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Defense Secretary Mark Esper is downplaying any differences he had with the White House's assessment as to what caused the deadly explosion in Beirut after his speculation that the blast was likely the result of an accident drew push back from the White House.Devamı için tıklayın...Latest News
Defense Secretary Mark Esper is downplaying any differences he had with the White House's assessment as to what caused the deadly explosion in Beirut after his speculation that the blast was likely the result of an accident drew push back from the White House. Devamı için tıklayın...Latest News
The U.S. government will do everything it can to help the Lebanese people in the wake of Tuesday's massive explosion at a port in Beirut that killed more than 100 people and wounded thousands, Defense Secretary Mark Esper said Saturday night.Devamı için tıklayın...Latest News
Defense Secretary Mark Esper said Saturday that the United States will go down to below 5,000 troops in Afghanistan by the end of November.Devamı için tıklayın...Latest News
The massive explosion that tore through Beirut killed at least 135 people and left some 300,000 homelessDevamı için tıklayın...Latest News
Defense Secretary Mark Esper said Wednesday that "most believe" that the explosion in Beirut "was an accident, as reported," despite President Donald Trump's claim a day prior that it was an attack. Devamı için tıklayın...Latest News
Defense Secretary Mark Esper said Wednesday that "most believe" that the explosion in Beirut "was an accident, as reported," despite President Donald Trump's claim a day prior that it was an attack. Devamı için tıklayın...Latest News
In a reversal, the Pentagon is changing language used in a compulsory training program required of Defense Department personnel that referred to the news media as a potential insider threat and labeled news organizations as adversaries. Devamı için tıklayın...Latest News
President Donald Trump erupted late last week after Defense Secretary Mark Esper issued a new military-wide directive that was a de facto ban on the display of the Confederate flag. Devamı için tıklayın...Latest News
On Thursday, Mark Esper will have served exactly one year as secretary of defense but the last few months have been the toughest of his tenure as tensions with the White House have spilled out in public. Devamı için tıklayın...Latest News