American pilots can breathe easier. Russia isn’t going to sell Syria the advanced S-300 air defense missile. Not that the Air Force wants to strike Syria, but still.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel made it official: The Obama administration is considering sending guns, missiles and other weapons to Syria’s rebels.
Much as they’re a fixture of the post-Iraq and Afghanistan insurgent battlefields, improvised explosive devices have come to the Syrian revolution in a major way.
Going further than other U.S. military officials, Marine Gen. James Mattis told senators Tuesday that he has planning underway to halt the proliferation of Syria’s deadly chemical arsenal.
A new Pentagon report offers a glimpse inside Iran’s secretive domestic spy agency, and reveals a network of 30,000 spies with a strange and violent history.