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From 'Give Me a Break' to 'Get Ready'

Donald Trump's ever-changing stance on U.S. intervention in Syria.

5th Special Forces Group (A) Operation Detachment Bravo 5310 arrives to meet Major General James Jarrard at the Landing Zone at base camp Al Tanf Garrison in southern Syria in November.

The Military Budget Shows Just How Deep Donald Trump is Getting Into Syria

Despite Trump's distaste for global entanglements, the U.S. is spending more and more in Syria.

President Idriss Deby Itno speaks in Berlin in 2016.

Chad Is The First African Country Taken Off Trump’s Travel Ban List

The White House said Chad had improved its security "information sharing practices" with U.S. officials.

Construction of San Antonio Military Medical Center's consolidated tower as result of 2005 BRAC plans, March 2010.

Going BRAC-less: What to Do with the Military’s Excess Property

The Pentagon is offering an alternative to closing bases, and Congress should support it.

A key defense lawmaker is calling for the U.S. Army to assign one of its new Security Force Assistance Brigades, pictured here, to U.S. Africa Command.

Is It Time for AFRICOM to Get Its Own Troops?

A key Republican senator thinks so, and is pushing to send one of the U.S. Army’s new advising brigades there.

Sgt. 1st Class Taikeila Dale uses the Mk-19 simulator with augmented reality head-mounted display in August.

Army Eyes Faster Weapons Development with a New Collaboration Hub

Super-strong materials, cyber defenses are on the agenda as the Army Research Lab launches new partnerships.

Donald Trump speaks during a cabinet meeting at the White House on Monday.

What Is America Going to Do About Syria Now?

After the latest suspected chemical attack, the United States has four options.

President Donald Trump speaks during a briefing with senior military leaders with National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster and Defense Secretary Jim Mattis in October.

Should Military Men Draft Our Nation's Security Strategy?

The National Security Strategy does a good job at listing problems and suggesting fixes. But there’s more to strategy than that.

Some 17,000 U.S. troops aided in the Caribbean relief effort after hurricanes Irma and Maria. That’s roughly equivalent to the U.S. military’s humanitarian mission in the Philippines after Typhoon Hiyan in 2013

Analysis: Military Mission In Puerto Rico After Hurricane Was Better Than Critics Say But Suffered Flaws

Compared to its foreign disaster missions, the U.S. military mobilized slowly after Maria. But in numbers, capacity and logistics coordination, its work in Puerto Rico was on par with other aid efforts.

A U.S. UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter flies over the Syrian landscape on March 12.

Trump Reverses, Says He’ll Keep U.S. Troops in Syria

The president officially walked back last week’s off-the-cuff remark that the U.S. would leave Syria ‘very soon,’ leaving even more questions about the mission.