The footage was shared only a day before the final U.S. troops were expected to leave Afghanistan.
"Final plane is wheels up. War is over," a senior U.S. defense official told Newsweek.
"I could stay in the Marine Corps for another three years, but I don't think that's the path I am on," he said in a video posted Sunday.
"Anyone else feel like we're being catfished?" he asked after the Pentagon didn't name the ISIS-K militants killed.
Scheller was relieved of duty after posting criticism of the messy U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan, which China has repeatedly ridiculed.
A military spokesperson told Newsweek that a drone strike had taken out "an imminent ISIS-K threat" on Sunday.
The GOP Senate Minority Leader said terrorists believe they've brought "America to its knees in Afghanistan."
"This is the most dangerous time in an already extraordinarily dangerous mission," the secretary of state warned.
"Will we blindly allow the elite to drag us into new, even more costly military adventures in the name of spreading or protecting democracy?" the former congresswoman asked.
Alaska Airlines is the latest company to offer up services to the humanitarian effort, joining six other airlines.
The humanitarian airlift mission by U.S. and allied forces was sent into chaos Thursday after a suicide bomber struck at the Hamid Karzai International Airport.
The former Fox News host found a way to offend tennis fans and those connected with the U.S. military.
Thursday's attack was the deadliest day for the U.S. military since a helicopter was shot down in Afghanistan on August 6, 2011.
ISIS' Amaq News Agency cited "military sources" claiming "the killing and wounding of around 160 American forces and their collaborators in a martyrdom attack of the Islamic State near Kabul airport."
The Taliban has "strongly" condemned "the bombing of civilians" in the wake of the blasts.
Groups supporting the refugees described a chaotic and minimal U.S. evacuation operation.
"To defend this Nation, we need a healthy and ready force," Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin wrote in a memo.
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said this month that he'd seek a vaccine mandate from the president or upon FDA licensure, "whichever comes first."
The 10,400 people evacuated Monday was more than double the 3,900 that the military reported the previous 24 hours.
"If their timetable extends even by a day or two, that will give us a day or two more to evacuate people," British Defense Secretary Ben Wallace said.
A Taliban spokesperson warned that "there would be consequences" if the U.S. and its allies did not leave by August 31.
"We are the strongest military on the face of this planet," the Iowa Republican senator said on Sunday.
"The threat is real. It's acute. It is persistent. And it is something we're focused on with every tool in our arsenal," the national security advisor said Sunday.
Lanny Davis, a public affairs expert who served under President Bill Clinton told Newsweek that President Joe Biden "followed the first rule of crisis management, which is: take responsibility and don't deflect."
A collection of photos documenting the ongoing crisis in Afghanistan since the Taliban took over last Sunday.
"Any American who wants to come home, we will get you home," President Joe Biden told reporters on Friday.
"We agree with all our partners on the ground that no place on our planes should remain empty," German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said in a statement.
"If we don't sort this out, we'll literally be condemning people to death," said Marina Kielpinski LeGree, the American head of the nonprofit Ascend.
"We don't have military in Syria to make sure that we're gonna be protected," the president told ABC News.