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What's Going On In Iraqi Offensive to Retake Fallujah From ISIS
The Iraqi ground offensive to retake the ISIS -held city of Fallujah began early Monday with Iraqi military forces pressing outside the city located 40 miles west of Baghdad. Retaking the city in Anbar Province has been a priority for the Iraqi government since it was one of the first places in the
US to Send 200 Advisers to Iraq to Fight ISIS
Defense Secretary Ash Carter has announced that more than 200 advisers will be sent to Iraq to battle ISIS. Carter, who is currently in Baghdad, said government officials in Iraq have also authorized the U.S. to use Apache helicopters in the fight against the extremist group.
Prince Harry Opens Up on Princess Diana, Having Kids and What Drives Him in Candid New Interview
On the eve of Prince Harry 's second Invictus Games Being held in Orlando, Florida, this spring, the fifth-in-line to the British throne has shown he is a new kind of royal. Harry, hardworking and devoted, witnessed first-hand the toll war takes during his 10 years in the British Army, having
Prince Harry Opens Up on Life-Changing Afghanistan Mission, Inspiration for Invictus Games
Prince Harry spent 10 years in the British Army serving as Captain Wales and now he's taken on an important mission, supporting injured members of the military and wounded veterans through their recovery. With the second Invictus Games kicking off in May, the hundreds of service members and
Two Marine Helicopters Involved in Collision in Hawaii, 12 People Missing
The U.S. Coast Guard says it has responded to a report of a military aircraft collision involving two Marine helicopters off the north shore of Oahu, Hawaii, Chief Petite Officer Fara Mooers told ABC News. Responders are searching for 12 people in a debris field 2 miles off the coast of Haleiwa.
US Willing to Provide Apache Helicopters and Advisers to Help Retake Ramadi, Ash Carter Says
The U.S. is prepared to help the Iraqis retake Ramadi by providing Apache attack helicopters and accompanying advisers, if requested by Iraqi Prime Minister Abadi, Defense Secretary Ash Carter told the Senate Armed Services Committee today. Carter noted recent progress by Iraqi forces in retaking
2 US Pilots Die in Army Apache Helicopter Crash in South Korea
Two U.S. Army helicopter pilots died today after their AH-64 Apache helicopter crashed during a routine training mission in South Korea. The helicopter crashed at about 6:30 p.m. local time, nearly 50 miles east of Camp Humphreys, according to the Eighth Army Public Affairs Office. The pilots were
Prince Harry Calls It ‘Really Tough Decision’ to Leave Military
Saying “most good things come to an end,” Britain’s Prince Harry confirmed that he will leave the armed forces, calling the move a “really tough decision” and adding that he’s looking forward to a new chapter in his life. In a statement released today, Harry – who is known as Captain Wales in the
Prince Harry to Leave the Military
Britain’s Prince Harry is planning to leave the military, ABC News has learned. "Captain Wales," as he is known in the military, has served two tours of duty in Afghanistan and his principle focus when he leaves active duty will be to continue to foster programs which support disabled veterans.