Latest "war" stories
US Air Force’s view of ‘near-peer’ Russia unchanged by war in Ukraine
Russia’s failure to swiftly overrun Ukraine has shown Air Force Secretary Frank Kendall that Russia remains a “near-peer” nation.
By Rachel S. Cohen and Stephen Losey
Ukraine says it killed another high-ranking Russian military leader
Vitaliy Gerasimov, a major general of the Russian Army, “was eliminated” near Kharkiv, according to Ukraine’s defense intelligence directorate.
By Howard Altman
Around-the-clock NATO air patrols fly to keep Russia at bay
NATO has nearly doubled the usual number of military jets on alert across Europe.
Lviv is turning its factories into improvised weapon centers
Scores of residents assembled in Lviv’s picturesque old town square devising imaginative ways to defend their city. Some made camouflage nets for the military while others manufactured hundreds of Molotov cocktails.
By Askold Krushelnycky