So far, all of troops have been diagnosed with mild Traumatic Brain Injury, but that could change because brain injury symptoms develop over time, said Army Gen. Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
'I expect things to quiet down for a little, but I don't think this is over … simply because of how significant a figure Qasem Soleimani was.'
'The points of impact were close enough to personnel and equipment and so on and so forth, I believe based on what I saw and what I knew that they were attempting to cause structural damage; destroy vehicles and equipment and aircraft; and to kill personnel.'
'I know that a lot of people are out there – I've seen words like, oh, the intel was razor thin. 'Very, very few people saw that intelligence.'
"The reality of the situation is that the Islamic Emirate has no intention of declaring a ceasefire," the Taliban said in a statement tweeted on Monday.