The operation targeted a dinner meeting of jihadists in the village of Jakara.
Gaining the release of Tice, who disappeared in 2012, would be a significant foreign policy victory for Trump.
El Shafee Elsheikh and Alexanda Kotey are two of four men dubbed “the Beatles” by the hostages they held captive.
The two attacks are estimated to have killed more than 1,400 people, including children.
On August 14, 2012, at a checkpoint outside Damascus, Austin Tice disappeared.
The nature of the new threat posed by ISIS that triggered this U.S. response was not described.
President Donald Trump said on "Fox & Friends" Tuesday that he wanted to "take out" Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
Col. Wayne Marotto tweeted that the incident was not the result of hostile activity.
U.S. officials said a Russian vehicle sideswiped a light-armored U.S. military vehicle, injuring four Americans.
U.S. troops were injured after a Russian vehicle hit a U.S. convoy, the White House's National Security Council confirmed.
A Coast Guard officer has been identified as one of two service members who died Friday in the crash of a T-6B Texan II...
Clint Lorance hopes to revamp the military justice system that convicted him of war crimes.
The company produce garments for the Navy and the Army.
The second person killed in a military plane that crashed in Alabama on Friday was a Navy instructor pilot, officials...
The crash came less than a week after the Navy closed out the fiscal year without a single aviation-related fatality.