U.S. decision to pull out of the INF Treaty has raised Cold War-style fears among some allies.
The Pentagon’s logistics agency sent 799 pounds of turkey to the southern border in Texas for the holiday.
New White House order authorizes military personnel to protect Border Patrol personnel.
Confronted with criticism that he hasn’t visited U.S. forces deployed to combat zones, Trump has indicated that plans are being made.
The remarks about Adm. William H. McRaven come amid broader questions about the president’s relationship with the military.
The three-term senator acknowledged defeat after coming up some 10,000 votes short in a recount, giving the Republican governor a victory and increasing the GOP’s majority for next year.
The president called retired Adm. William H. McRaven a “Hillary Clinton fan” and an “Obama backer.”
The American sailor was onboard the KNM Helge Ingstad as part of an exchange program when it collided with an oil tanker.
Deputy Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan pushed back against Air Force analyses that put the cost at $13 billion over five years.
Leaders at the Pentagon have long cited North Korea's nuclear ambitions as one of the foremost threats to the United States.