The US Navy’s Pacific Fleet has sent the first two MQ-4C Triton unmanned aerial vehicles to Guam, where they will greatly enhance the Pentagon’s surveillance capabilities in the Western Pacific and East Asia.
News of a deadly new coronavirus outbreak in China sent shocks through the global economy, with US stocks tumbling as investors anticipated a global slowdown in trade as travel restrictions increase.
According to data released by the US Air Forces Central Command (AFCENT) on Monday, the US dropped more bombs and other munitions on Afghanistan in 2019 than in any year since records began in 2006. This follows news that the same was true of Somalia last year.
A Florida man has been arrested after he allegedly pointed lasers at planes attempting to land at Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport in Sarasota, Florida.
Around 800,000 Indian men and women have registered on the extramarital dating application Gleeden, with many signing up in the first week of January.
The US in December 2019 rushed counter-measures against the Russian-European gas pipeline, and although one contractor, Swiss-based Allseas Group S.A., suspended its work following the move, the pipeline will nonetheless be operational in 2021 at the latest, Russian President Vladimir Putin stated.
A 60-year-old Australian woman suffered a seizure and died while participating in a cake-eating contest to celebrate Australia Day on Sunday.
The US Marine Corps is now operating both F-35B and F-35C squadrons following the arrival of the first aircraft carrier variant of the fighter jet to the service last week and has officially begun its transition away from the F/A-18 Hornet.