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Soldiers demonstrate mission oriented protective posture (MOPP) gear change during chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear training at Camp Casey/Hovey, Republic of Korea in November.

Senator: The U.S. Military is Preparing for a War with North Korea That It Hopes Never to Fight

Most Americans are not aware of "just how close we are to war on the Korean peninsula," says Sen. Tammy Duckworth, D-Ill.

Turkish army tanks leaving Hassa, Hatay, Turkey, and heading for Afrin, an enclave in northern Syria controlled by U.S.-allied Kurdish fighters, on Jan. 22, 2018.

Turkey’s Attack on Kurds Tops U.S. Concerns in Syria, Even as ISIS Keeps Fighting

Over the past week, the leader of U.S. Central Command and other American military commanders in the region have sounded increasingly alarmed.

A Marine Corps F-35 Lightning II aircraft is escorted by two Marine F/A-18 Hornets.

The Marines Have ‘Too Many Hornets’

The commandant wants to retire beaten-up F/A-18s more quickly as F-35s join the Corps.

CIA Director Mike Pompeo listens to a question during an event at the American Enterprise Institute Tuesday.

Trump's Red Line on North Korea Gets Fuzzier

Mike Pompeo adds a few caveats to America's strategy.

An F-35A team at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, conduct operational testing in February 2016.

Why the Shutdown Didn’t Much Affect Defense Firms

Timing is everything. Three days — including a weekend — is not quite enough to cause production problems that really hurt.

Hawaii Emergency Management Agency officials work at the department's command center in Honolulu

What a Nuclear Missile Attack On Hawaii Would Look Like

A blast over Honolulu would be catastrophic. That doesn’t mean the government shouldn’t help the public prepare for one.

House Speaker: Budget Fights Have ‘Pushed Our Military Past the Breaking Point’

Paul Ryan highlighted defense hawks’ concerns about readiness and funding as Congress tries to avert a shutdown.

Sens. John McCain, R-Ariz., (left) and Jack Reed, D-R.I.,  championed the project.

New, Temporary Federal Agency Will Push for National Service

Commission will start national “conversation” to consider need to reinstate the draft.

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and former Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice speak to the Hoover Institution at Stanford University on Wednesday, Janurary 17.

America Quietly Starts Nation-Building in Parts of Syria

The U.S. has escalated its presence in the country, and has signaled no timetable for when it will end.