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The nation’s top military commander refused Friday to back off his controversial stance in Senate testimony that he would recommend committing U.S. troops to combat in Iraq if he believed they were needed to help defeat Islamic State mili...
In an expansion of American re-engagement in Iraq, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel on Thursday deployed the first division headquarters unit to the war-torn country since the U.S. withdrawal in 2011.
Army Pvt. Chelsea Manning, known as Bradley Manning when she was convicted last year for releasing classified documents, sued Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel on Tuesday for failing to provide medical treatment for her gender disorder.
The Chinese government has frequently hacked into the computer systems of defense contractors for the U.S. Transportation Command, the Pentagon agency responsible for deploying American troops and military equipment worldwide.
The top U.S. official for monitoring aid to Afghanistan painted a grim portrait of the country's future Friday, saying it is riddled with corruption and graft.
American military planes have conducted 154 airstrikes against Islamic State fighters in Iraq, damaging or destroying 162 of their Humvees, armored personnel carriers and other military vehicles, the Pentagon said Wednesday.
An American air assault killed the head of an al Qaida-linked Somali terrorist group in East Africa earlier this week, Pentagon officials said Friday.
WASHINGTON The Pentagon said Friday that a U.S. bombing raid had killed the leader of the main terrorist organization in Somalia.
The Pentagon on Thursday walked back -- way back -- from Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel’s earlier claim that more that more than 100 Americans are fighting with Islamic State militants.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said Wednesday that more than 100 Americans are fighting with Islamic State militants, the first time the Pentagon chief has put a number on U.S. citizens aiding the terrorists.