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Iran Strike Indications Rise For Israel, US Forces In Middle East

As the COVID-19 virus hammers Iran, killing senior government officials and at least several thousand citizens, Israel may be readying for a confrontation, even as the US signals that it is ready to act against Iranian forces on Iranian soil, should it be necessary.

Air Force base on Guam in midst of $260 million upgrades to sustain 'critical missions'

The Air Force is building more than $260 million worth of new facilities on Guam to support its largest aircraft, including transports, tankers and B-52 bombers, according to military officials.

Philippine rebels declare cease-fire to heed UN chief's call

Communist guerrillas in the Philippines said Wednesday they would observe a cease-fire in compliance with the U.N. chief's call for a global halt in armed clashes during the coronavirus pandemic.

In pandemic, rumors of martial law fly despite reassurances

Millions of Americans have been ordered to stay home. Businesses and schools are shuttered. And National Guard units have been activated in more than half the states.

Coronavirus Spreads On U.S. Navy Ship In Pacific Ocean

Three sailors aboard Navy vessel USS Theodore Roosevelt have tested positive for the coronavirus, the first confirmed cases on a deployed ship, Navy officials said Tuesday – and despite 5,000 sailors living and working in tight quarters onboard, the Navy will not pull the ship from deployment.

Space Force set for first launch Thursday as national security missions take top priority during coronavirus

The U.S. Space Force is moving ahead with a crucial national security launch Thursday that remains on track, even as installations around the country move to telework due to the coronavirus outbreak.