“Push left,” she said after the squad completed its mock attack and assembled around her, gulping from canteens as they awaited feedback. “And make sure you’re communicating.”
SINGAPORE — U.S. Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis harshly criticized the Chinese government on Saturday for its continuing militarization of a string of islands in the South China Sea.
WASHINGTON — A barrage of missiles in Syria by U.S., French and British forces most likely will not stop President Bashar Assad’s chemical weapons program.
WASHINGTON — The commanding officers of two n aval destroyers that collided with commercial vessels in the western Pacific last year, killing a total of 17 American sailors, will face court-martial charges that could include negligent homicide, the Navy said on Tuesday.