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US B-52s train with Ukrainian fighter jets near Crimea in an ‘in your face’ message to Russia
Following a recent spike in airborne confrontations between the U.S. and Russian militaries, three B-52 Stratofortress bombers joined Ukrainian fighter jets for training Friday, and were also spotted skirting the Crimean peninsula, in a move one observer called an "in-your-face statement" to Russia
Air Force B-52s participate in Bomber Task Force in Ukraine
A formation of three B-52H Stratofortress aircraft, assigned to the 5th Bomb Wing, Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota, depart RAF Fairford, England, to take part in a Bomber Task Force Europe mission over Ukraine on Sep. 4, 2020.
Watch a Ukrainian fighter jet nail a road sign during a rough landing outside Kiev
A Ukrainian Air Force Sukhoi Su-27 fighter jet collided with a road sign on a highway outside of the country's capital of Kiev on Thursday
Iran says Ukrainian passenger plane shot down in January was hit by two missiles 25 seconds apart
All 176 people on the plane were killed.
Russian troops forbidden from carrying smartphones so they can’t reveal military activity and hazing rituals by accident
According to the decree, signed on May 6, military personnel may not possess gadgets that can track locations and transmit audio and photo materials.
Ukrainian soldiers have to fight Russia and COVID-19 at the same time
Ukraine’s war-weary soldiers have fought a grinding trench war against Russia-backed forces for six years. Now they have a new enemy to contend with.
The US may have postponed its massive European war games, but Russia sure as hell didn’t
The U.S. military may have scaled back its massive Defense-Europe 20 exercise in Europe due to the global novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, but Russia is moving full steam ahead with its own military war games on Ukraine's doorstep
Trump withdraws nomination of Pentagon official who questioned Ukraine aid freeze
President Donald Trump on Monday withdrew the nomination of Elaine McCusker to a senior Pentagon post, after reports that she had questioned the suspension of military aid to Ukraine, a key element in the inquiry leading to Trump's impeachment
Top Pentagon policy official who certified Ukraine aid fired
John Rood is perhaps best known for sending a letter to Congress in May 2019 in which he certified that Ukraine had made enough progress fighting corruption to allow the Defense Department to provide the Ukrainian government with a $250 million military assistance package
Ukraine claims recording shows Iran knew immediately it had shot down plane
A leaked audio recording of an Iranian pilot talking to the control tower in Tehran shows that Iran knew immediately it had shot down a Ukrainian airliner last month, despite denying it for days, Ukraine's president Volodymyr Zelenskiy said
The Iranian military reportedly tried to cover up its downing of a Ukrainian airliner from Iran’s own president
Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752, carrying 176 people, crashed in Iran on January 8
Iran to send black boxes of downed civilian plane to Ukraine
DUBAI (Reuters) – Iran said on Saturday it was sending to Ukraine the black boxes from a Ukrainian passenger plane...
US officials reportedly believe Iran shot down Ukrainian airliner by mistake
"Some people say it's mechanical," said President Trump. "I personally don't think that's even a question."
Millions in military aid at center of impeachment still hasn’t reached Ukraine
"We still don't have a clear understanding of why this is taking so long," one Senate aide said.
The US could hand a win to Iran and Russia by continuing to withhold military aid to Lebanon
President Donald Trump's decision to freeze millions in security assistance to Ukraine has been dominating headlines lately given its central...
Russia removed the toilets from captured Ukrainian navy ships before returning them
Ukrainian naval ships, captured by Russia last November and released on Tuesday to be returned to Ukraine, are in very poor condition and cannot move independently, the commander of Ukraine's navy said on Wednesday
$35 million in Pentagon aid hasn’t reached Ukraine despite White House assurances
More than $35 million of the roughly $400 million in aid to Ukraine that President Donald Trump delayed, sparking the impeachment inquiry, has not been released to the country, according to a Pentagon spending document obtained by the Los Angeles Times.
The Army is ready to protect Lt. Col. Vindman and his family following impeachment testimony
The Army is prepared to move Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman and his family to a secure location on a military base if it's deemed necessary, according to U.S. officials who spoke to The Wall Street Journal
Russia to return three Navy ships it captured from Ukraine
Russia returned the sailors who had been on board the ships to Ukraine in September as part of a prisoner exchange deal.
Pentagon IG says it won’t look into delay of military aid to Ukraine
The IG said his decision not to investigate "could change, however."
Trump prioritized Biden investigation over Ukraine aid, witness tells impeachment probe
"Sondland responded that President Trump cares more about the investigations of Biden, which Giuliani was pressing for," said Bill Taylor, top U.S. diplomat in Ukraine
The Navy canceled a routine Black Sea patrol after Trump complained that it was hostile to Russia
Christopher Anderson, an aide to former Special Envoy to Ukraine Kurt Volker, testified that the White House cancelled a Navy freedom of navigation operation (FONOP) in the Black Sea after President Donald Trump complained to then-national security advisor John Bolton about a CNN report that framed the operation as a counter to Russia
‘Assistance was essential’ — Pentagon leaders advised Trump against freezing aid to Ukraine, senior official testifies
A senior Pentagon official told impeachment investigators that President Donald Trump's freeze on nearly $400 million in military aid to Ukraine posed a strategic nightmare for the Defense Department and put the American-allied country in a deeply dangerous position, according to impeachment inquiry testimony released Monday
Trump’s obsession with buying Greenland may have complicated the release of military aid to Ukraine, US ambassador says
Acting U.S. ambassador Bill Taylor, the top U.S. diplomat to Ukraine, testified that senior U.S. officials could not advise President Donald Trump to release military aid to Ukraine because it was too difficult to schedule
Fox News, CNN criticized for ‘shameful’ coverage of Army officer testifying in Trump impeachment inquiry
Two Fox News hosts and a CNN analyst are facing criticism from reporters and media pundits after suggesting — without evidence — that a decorated war veteran and a White House national security official could be a double-agent