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The Attack on Tower 22 Demands Strategic Resolve From the US

The ghosts of Tower 22 and Al Tanf demand a response that transcends the limitations of proportionality and demonstrates the resolve necessary to secure a stable future. ANALYSIS by John “Wolf” Wagner The drone strike on Tower 22 in Jordan, claiming the lives of three American service members and injuring …

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A Bomb in the Briefcase: When Iran Planned to Launch a Terror Attack in Paris

Book review by Tom Squitieri There are some who believe nations of the world have been unfair to Iran, that the nation has been maligned, miscast, and put in a corner for economic and political reasons of others. Reading “Diplomatic Terrorism” should put an end to such perceptions and shed …

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Three US Troops Killed, More Than 30 Hurt in Drone Strike in Jordan

The attack took place at a military outpost in Jordan known as Tower 22. by Susan Katz Keating Three American service members were killed and 25 injured in a drone attack overnight on a small outpost in Jordan, officials said on Sunday. The drone was launched by Iran-backed fighters based in Syria, …

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Kremlin ‘Mad as Hell’ About CIA Recruitment Videos, Mocks US Spy Agency

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov did not say whether he knew of any intelligence losses connected to the videos. by Susan Katz Keating The CIA’s new double-agent recruitment video should be posted on a Russian government-owned social media platform, Moscow said, mocking the U.S. spy agency – prompting amused reactions from …

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‘At the Pentagon, We Can Keep Secrets’: Mojo and Magic to Wrest the Truth Out of Lloyd Austin

Can the Archangel Michael and Rep. Mike Rogers influence the Defense Secretary to come clean about his unexplained hospital say? Inside the Pentagon, people are blowing off steam while wanting answers. by Susan Katz Keating Deep within the halls of a post-holiday Pentagon, a mischievous renegade created a paper doll …

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Missing Navy SEALs Are Presumed Dead, Military Says

The U.S. military has ended an “exhaustive” 10-day search for two Navy SEALs who went missing on Jan. 11 in the waters of the Gulf of Aden and are now presumed deceased, according to a statement Sunday night from U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM). “We regret to announce that after a 10-day exhaustive …

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Navy SEALs Captured Missile Parts, Sank Smugglers’ Boat Off the Coast of Somalia

“We are conducting an exhaustive search for our missing teammates” – General Michael Erik Kurilla, USCENTCOM Commander. by Susan Katz Keating While rescue teams desperately searched for two missing U.S. Navy SEALs in the Gulf of Aden last week, other SEALs pressed on with their mission to capture a vessel …

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Lloyd Austin Released From Hospital After Two Weeks

Questions persist on the circumstances surrounding Austin’s lengthy hospital stay. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin was released from the hospital today after spending two weeks there for a condition he concealed from senior Biden administration leaders for a considerable length of time. The Pentagon announced the update in a Monday morning …

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Search Continues for Two Navy SEALs Missing From Night Mission Off Coast of Somalia

One SEAL immediately jumped in to save the first who had fallen. Both disappeared amid the waves, an official said. “It was an incredible act of loyalty and courage,” the official said with a breaking voice.  by Susan Katz Keating The hunt for two SEALs who are missing in waters …

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Texas Recaptures Island From Cartel Smugglers

Cartels have used Fronton Island to smuggle cocaine, heroin, fentanyl, weapons, and people. by Todd Bensman NEAR FRONTON, TX— Dawn was breaking on an October Monday as a Texas Rangers leader spoke to an armed gathering of police and military personnel. He seemed like a World War II military commander, …

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