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AI 'Terminator' Arms to Be Developed by 'Someone' - US General

An artificially intelligent, autonomous Terminator killing machine that excludes or absolves human decision-makers of responsibility will likely be developed, US Joint Chiefs of Staff Vice Chair Gen. Paul Silva said on Thursday.

US Continues to Support Both Turkish, Kurdish Allies Amid Jarabulus Op - General

The US military continues supporting both its Turkish and Kurdish allies as operations to rid the Turkish-Syrian border city of Jarabulus of Daesh terrorists continue, Joint Chiefs of Staff Vice Chairman Gen. Paul Selva said on Thursday.

Why Pentagon Accuses Russia of 'Undermining' NATO Alliance

Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Joseph Dunford has pointed the finger of blame at Russia for what he called the attempts to "undermine" the NATO alliance during his speech at the National Defense University.

John W. Vessey Jr., who chaired the Joint Chiefs of Staff in the 1980s, dies at 94

He later worked on POW/MIA matters in Vietnam, helping set groundwork for normalization of relations.

Colin Powell told Clinton he used private email at State

Powell, a retired Army general and former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said he used a secure computer on his desk at the State Department to manage classified information. Powell issued the statement after veteran political...Show More Summary

GEN John W. Vessey Passes

GEN John W. Vessey, US Army (Ret), has died.  He was 94. Vessey was the 10th Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, serving in that capacity from 1982-1985.  As CJCS, he oversaw the peak of the Reagan military revival.  US success in both Gulf Wars can be traced to changes in the US military […]

Former Joint Chiefs chairman Gen. John W. Vessey Jr. dies at 94

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Retired Army Gen. John W. Vessey, who served as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff under President Ronald Reagan, has died.

Former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General John Vessey Dies Aged 94

"He never strayed from his morals or values or faith and he was an extraordinary patriot"

Iran, Iraq Should Set Up Joint Border Committees to Boost Security

Iran and Iraq should create joint border committees in order to strengthen regional security, Iranian Armed Forces chief of staff, Maj. Gen. Mohammad Hossein Baqeri, said Thursday.

Former Joint Chiefs of Staff Dempsey Blasts Retired Generals Speaking at Conventions

Martin Dempsey didn’t pull punches on retired U.S. generals speaking at political party conventions, per The Hill: “The military is not a political prize,” Dempsey wrote in a letter to the Washington Post Sunday. “Politicians should take the advice of senior military leaders but keep them off the stage. The American people should not wonder where […]

Ankara and Washington: Temporary Chill or Bridges Burned Down?

On Monday, Washington’s Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Joseph Dunford met with Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim. Radio Sputnik discussed the rendezvous with Turkish journalist Kemal Okuyan: are Washington and Ankara making first steps to restore ties following the failed coup in Turkey?

Pyongyang Carries Out Over 30 Ballistic Tests Under Kim Jong Un

North Korea has carried out more than 30 ballistic tests under the country's current leader Kim Jong Un, the South Korean Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) said Wednesday.

S. Korea says N. Korea has fired ballistic missile into the sea

Joint Chiefs of Staff said in a statement that the missile was launched toward the waters off the North's east coast

Seoul says North Korea has fired a ballistic missile into the sea

South Korea's military says North Korea has fired a ballistic missile into the sea. The Joint Chiefs of Staff said in a statement that the missile was launched toward the waters off the North's east coast. North Korea routinely conducts missile and other weapons tests, but Wednesday's launch came...

The US is underestimating the one thing that could destroy its relationship with Turkey

Turkey's president on Tuesday accused the West of "supporting terror and standing by" those who plotted last month's attempted coup, just 24 hours after the chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff traveled to Ankara in an attempt to...Show More Summary

Top US General Tries to Smooth Turkey Tensions After Failed Coup

With Turkey still reeling from last month’s failed coup attempt, the chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff met with American troops and Turkish officials at Incirlik Air Base.

U.S. joint chiefs chairman visits Turkey with anti-coup message

WASHINGTON — The chairman of the joint chiefs of staff is visiting Turkey to address U.S. troops and meet senior Turkish military officials. It's the most senior visit by an American official since last month's failed coup attempt. Continue reading ? The post U.S. joint chiefs chairman visits Turkey with anti-coup message appeared first on PBS NewsHour.

Head of US Joint Chiefs of Staff Arrives at Turkish Incirlik Airbase

US Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen. Joseph Dunford arrived at the Turkish southern Incirlik airbase on Monday, local private broadcaster NTV reported.

Top US General Rushes to Turkey Amid Accusations US Plotted Coup

A top American general, Joint Chief of Staff chairman Joseph Dunford, is rushing to Turkey on an unexpected visit, after President Erdogan’s allies directly accused the US of being behind the failed coup attempt in the country and have begun purging members of the Turkish military with ties to the United States.

Cooperation with Russia in Syria would ensure U.S. operational security

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said on Monday any military cooperation with Russia in Syria would include measures to ensure U.S. operational security.

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