Congress rarely links poverty to militarism, but that's about to change.
"There is zero truth to claims that U.S. forces will leave any equipment behind," U.S. Navy Commander Kyle Raines told Newsweek, as the U.S. and Russia accused one another of using military exercises to further destabilize the situation in Ukraine.
Those civilian fatalities were reported in Iraq, Afghanistan, Somalia, Yemen, and Nigeria. The Pentagon said most of the civilian casualties were in Afghanistan, where 20 civilians were killed. However, non-governmental monitoring groups claim the reported number is below the actual total.
The Open Skies Treaty was meant to improve trust between Russia and the West by allowing the accord's three-dozen-plus signatories to send reconnaissance flights over each other's territories and collect intelligence on military forces and activity.
Several Republicans have criticized the U.S. military for being too "woke" and warned that it could be dangerous.
Christine Wormuth was named the first female Secretary of the Army after being confirmed by the Senate.
In preparation for U.S. military troops withdrawing from Afghanistan, five U.S. military facilities and other supplies were given to the Afghan Ministry of Defense.
The United Launch Alliance will launch SBIRS GEO Flight 5 from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station, Florida, having scrubbed the mission on Monday.
Thousands of soldiers, civilians and contractors operate under false names, on the ground and in cyberspace. A Newsweek investigation of the ever-growing and unregulated world of "signature reduction."
"You have never seen night vision like this!" tweeted the 2nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, Second Infantry Division.
"Justice for survivors of military sexual assault is finally within reach," Senator Kirsten Gillibrand said.
A bartender in Missouri was caught on video mocking military members and accusing them of using face IDs before eventually trashing said IDs. The clip has since drawn mixed reactions online.
The Monday incident was the third encounter in the last month where Iranian fast-attack boats sped toward American ships.
American politicians have ignored domestic mass shootings and skyrocketing income inequality, the Chinese Communist Party's official media outlet wrote Monday.
General Mark Milley said the departure of U.S. and coalition forces will test the Afghan government's resolve in unpredictable ways.
"It is certain that a strong Iran has shown in practice that America will never have access to the north of the Persian Gulf and that America's movements will have no effect on the north of the Persian Gulf," Islamic Assembly Speaker Mohammad Bagher Qalibaf said.
"The activities we typically see in the IRGC Navy are not necessarily activities that are directed by the Supreme Leader, from the Iranian state, rather irresponsible actions by local commanders on-scene," CENTCOM commander General Kenneth F. McKenzie Jr. said.
U.S. troops will fully depart from Afghanistan before September 11 following a decision by President Joe Biden.
The strange statement elicited a slew of panicked responses from those on Twitter who were quick to ask for clarification.
By arguing that U.S. troops must police and protect the nations of the world, we dismiss the autonomy of foreign civilians and fail to view them as capable of determining their own political affairs.
In excerpts of a planned Wednesday speech released by the White House, Biden says he will not allow a fifth president to inherit the conflict in Afghanistan due to the nearly 20-year-old 9/11 tragedy.
A Communist Party newspaper said that "the risk of a full-scale war in the Straits ... is increasing."
The pair were stationed together in Japan and then moved more than 4,000 miles away from each other to Florida and Hawaii
The democratic island is one of the flashpoints where the simmering U.S.-China confrontation could escalate into open conflict.
"We're all very aware that Congress needs to reassert our war powers authority and stop ceding this authority to the executive branch," California Representative Ted Lieu told Newsweek.
When I joined the Marine Corps, I was thrust into a strange new environment in which I was surrounded by people who held attitudes, beliefs and ideologies very different from my own.
"We hope that veterans remember their oath to this day," John Raughter, deputy media director of the American Legion, told Newsweek. "At least one time they believed that this country was worth serving for and worth dying for. It's the same great country, they just need to remember that."