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Airman awarded Bronze Star for providing live-saving care to more than 600 casualties in the US fight against ISIS
An Air Force surgical technician has been awarded the Bronze Star for his life-saving work providing care for more than 600 combat casualties while deployed to the Middle East last...
ISIS supporter nabbed in FBI sting in Tampa
Al-Azhari said he wanted to emulate the 2016 Orlando Pulse nightclub shooting.
Pentagon warns of potential ‘mass breakout’ of thousands of ISIS fighters in Syria
More than 10,000 ISIS fighters currently imprisoned in Syria by the U.S. military's allies in the country are on the brink of a "mass breakout," according to Defense Department's top...
US blames ISIS for horrifying attack on Afghan hospital
"No more excuses. Afghans, and the world, deserve better."
US and Afghan officials disagree over whether Taliban or ISIS responsible for Kabul hospital massacre
"Neither the Taliban hands nor their stained consciousness can be washed of the blood of women, babies & other innocent in the latest senseless carnage," Afghan Vice President Amrullah Saleh...
The fiction of an Afghan peace process died when gunmen murdered babies in Kabul
On Tuesday, gunman invaded a maternity ward in Kabul, killing at least 24 people – including two newborn babies
Afghanistan arrests regional ISIS leader
Afghan security forces arrested three senior South Asia Islamic State members including the group's regional leader, the government said on Monday.
Thousands throw surprise parade to honor Marine Raider killed in Iraq
An LAPD helicopter, 50 first responder vehicles and 1,500 private cars turned up to honor Gunnery Sgt. Diego D. Pongo, who was killed March 8 while fighting ISIS in Iraq.
A major ISIS figure whom everyone thought was killed in Syria turned out to be living in a seaside town in Spain
"Who else is living here inside Schengen and able to move around freely without showing ID?"
F-15s launch airstrikes against ISIS in Iraq
U.S. Air Force F-15s conducted air strikes on ISIS bed-down locations near Kirkuk, Iraq, April 13, 2020. The Coalition aircraft … Continued
Germany arrests ISIS suspects for allegedly planning attack on US military bases
German police arrested on Wednesday four suspected members of Islamic State, all from Tajikistan, believed to have been planning deadly attacks in Germany
Rockets strike Bagram Airfield in Afghanistan
Five rockets hit a major U.S. air base in Afghanistan on Thursday but there were no casualties, Afghanistan's NATO-led force said, in an attack claimed by the ISIS militant group
Leader of ISIS in Afghanistan arrested
Abdullah Orakzai, also known as Aslam Farooqi, was arrested alongside 19 other militants in a "targeted and sophisticated operation," Afghanistan's National Directorate of Security said in a statement
US troops depart Iraqi base near Mosul in nationwide drawdown
Iraqi forces are mostly capable of containing the threat from leftover Islamic State militants on their own, the military says.
US-led coalition suspends training of Iraq forces over COVID-19
The U.S.-led coalition fighting Islamic State has suspended training of Iraqi forces over coronavirus fears, a senior coalition military official said on Thursday.
ISIS offers tips on how to avoid getting coronavirus
Wash your hands, infidels.
US Military in peace talks with Afghanistan
The U.S military and the Taliban have been in peace talks recently. The two sides signed a withdrawal agreement on … Continued
The US is apparently providing ‘limited’ support for the Taliban against ISIS
The U.S. military is apparently providing some form of "limited support" for the Taliban as part of the terror group's fight against ISIS in Afghanistan
Pentagon identifies two Marines killed in Iraq
Gunnery Sgt. Diego D. Pongo, 34, and Capt. Moises A. Navas, 34, were killed in Iraq on March 8, 2020
Two troops killed in Iraq during mission to take out ISIS stronghold
Our thoughts are with their loved ones.
Air Force crew receives medals for ‘legendary airmanship’ in 9-hour firefight against ISIS stronghold in Afghanistan
“In 10 years as a JTAC, I’d never seen any kind of fire support as responsive."
US Troops to Pull Out of Syria
On October 8, 2019, the United States announced plans to pull its remaining troops out of northeast Syria.
The Pentagon lost track of $715 million in weapons and gear funneled to anti-ISIS allies in Syria
The U.S. government failed to effectively account for nearly $715.8 million in weapons and equipment allocated to Syrian partners as part of the multinational counter-ISIS fight, according to a new...
Killing ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi hasn’t hurt the terror group’s operations, Pentagon warns
Editor's Note: This article originally appeared on Business Insider. The elimination of Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi last fall … Continued