comes to authority over the U.S. armed forces, even while election votes are counted.
Republican Rep. Doug Collins, who is challenging incumbent GOP Sen. Kelly Loeffler in Georgia, violated DoD policy at least two dozen times last week alone by using images of himself donning his Air Force uniform in campaign ads posted to social media.
In the past five days, Republican Senate candidate Doug Collins, a Georgia congressman, has violated Defense Department policy at least two dozen times by improperly using photos of himself in uniform for campaign ads.
On Thursday Trump surprised many by saying troops should be out by Christmas, a plan military officials described as "ridiculous."
"It's just the latest incident of Trump abdicating his responsibilities and shifting the blame to others," Purple Heart-recipient Alan Pitts told Newsweek. "It's extremely sad and embarrassing."
"There is no change to the operational readiness or mission capability of the U.S. Armed Forces," Pentagon spokesperson Jonathan Hoffman said in a statement sent to Newsweek.
"We've been at war for two decades. No one mentioned finding an end to those wars," Army veteran and CEO of Diesel Jack Media/Ranger Up, told Newsweek.
Mental health specialists said they saw a corresponding uptick in referrals among veterans since the pandemic started.
"I know there is some risk to my style of humor, but who wants Army leaders who are risk averse?" Lieutenant General Theodore D. Martin, deputy commander of the Army Training and Doctrine and Command, told Newsweek.
The former marine was taken into custody on charges of conspiracy, theft of government property, and transporting stolen goods between states.
Many on Twitter were quick to point out that the photo used by the government agency was not of the Air Force but rather a flight demonstration team formed by the Navy.
The endorsement comes after it was reported that Trump disparaged American soldiers killed in combat as "losers" and "suckers."
The Democrat-media cabal is clearly starting to worry that President Trump might be re-elected.
The Atlantic's irresponsible journalism is also fake news.
President Donald Trump's allies point to the Iraq War as they defend him from claims he called dead American soldiers "losers" and "suckers."
Fox News reporter Jennifer Griffin claimed one or two of her sources had confirmed several details noted in The Atlantic story.
A veterans group has slammed President Trump in its latest ad, saying that the president has failed to protect American troops and is "panicking" over losing military votes.