WASHINGTON—Defense Secretary Mark Esper said in a statement Friday that he is “not considering sending 14,000 troops” to the Middle East. His statement follows a Wall Street Journal report Wednesday that
The Pentagon is considering a plan to add up to 7,000 additional forces to the Middle East to counter what it sees as an increasing threat from Iran, two U.S. defense officials tell Fox News, but Defense
Potential expansion in U.S. military footprint in region could come in response to threats from Iran A top Pentagon official told senators that U.S. military officials are considering bolstering the U.S.
After the attack, Sen. Rick Scott (R.-Fla.) called for a “full review” of U.S. military programs that train foreign service members on American soil. Scott said in a statement that he was “extremely concerned
The Department of Defense has been struggling to explain its position on the possibility of sending more troops to the Middle East to counter Iran. Following a report from the Wall Street Journal that
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