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Why is the military worried about China expanding into South America?
South of the border.
We salute the Army Black Hawk crew who saved a child from hurricane floodwaters in Honduras
"US troops getting the job done."
Navy destroyer sails near Venezuelan coast in clear message to Maduro regime
A U.S. Navy ship navigated near the Venezuelan coast on Tuesday in what the U.S. military's Southern Command called a "freedom of navigation operation," a day after a cargo ship from U.S. foe Iran docked at a port of the South American country
The US military is practicing fending off enemy bombers attacking the homeland in a first-of-its-kind exercise
The ongoing exercise marks the first time four U.S. combatant commands and NORAD have come together to conduct homeland defense operations
The Army is sending an SFAB to Colombia to help fight drug trafficking
A U.S. Army unit will arrive in Colombia in the coming days to help the Andean country's armed forces fight against drug trafficking for a four-month period
‘Vicious circle of threats’ is the hot new catchphrase the Pentagon plans on overusing this year
Every generation gets the overblown euphemism for geopolitical adversaries it deserves
Guantanamo Bay admiral fired due to loss of confidence
Rear Adm. John Ring, commander of Joint Task Force-Guantanamo, was relieved Saturday by U.S. Southern Command chief Adm. Craig Faller due to a loss of confidence in his ability to command
Ex-SOUTHCOM commanders: Cutting aid to Central America will only make border problem ‘more costly’
Five former commanders of U.S. Southern Command have warned in an open letter that cutting aid to Central America will only make matters worse on America's southern border.
US military stands ready to protect diplomats in Venezuela, SOUTHCOM chief says
The U.S. military is prepared to protect U.S. personnel and diplomatic facilities in Venezuela if needed, the U.S. admiral in charge of American forces in South America said on Thursday
Former Top General: Taking Migrant Children From Their Families Is ‘A Disaster’
The Trump administration’s policy of separating the children of undocumented border-crossers from their parents is “a disaster and it will...
Someone At The Air Force Really, Really Loves Their Craft Beer
The U.S. House passed a massive $1.3 trillion omnibus spending bill on March 22 designed to avert a shutdown of...