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The US just sent nearly 1M bombs and missiles to Guam — here's why

The Air Force munitions stockpile in Guam recently received a ten percent boost, according to the U.S. military.

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This is what the 400 US troops in Somalia are actually up to

The U.S. military dramatically escalated its military presence in Somalia in recent months to nearly 400 troops, the Pentagon confirmed Monday.

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This is how long South Korea thinks it will take to conquer the North

The U.S. and South Korea are developing new wartime operations plans to achieve rapid victory over the North should conflict occur, the South Korean Joint Chiefs of Staff revealed Monday.

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This is the sound that gave American diplomats in Cuba brain damage

An audio recording of the high-pitched sound that American intelligence officials believe caused U.S. diplomats in Cuba brain damage was released Thursday afternoon.

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How South Korea screwed up and left its secret war plans open to hackers

A "ridiculous mistake" is believed to have compromised the security of South Korea's defense network, exposing critical military secrets, a South Korean lawmaker revealed Wednesday.

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This 'tidal wave of airpower' just starting washing over Afghanistan

The top U.S. commander in Afghanistan vowed a new wave of helicopter strikes by the Afghan National Security Forces on Taliban insurgents after the delivery of dozens of UH-60 black hawk helicopters, in a joint Saturday appearance with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani.

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How hurricane relief is stalling US troops' Afghanistan deployment

U.S. military disaster relief assistance to Puerto Rico is delaying the deployment of additional troops to Afghanistan, Joint Staff Director Lt. Gen. Kenneth F. McKenzie Jr. told Pentagon reporters October 5th.

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Top US spooks say the North Korean dictator isn't crazy at all

North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un is not the madman he is often made out to be, a senior CIA official revealed Oct. 4.

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Some Marines say first female infantry officer will face backlash in fleet

Female Marines are worried that old, misogynistic Marines won't accept the leadership of the service's first new female infantry officer, who recently graduated from the Infantry Officer Course.

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