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From: POLITICO
Trump taps Army Secretary Mark Esper to lead Pentagon #1
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From: BTNews
Iranian national caught attempting to smuggle nuke materials out of the US #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #BTNews
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From: The Jerusalem Post
U.S. denies reports of secret meetings between U.S., Iran officials #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #JPOST #TRUMP2020 (could it be ex officials)
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From: USA Today
We must deter Russian cyberattacks to prevent a digital Cold War #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #USATODAY #TRUMP2020
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From: Euro News
Iranian boats 'harass' British tanker in the Gulf - U.S. officials #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #EURONEWS #TRUMP2020
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From: JPOST
Satellite shows four S-300 missile launchers erected in Syria’s Masyaf #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #JPOST #TRUMP2020
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From: NAVY TIMES
Navy mulls nixing 2019 F/A-18 Super Hornet demonstrations #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #NAVYTIMES #TRUMP2020
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From: American Military News
The United States was prepared to engage with Iran without pre-conditions about its nuclear program but needed to see the country behaving like “a normal nation”, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Sunday. #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #AmericanMilitaryNews
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From: American Military News
The Navy announced it is investigating crew aboard the USS Wasp after they donned “Make Aircrew Great Again” patches during President Donald Trump’s visit on Monday. #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #AmericanMilitaryNews #PresidentTrump #USSWASP
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From: Reuters
The funding recommendations, along with dozens of new provisions aimed at improving base housing for thousands of service families, are included in the bipartisan committee markup of the 2020 National Defense Authorization Act, the military budget proposal, which will now be sent to the full U.S. Senate.Among the measures, military families would get a new tenant bill of rights, allowing them to withhold rent from derelict landlords, and base homes would receive far more frequent inspections.Kaine proposed rules that would require military branches or private contractors to complete a robust “move-out checklist” and new home inspections when families transition out of homes, a measure he said could stop the practice of contractors saddling families with inappropriate fees.In coming weeks, the U.S. House of Representatives Armed Services Committee, controlled by Democrats, will release its own version of the National Defense Authorization Act. The House version must be reconciled with the version in the Republican-controlled Senate before the bill can be passed. (which will be less typically or some other pork added) #AmericanFreedompressAlliance #Reuters
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From: American Military News
More than 7,500 boots on display at Fort Bragg this month served as a temporary memorial to service members from all branches who have died since 9/11. #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #AmericanMilitaryNews #MemorialDay #FallenSoldiers #FortBragg
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From: Reuters
U.S. military families far unhappier with housing than landlords claim #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance#Reuters #SpecialReports‬ Base by base stats
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From: Center for Security Policy
“Not Today Sir”: Trump Builds U.S. Strategic Defenses Reagan Style, EMP-Proofing America - #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #CenterforSecurityPolicy #MaryFanning #AlanJones
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From: CBSNEWS
(5/21/2019)U.S. warplanes intercepted Russian bombers and fighter jets off the Alaskan coast for the second day in a row on Tuesday, the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) confirmed early Wednesday morning. The U.S.-Canadian airspace defense agency said two Russian bombers accompanied by two Su-35 fighter jets entered the Alaskan Air Defense Identification Zone (ADIZ) and were intercepted by two NORAD F-22s. #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #CBSNEWS
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From: Fox News
‪Marc Thiessen: Trump does not want war with Iran -- Here are the three things he does want #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #FoxNews‬
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From: USAToday
The Pentagon will further beef up its military assets in the Persian Gulf to counter what U.S. officials have called "credible" threats from Iran, President Donald Trump said #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #USAToday
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From: American Military News
President Donald Trump on Friday approved a deployment of 1,500 U.S. troops to the Middle East, and the Pentagon is expected to make a formal announcement later in the day. #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #AmericanMilitaryNews
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From: American Military News
The U.S. Air Force is investigating a fellow branch, the U.S. Navy, after “malware” spy software was sent by a Navy prosecutor to defense attorneys and the media in the case of Navy SEAL Chief Eddie Gallagher. #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #AmericanMilitaryNews
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From: APNews
Iran could rally regional proxies in case of war with the US #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #APNews
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From: Fox News
A U.S. Navy fleet sent to the Persian Gulf to ward off a potential threat to American commercial interests represents a target instead of a serious threat, a senior Iranian Revolutionary Guards commander said Sunday. The Pentagon on Friday announced plans to send the USS Arlington and the Patriot missile battery to the Middle East in an effort to deter actions from Iran. The maneuver came after national security adviser John Bolton said the U.S. was sending the USS Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group and a bomber task force to the U.S. Central Command region, which includes the Middle East. #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #FoxNews
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From: Associated Press
The United Arab Emirates said Sunday that four commercial ships off its eastern coast “were subjected to sabotage operations,” just hours after Iranian and Lebanese media outlets aired false reports of explosions at a nearby Emirati port.Emirati officials declined to elaborate on the nature of the sabotage or say who might have been responsible. However, the reported incident comes as the U.S. has warned ships that “Iran or its proxies” could be targeting maritime traffic in the region, and as America is deploying an aircraft carrier and B-52 bombers to the Persian Gulf to counter alleged threats from Tehran. #AmericanFreedomPRessALliance #AP
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From: Associated Press
A North Korean cargo ship seized by the U.S. because of suspicion it was used to violate international sanctions arrived at the capital of this American territory, where it will undergo inspections.The Wise Honest was slowly towed to the port of Pago Pago during a cloudy Saturday morning and docked at the main docking section of the port that afternoon.The trip from Indonesia took about three weeks and American Samoa, in the South Pacific, was chosen because of “its central strategic location,” U.S. Coast Guard public affairs officer Amanda Wyrick said. #AmericanFreedomPRessAlliance #AP
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From: FoxNews
Tensions escalated in the Middle East as Iran warned it could easily destroy a naval fleet sent by the United States in order to ward off a potential threat to American commercial interests.The regime relaxed constraints on its nuclear program in reaction to sanctions the administration applied in May as part of its plan to put a chokehold on the nation's crude oil exports. U.S. intelligence indicated that Iran considered military action and could close a waterway through which a hefty amount of the world's oil passes. #AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #FoxNews
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From: Reuters
Acting U.S. Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan made his second trip to the U.S.-Mexico border on Saturday as the Pentagon looks to develop a longer-term plan to support President Donald Trump’s immigration policies.#AmericanFreedomPressAlliance #Reuters #ILLEGALIMMIGRATION #SECURETHEBORDER
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From: Associated PressP
North Korea appears to have tested a new short-range missile — and President Donald Trump’s resolve to keep it from doing more of the same in the future.The test early Saturday was quickly played down by Trump and his top advisers, who noted it was not the kind of long-range missile leader Kim Jong Un has refrained from launching since 2017.But the sudden activity on the North’s east coast, complete with fiery photos of a purported bull’s eye out to sea, alarmed Washington’s regional allies and suggests that Kim’s missiles are improving even as the Trump administration wrestles with how to get him back to the negotiating table. #AmericanFreedomPRessAlliance #AP
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