It's still #Monday , so here's some #MondayMotivationMotivation for you. Soldiers with @25thinfantrydivision conduct a #livefireu #trainingexerciseddy-team at Al Asad#IraqAir Base, , Feb. 5, 2020. Video by Spc. Dere #Ready2Fight #BestoftheBestMustard
Iraqi border guards received newly issued equipment at Al Asad Air Base, Iraq. Coalition Forces provided supplies including ammunition, protective gear and new vehicles to help Iraqi security forces in their ongoing fight against Daesh. #OneMissionManyNations #DefeatDaesh
Recently, Task Force Viking conducted a transfer of authority at Al Asad Air Base. The incoming TF Viking ROTO 6 is a highly trained mechanized infantry unit from the Telemark Battalion, assigned to CJTF-OIR to train the Iraqi Security Forces@Forsvaret_no #DefeatDaesh
Iran’s ballistic missile attack on the Ain al-Asad air base in Iraq in January put a spotlight on U.S. military brain injuries and underscored how difficult it is for military doctors to quickly make a diagnosis and determine the extent of the damage.
‘Hit with a truck’: @Reuters investigates how brain injuries and anxiety swept the al-Asad air base after Iran’s retaliatory attack last month
More than 100 soldiers have been diagnosed with traumatic brain injuries in the wake of Iran’s attack on the al-Asad air base in Iraq. @Reuters has assembled the most comprehensive account so far of the nature of the soldiers’ injuries
Through interviews with officials, soldiers and brain-injury specialists, @Reuters has assembled the most comprehensive account so far of the nature of the soldiers’ injuries from Iran’s attack last month on the al-Asad air base in Iraq
Tehran had retaliated over the US killing of Iran’s most powerful general by bombarding the al-Asad air base in Iraq.
‘My head kinda felt like I got hit with a truck,’ U.S. Army Specialist Kimo Keltz told @Reuters in an interview from al-Asad air base in Iraq. More than 100 soldiers have been diagnosed with traumatic brain injuries in the wake of Iran’s attack on the base
. Melania and I were honored to visit our incredible troops at Al Asad Air Base in Iraq. GOD BLESS THE U.S.A.!
Iran launches missiles at U.S. military facilities in Iraq, @DavidMuir reports. A U.S. official confirms to ABC News that missiles were fired at multiple U.S. military facilities, including Erbil in the north and Al Asad Air Base in the west.
Footage broadcast on Iranian TV appears to show a number of missiles being fired into the sky, as well as explosions from missiles believed to be landing at Ain al-Asad air base in Iraq, which hosts U.S. forces. Follow our live blog for updates: