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US wants China to press North Korea to be more constructive in talks: Pentagon
The United States wants China to put pressure on North Korea to be more constructive in talks with Washington, a Pentagon official says.
US poised to withdraw remaining troops from northeastern Syria: Pentagon
The Pentagon has announced that the United States is set to withdraw the rest of its troops from northeastern Syria amid an ongoing Turkish offensive in the region.
US working towards 'good deal' with Taliban: Pentagon chief
US Defense Secretary Mark Esper has said Washington is seeking a “good deal” with the Taliban after a wave of violence overshadowed its talks with the militant group.
Pentagon chief accuses China of aggressive behavior, vows more deployment to Asia
Pentagon chief Mark Esper has accused China of destabilizing the Indo-Pacific region after saying the US plans to deploy intermediate-range missiles to Asia “sooner rather than later.”
US looking to deploy intermediate-range missiles in Asia: Pentagon
United States Defense Secretary Mark Esper says he is in favor of placing ground-launched, intermediate-range missiles in Asia, a day after the United States pulled itself from a Cold War era arms control pact.
Pentagon removing Turkey from F-35 program after its purchase of Russian missile defense
The United States has confirmed that it is removing Turkey from the F-35 fighter jet program, a move that had been long threatened and expected after Ankara began accepting the delivery of an advanced Russian missile defense system last week.
Northrop Grumman used imaginary Iran war to sell Pentagon Global Hawk spy drones: Report
Northrop Grumman Corporation, the American manufacturer of the RQ-4A Global Hawk spy drone recently shot down by the Islamic Republic, had reportedly used a fictitious war scenario with Iran to convince the Pentagon to buy the expensive unmanned aerial vehicle.
Pentagon shifting $1.5b from Afghan forces to border wall construction
The US Defense Department is shifting $1.5 billion in funds originally targeted for support of the Afghan security forces and other projects to help pay for construction of nearly 80 miles (130 kilometers) of wall at the US-Mexican border.
Pentagon not ordered to prepare for war on Venezuela
The Pentagon says it has not been ordered to prepare for military intervention in Venezuela, which State Secretary Mike Pompeo has described as “possible.”
Pentagon awards Lockheed Martin nearly $1billion for Saudi THAAD missile system
The Pentagon has awarded its top weapons supplier Lockheed Martin Corp nearly $1 billion on behalf of Saudi Arabia for the installation of the US military giant’s THAAD missile system in the kingdom.
Pentagon deems US military’s new $50bn tactical vehicle ‘not operationally suitable’
The US military’s expensive new tactical vehicle, designed to partially replace the ageing Humvee, is “not operationally suitable,” the US Defense Department’s testers have concluded.
Mideast accounted for over half of US arms sales in 2018
The Middle East accounted for more than half of all the United States arms sales last year, a senior Pentagon official has revealed, saying Washington seeks to increase the figure in the coming years.
US will not unilaterally withdraw from Afghanistan: Pentagon chief
Acting US Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan has told Washington’s NATO allies that the Pentagon will not reduce its troop presence in Afghanistan unilaterally.
Outgoing Pentagon chief Mattis rejects Netanyahu's appeal: Report
Outgoing United States Secretary of Defense James Mattis has rejected an appeal made by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to approve an Israeli sale of US-manufactured F-16 fighter jets, a report says.
US conducts 'extraordinary' flight over Ukraine: Pentagon
The US military has announced that it conducted an "extraordinary” observation flight "to reaffirm US commitment to Ukraine" amid Russia-Ukraine tensions.

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