Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates, a persistent critic of the Obama administration on Syria, Iran, Russia and “micromanaging” the Pentagon, had grudging praise for President…
A key Republican lawmaker ripped President-elect Donald Trump for talking to Russian President Vladimir Putin about possible joint action against terrorism and the Islamic State. Sen….
As Iraqi troops enter the Islamic State stronghold of Mosul this week, they have help from the sky in the form of F/A-18 Super Hornets…
The U.S. stepped up airstrikes in northeastern Syria against Islamic State targets Sunday while suicide bombings blamed on the terror group in western Syria killed…
B-1 Lancer bombers will be out of the mix indefinitely for the air campaign against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, the top air…
The U.S. military denied Thursday Moscow’s charges that A-10 Thunderbolt attack aircraft hit Aleppo, where Syrian regime forces backed by Russian airstrikes have triggered a…
The Russian military has released this video showing its Tupolev Tu-22M long-range strike bombers dropping ordnance on targets in Syria. The video was uploaded to YouTube…
In a change of course, the Pentagon has announced that it deployed A-10 attack aircraft to Turkey to conduct strikes against the Islamic State in Syria.
U.S. Air Force Gen. Philip Breedlove, NATO’s Supreme Allied Commander, warned of the potential direct threat to the U.S. from Russia’s military buildup in Syria.
The retired general seemed to corroborate what the head of Central Command recently said regarding American commandos being on the ground in Syria.
New commercial satellite imagery shows in remarkable detail Russia’s escalating military buildup in Syria.
Russia reportedly deployed fighter jets to war-torn Syria to help support the regime of President Bashar al-Assad.
The U.S. military has spent well in excess of $41 million on the program to train and equip Syrian rebels to combat Islamic State militants.
U.S. military aircraft will provide defensive air cover to “moderate” Syrian rebels, the Pentagon announced on Monday.
The U.S. and allied airstrikes will not be enough to defeat the Islamic State without ground forces in Syria and Iraq.
The al Qaeda-splinter group, Islamic State of Iraq in the Levant, has bragged about its capture of Iraqi army equipment, including Humvees, blast-resistant trucks and tanks.
The comments may help Obama administration officials, who are lobbying lawmakers to support a limited air campaign against Syria in response to an alleged chemical weapons attack on civilians.
President Obama should pursue NATO’s assistance in any potential strike on Syria.
Navy Adm. Bruce W. Clingan and Army Gen. Lloyd J. Austin III work to offer President Obama options should Congress authorize an attack on Syria.
Following the British vote against support of the U.S. in a Syrian attack, the French step forward.