“Airstrikes alone will not do this, not going to fix this, not going to save the town of Kobani,” the Pentagon Press Secretary said.
Approximately 100 marines are expected to arrive in Liberia Thursday evening to help resupply medical equipment and provide transportation to U.S. personnel.
The DoD issued a statement of correction after the top military brass leading the Ebola fight suggested that military personnel will be in direct contact with victims.
The White House has stated this week that a travel ban from infected regions would not be useful in the fight against the disease which has ravaged much of West Africa
Recent news of incursions by the Taliban in the Helmand and Nuristan provinces might have been a result of misinformation, says Gen. Campbell.
Obama said the agreement “reflects our continued commitment to support the new Afghan Unity Government.”
Pentagon Spokesman, Col. Steve Warren said he was unaware who may have conducted the airstrikes which reportedly targeted the Islamic State
“I would think in terms of years,” Mayville said.
Pentagon Press Secretary Kirby said training will focus on “basic” military skills, focusing on organizational leadership and equipment proficiency.
“It’s important to remember the mission, the mission is to do some training, to build these units, and do some logistics, some transport, the movement of material,” Kirby said. “It is not to treat.”