The Pentagon has paused its training in the U.S. with Saudi nationals until officials conduct a thorough review.
A safety stand-down and operational pause began Monday for some 175 Saudi Arabian students at Naval Air Stations Pensacola.
His remarks come after a Saudi officer trainee killed three sailors in a Pensacola classroom building.
"[Do I] have reservations about sending Marines or service members to other countries [like] Saudi Arabia? No, not at all."
Lawmakers called on Defense Secretary Mark Esper to clarify the Pentagon's plans.
B-1B Lancers have returned stateside after a short trip to Saudi Arabia's Prince Sultan Air Base.
B-1B Lancer bombers landed in Saudi Arabia this week, marking a surprise return of the long-range bombers to the Middle East.
"Do not mistake our restraint for weakness," Defense Secretary Mark Esper said.
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Defense Secretary Mark Esper has also put an unspecified number of U.S. troops on "Prepare To Deploy Orders."
The Marine Corps identified the two Marines who lost their lives as Lance Cpl. Jonathan Gierke and Pfc. Zachary Riffle.
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As a show of alliance unity, the Truman strike group will sail under NATO control as the centerpiece of Neptune Strike '22.
Supporters of the bill touted it as a common sense measure that will help ease the transition to civilian life.
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