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U.S. aircraft operating over Syria have been taking out stranded ISIS fighters one or two at a time in recent days, as a convoy of the group's militants remains stranded in the desert, according to a Foreign Policy report.

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In response to North Korea’s recent intermediate range ballistic missile test that overflew Japan on Aug. 28, Washington, Tokyo and Seoul have embarked on a show of force to deter Pyongyang.

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The U.S. military is suddenly getting back into the hot air-intercept business again with a vengeance — and as we all wring our hands over the geopolitical implications, it’s as good a time as any to remember that even in times of relative calm, fighter jockeys are always running danger-close interdictions, flirting with mechanical disaster and global crisis. Case in point: this berserker video of a NATO F-16 buzzing the Russian defense minister’s jet and being politely told to piss off by an SU-27 Flanker.

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Air Force photo by Senior Airman Joel Pfiester

Earlier in the week, Military Times reported that the count of U.S. airstrikes performed since October 2001 is off by thousands. It turns out, however, that there is no service or command-wide count of airstrikes at all.

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