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Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Joseph Dunford announced the plan on Tuesday, and the US is already speaking with potential partners.
Trump says tanker attacks aren’t worth a fight with Iran as the US military prepares for confrontation
The president broke with his advisers, as well as his military and diplomatic teams, telling reporters that the recent string of attacks are "minor."
The US military just released nearly a dozen photos that it alleges point to Iran's culpability in the latest tanker attacks.
The US drone reportedly spotted Iranian vessels closing on the two tankers before it was fired upon.
An oddly-placed mine suggests Iran may have been purposefully pulling its punches in the tanker attacks so far
The perpetrator seems to be going out of their way to threaten shipping and shock oil markets without triggering a full-scale military retaliation.
The president doubled down on accusations that Iran was behind the attacks on two tankers, pointing to evidence released by the US military.
Oil is being propped up by Middle East tensions after the US used video to blame Iran for tanker attacks
Oil prices on Friday were pushed and pulled between competing drivers of Iran tensions and a supply glut.
The US Air Force wants more tankers to make sure that it can bring its top assets, such as stealth fighters and heavy bombers, to a fight should a conflict arise with China in the Pacific, senior leadership revealed recently.
The Air Force expects the first delivery from its struggling tanker program this year — but major defects still aren’t fixed
The KC-46's years-long development has been stymied by problems.