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Coalition Strikes Target ISIS Terrorists in Syria, Iraq - U.S. and coalition military forces continued to attack the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria yesterday, conducting 65 strikes consisting of 76 engagements, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials reported today.

Pentagon Provides Update on Hurricane Irma Relief Operations - The Defense Department has initiated operations in Florida in response to Hurricane Irma and also continued response operations in the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico, according to a DoD statement issued today.

Almost 10K Total Army Personnel Engaged in Irma Response - The Total Army, which includes active duty, Reserve, and Army National Guard personnel, remains involved in or prepared to support state, territory and other federal agencies as part of Hurricane Irma relief operations, Army spokesman Col. Patrick Seiber said yesterday.

Mattis, Dunford Honor Pentagon Fallen, Survivors, Families 16 Years After 9/11 - During a Pentagon remembrance today on the 16th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Marine Corps Gen. Joe Dunford honored those who died, the survivors and the families left behind.

The Nation Grieves With 9/11 Survivors, Trump Tells Pentagon Victims Families - When the United States came under attack on Sept. 11, 2001, Americans turned their sorrow into an unstoppable resolve to achieve justice in the names of the fallen, President Donald J. Trump said at this mornings Pentagon 9/11 Memorial observance

UN Promotes Online Literacy in Digital World - New technologies open opportunities to improve lives and connect globally, but they can also marginalize those who are illiterate and lack other essential skills needed to navigate them, a senior United Nations official today said, highlighting that some 750 million adults worldwide are not literate.

UN Chief Sends Condolences and Offers Help After Earthquake in Mexico - Secretary-General Guterres has offered his condolences to the Government and people of Mexico and said the United Nations stands ready to provide support, should it be requested.

DoD Continues Hurricane Irma Response Operations - The Defense Department is well-postured for Hurricane Irma response operations in Florida with maritime and air-ground assets, as the department also continues its response operations throughout the U.S. Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico and other Caribbean locales, DoD spokesman Army Lt. Col. Jamie Davis said today in a statement.

President Urges Vigilance as Irma Approaches Southern Florida - As Hurricane Irma continues to approach the coast of southern Florida today the federal government is working with state and local agencies to help save lives, protect families, and assist those in need, President Donald J. Trump said yesterday as part of his weekly address to the nation.

Colorado Air National Guard Sends Commo Unit for Irma Response - A special communications section of the Colorado Air National Guard is staging to Mississippi to assist civilian authorities in areas impacted by Hurricane Irma.

Army Assets Ready to Respond to Hurricane Irma - More than 7,400 Army personnel, including active duty, reserve and National Guard soldiers, as well as U.S. Army Corps of Engineers civilian members are involved in or prepared to support state, local and territory agencies or other federal agencies.

Syrian Regime Forces Pass Stranded ISIS Convoy - At approximately 7 a.m. Greenwich Mean Time today, the front line of Syrian pro-regime forces advanced past the convoy carrying Islamic State of Iraq and Syria terrorists and noncombatants in the eastern Syrian desert.

Continued Risk of Catastrophic Damage as Irma Traverses Path of Destruction - Hurricane Irma continues to wreak havoc in the Caribbean, leaving a trail of destruction in its wake, the United Nations humanitarian wing said today, warning that areas along its path continue to remain at risk of significant damage.

DoD Responding to Catastrophic Destruction in Caribbean - The Defense Department is responding to catastrophic levels of destruction throughout the Leeward Islands, including the islands of St. Thomas and St. John in the U.S. Virgin Islands, DoD spokesman Army Lt. Col. Jamie Davis said today in a statement.

UN Supporting Relief Efforts as Hurricane Irma Threatens 50 Million People - United Nations agencies are supporting relief efforts in the wake of Hurricane Irma, which has already wreaked havoc on Antigua and Barbuda and other Caribbean islands and is en route towards the United States.

California Guard Heads Out to Fight Fires, Assist With Hurricane Irma - California Guard helping out in time of crisis.

Northcom Begins Support for Hurricane Irma - U.S. Northern Command began supporting the Federal Emergency Management Agencys Hurricane Irma response today as the amphibious assault ship USS Wasp arrived in the U.S. Virgin Islands.

UN Sending Supplies to Hurricane Irma Survivors - If Irma stays on its current track as a category 5 hurricane, it will bring devastating damage within hours to parts of the Caribbean, affecting the lives of hundreds of thousands of children, the United Nations Childrens Fund today cautioned.

U.S., Japanese Defense Leaders Condemn North Korean Nuke Test - Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and Japanese Defense Minister Itsunori Onodera discussed North Koreas Sept. 2 test of a nuclear device in a telephone conversation yesterday, chief Pentagon spokesperson Dana W. White said.

National Guardsmen Ready for Action as Hurricane Irma Slams Caribbean - Hurricane Irma, a monster storm packing winds up to 185 mph, is hovering over islands in the Eastern Caribbean as Florida National Guardsmen begin preparing for the storm to hit Florida and residents begin evacuating.

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