Jake Harriman began developing his ideas on what defeats extremists and what doesn't during four combat tours in Iraq and southwest Asia.
The blast was powerful enough to shatter building windows nearby.
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During four hard combat tours as a Marine commander, Jake Harriman began to understand why the United States is failing to eradicate violent Islamic extremism. Individual heroics and immense sacrifice...
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NATO has asked Australia for additional resources.
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In July 2013, Spc. Hilda Clayton was killed in Afghanistan while photographing a live-fire training exercise for the U.S. Army. Now the Army has released her final photo, taken just before she was kil...
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The Prime Minister thanked servicemen and women for their contribution to Australia.
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At least 140 Afghan soldiers were killed by Taliban attackers apparently disguised in military uniforms, officials said on Saturday, in what would be the deadliest attack ever on an Afghan military ba...
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They dispatched the carrier strike force toward North Korea. They launched the cruise missiles at Syria. But the U.S. military, stung when it was sent to war before without a clear plan and then blame...
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More people are using Google to look up the phrase "World War 3" than ever before, the online giant has revealed. Searches for the terms "Trump War" and "Nuclear War" have also soared during the past...
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KABUL, April 14 (Reuters) - As many as 36 suspected Islamic State militants were killed in Afghanistan when the United States dropped "the mother of all bombs," its largest non-nuclear device ever unl...
It’s never been used in combat before.
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'Our forces are there and there is heavy fighting.'
At least four people, including two civilians, have been killed.
In late January, a group of young women aged 14 to 20 gathered on a snowy hilltop overlooking Kabul, Afghanistan, where they meet each week no matter the weather. Photographer Wakil Kohsar chronicled...
They've killed at least 119 people in recent days.