In an attempt to justify the debacle President Biden created in his withdrawal from Afghanistan, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin and Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman Gen. Mark Milley will testify on September 28 before the Senate Armed Services Committee. Gen. Milley will also be questioned about his widely-reported telephone calls
President Joe Biden’s top military adviser declined to comment Wednesday on the president’s mental capacity, and that might have been one of the nicer things
Gen. Mark Milley said Tuesday that the threat of al-Qaeda flourishing in Afghanistan and attempting to attack the US in the wake of its withdrawal is a 'very real possibility.'
Lawmakers will get their long-awaited chance Tuesday to grill Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin and Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen. Mark A. Milley for the first time since the disastrous U.S. exit from Afghanistan, with key senators in both parties signaling that the two men will face a steady stream of tough questions.
US troops left Afghanistan in August after the capital, Kabul, fell once more to Taliban militants.
Top Pentagon leaders appear before the Senate Armed Services Committee on Tuesday amid sharp criticism of the chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan.
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, Gen. Mark Milley, and Gen. Kenneth McKenzie will be grilled by lawmakers Tuesday morning, the first time since the completion of the U.S. troop withdrawal from Afghanistan.
Embattled Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley is appearing in front of Congress Tuesday — to face one of the most contentious hearings in memory over the botched Afghanistan withdrawal that led to the deaths of 13 US service members in its final days. Milley, 63, is one of the top
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Co-author of the new book “Peril” Robert Costa discusses Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mark Milley addressing the allegations made in Costa’s book with Bob Woodward for the first time on Capitol Hill
In some cases, the answers were surprising. In other cases, the answers were surprising only in hearing top U.S. military leaders state publicly what already
Despite 20 years of U.S. operations in Afghanistan and close collaboration with the Afghan government and security forces, the Taliban recaptured the country—including the capital,