My Lai massacre: Over 500 innocent villagers, including women and children, were slaughtered by US troops on March 16, 1968
In a gruesome violence against innocent Vietnamese villagers perpetrated by US troops. 182 women, 173 children and a total of 504 people were killed in the village of My Lai on March 16, 1968.
The US officials have said there was no damage at any government facility and that there was no indication the target was the consulate building, which is new and currently unoccupied.
‘That dementia-ridden piece of crap killed my son’: Mother of US marine, killed in Kabul terror attack, slams President Joe Biden
US marine Ryle McCollum's mother Kathy McCollum said that Joe Biden does not know he lives in White House and thinks he is still a senator
Kabul airport attack: Local Afghans accuse US forces of firing at them in panic, resulting in multiple casualties
On Thursday (August 26), bomb blasts inside Hamid Karzai international airport in Afghan’s capital Kabul killed more than 100 people, including 13 US troops, disrupting the ongoing Afghan evacuation of tens of thousands of stranded civilians.
US Army General has a meltdown after being questioned by Twitter user, netizens accuse him of trying to crush their free speech right
US Army Major General Patrick Donahoe was riled up after a Twitter user cornered him on suicide deaths in the Department of Defense.
US Army issued apology after its soldiers accidentally raided a olive oil factory during a training session in Bulgaria
His mental, physical condition can’t be ignored: Former military officers question legitimacy of Joe Biden’s victory, ability to lead
124 retired US military leaders have written letter questioning legitimacy of the 2020 United States Presidential election and victory of Joe Biden
The United States to move troops from Europe to counter the Chinese threat to India and Southeast Asia
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that the increasing Chinese aggression in the region was one of the main reasons why they decided to move the troops closer to India and Southeast Asia.
‘Social media literacy is national security’: US Chief of Naval Operations raises privacy concerns over Chinese app TikTok
Raising apprehensions on the privacy of the Chinese app users, the US Navy Chief of Information stated that one needn't be a think tank expert to understand how important it has always been for the Chinese government to have control over information.